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Time-enabled Geographical Information Systems (GIS) as a humanities research infrastructure in Europe.

Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference paper

Published

Publication date2010
Number of pages1
Original languageEnglish

Conference

Conference4th HERA Annual Conference, European diversities – European Identities, 1st European Conference for Collaborative Humanities Research
CityStrasbourg
Period8/10/089/10/08

Bibliographic note

The report [in which this was published]reflects the proceedings of the Conference, synthesising the presentations made at the four plenary sessions during the two days, in chronological order (I. Humanities Matter – Opening and Keynote Statements; II. Humanities are Changing – Young Scholars’ Visions: New Research Infrastructures; III. Europe Mobilises for the Humanities – Ways of Exploring the New Europe: Migrations/Minorities/Majorities; and IV. European Humanities Move – Perspectives on “Global Humanities”).