Mapping Across Academia

  • Stanley D. Brunn
  • Martin Dodge

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-x
  2. Mike J. Smith, James S. Griffiths
    Pages 23-44
  3. David T. Barnett, Catherine Jarnevich, Geneva W. Chong, Thomas J. Stohlgren, Sunil Kumar, Tracy Holcombe
    Pages 63-81
  4. J. Richard Gott III
    Pages 83-103
  5. Jane L. Garb
    Pages 105-121
  6. Jordan P. Harp, Walter M. High
    Pages 123-144
  7. James R. Carter
    Pages 145-167
  8. Lance A. Waller
    Pages 169-181
  9. Roland Kehrein
    Pages 183-208
  10. Edoardo Boria
    Pages 223-257
  11. Ann Kingsolver, Manuel Boissière, Michael Padmanaba, Ermayanti Sadjunin, Sasikumar Balasundaram
    Pages 305-322
  12. Lillian I. Larsen, with Cartography by Steve Benzek
    Pages 323-347
  13. Lou Cabeen
    Pages 349-373
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 389-394

About this book


This book addresses the role and importance of space in the respective fields of the social sciences and the humanities. It discusses how map representations and mapping processes can inform ongoing intellectual debates or open new avenues for scholarly inquiry within and across disciplines, including a wide array of significant developments in spatial processes, including the Internet, global positioning system (GPS), affordable digital photography and mobile technologies. Last but not least it reviews and assesses recent research challenges across disciplines that enhance our understanding of spatial processes and mapping at scales ranging from the molecular to the galactic.


Applied spatial analysis Interdisciplinary Holistic research Mapping Space Spatial processes

Editors and affiliations

  • Stanley D. Brunn
    • 1
  • Martin Dodge
    • 2
  1. 1.University of Kentucky Dept. GeographyLexingtonUSA
  2. 2.Geography, School of Environment and DevUniversity of ManchesterManchesterUnited Kingdom

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