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Patricia Murrieta-Flores1, Ian Gregory1, Raquel Liceras-Garrido1, Katherine Bellamy1, Bruno Martins2
1Digital Humanities Hub-Department of History, Lancaster University, United Kingdom; 2Computer Science and Engineering Department of IST, University of Lisbon, Portugal
This session is concerned with the use of Spatial Technologies in Humanities research, aiming to explore and discuss modern geospatial techniques and their contributions to Humanities, as well as the theoretical background behind them. Therefore, the session has three interconnected objectives. Firstly, it will carry out an overall examination of current geospatial technologies, methods and approaches in the Digital Humanities. Secondly, it will aim to look at different ways of visualising and understanding data within a spatial environment. Bringing the first two aims together, the final aspect of the session will be concerned with the discussion of the theoretical underpinnings of spatial technologies and their use in Humanities research.