27 Sep The Emerging Role of Geomedia in the Environmental Humanities
The Emerging Role of Geomedia in the Environmental Humanities, edited by Mark Terry and Michael Hewson, provides the latest scholarship on the various methods and approaches being used by environmental humanists to incorporate geomedia into their research and analyses. Chapters in the book examine such applications as geographic information systems, global positioning systems, geo-doc filmmaking, and related geo-locative systems all being used as new technologies of research and analysis in investigations in the environmental humanities. The contributors also explore how these new methodologies impact the production of knowledge in this field of study as well as promote the impact of First Nation people’s perspectives.
Mark Terry is contract faculty professor in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University.
Michael Hewson is senior lecturer in geography at Central Queensland University.