Open Geospatial Humanities aims to encourage open method and practice in archaeology and closely aligned disciplines, and seeks to promote geospatial perspectives in scholarship.
Pedro P. Palazzo deposited GIS-Assisted Identification Of Historic Districts: A Conceptual Model Case Study In Planaltina, Brazil in the group Open Geospatial Humanities on Humanities Commons 4 months ago
Georeferencing and digital databases are being used increasingly as tools for the identification, visualization, and management of cultural heritage sites. Likewise, typological models are useful for classifying buildings and structuring knowledge about historic urban districts. The merging of these two approaches provides increased spatial…[Read more]
The morphology of the traditional Portuguese town arises in the Middle Ages and is similar, in its formation, to most Western European town-making processes spurred by defensive and commercial needs. The traditional Portuguese town supports a single base building typology for private use, which remained relatively stable from the sixteenth to the…[Read more]
Bill Pascoe deposited Mapping Meaning: learnings from indigenous mapping technology for Australia’s digital humanities mapping infrastructure in the group Open Geospatial Humanities on Humanities Commons 1 year, 3 months ago
Time Layered Cultural Map (TLCMap) is an ambitious, ARC funded, digital humanities mapping infrastructure initiative in Australia. TLCMap infrastructure is for everyone, but the inspiration, conception and development of it has always had Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander mapping at its heart. If Australian culture is world famous for anything…[Read more]