Gregory, Ian N. and Alistair Geddes. Toward Spatial Humanities: Historical GIS & Spatial History (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2014).
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Table of Contents
Introduction: From Historical GIS to Spatial Humanities: Deepening Scholarship and Broadening Technology by Ian N. Gregory and Alistair Geddes
Part 1: Deepening Scholarship: Developing Historiography Through Spatial History
1. Railways and Agriculture in France and Great Britain, 1850-1914 by Robert M. Schwartz and Thomas Thevenin
2. The Development, Persistence, and Change of Racial Segregation in U.S. Urban Areas, 1880-2010 by Andrew A. Beveridge
3. Troubled Geographies: A Historical GIS of Religion, Society, and Conflict in Ireland since the Great Famine by Niall Cunningham
Part 2: Broadening Technology: Applying GIS to New Sources and Disciplines
4. Applying Historical GIS beyond the Academy: Four Use Cases for the Great Britain HGIS by Humphrey R. Southall
5. The Politics of Territory in Song Dynasty China, 960-1276 CE by Elijah Meeks and Ruth Mostern
6. Mapping the City in Film by Julia Hallam and Les Roberts
7. Conclusions: From Historical GIS to Spatial Humanities: Challenges and Opportunities by Ian N. Gregory and Alistair Geddes
8. Further Reading: From Historical GIS to Spatial Humanities: An Evolving Literature by Ian N. Gregory