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272 Pages | 49 black & white illustrations, 1 graph

9.2 x 6.1 inches

ISBN: 9781526122537


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Time for mapping

Cartographic temporalities

First Edition

Edited by Chris Perkins, Sybille Lammes, Alex Gekker, Sam Hind, Clancy Wilmott, and Daniel Evans

Published by Manchester University Press

  • Digital mapping is a big growth area - more than 1bn people use the Google map app every month - and competition is fierce
  • Brings together critical voices writing about digital mapping and temporality, an emerging, largely unquestioned relationship and crucial dynamic in daily life, which is gaining interest in academia
  • Challenges social sciences' and humanities' preoccupations with spatiality
  • Re-thinks temporality in the digital age, exploring multiple aspects of time and digital mapping, serving as a departure point and touchstone for further work on these themes
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