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HyperCities

Thick Mapping in the Digital Humanities

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$29.00 • £23.95 • €26.00

ISBN 9780674725348

Publication Date: 07/07/2014

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216 pages

5-1/2 x 8-1/4 inches

75 color illustrations

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  • Preface
  • Lexicon
    • 1. HyperCities
    • 2. Thick Mapping
    • 3. Digital Humanities
  • The Humanities in the Digital Humanities
    • HyperCities: A Very Brief History
    • Thick Mapping in the Digital Humanities
  • Windows
    • Los Angeles Ghost Maps
    • PDub Productions: Mapping HiFi
  • The View from Above / Below
    • Toward a Media Archaeology of Google Earth
    • Counter-Mapping
    • Georeferencing: “It is turtles all the way down”
  • Windows
    • Rome: Jumping Over the Line
    • Mapping the 2009 Election Protests in Tehran
  • Mapping Events / Mapping Social Media
    • Participatory Digital Humanities
    • On the Event: HyperCities Now (Egypt, Libya, Japan)
  • Gallery: A Journey through Tohoku, Japan
  • Endnotes
  • Acknowledgments
  • Credits

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