Maps have always been a fundamental tool in archaeological practice, and their prominence and variety have increased along with a growing range of digital technologies used to collect, visualise, query and analyse spatial data. However, unlike in other disciplines, the development of archaeological cartographical critique has been surprisingly slow; a missed opportunity given that archaeology, with its vast and multifaceted experience with space and maps, can significantly contribute to the field of critical mapping.
|Title of host publication||Re-Mapping Archaeology|
|Subtitle of host publication||Critical Perspectives, Alternative Mappings|
|Editors||Mark Gillings, Pirye Haciguzeller, Gary Lock|
|Place of Publication||Oxon & New York|
|Number of pages||33|
|Publication status||Published - 27 Jul 2018|
- Experimental mapping
- Contemporary Archaeology
- Landscape archaeology
Lee, D. (2018). Experimental Mapping in Archaeology: process, practice and archaeologies of the moment. In M. Gillings, P. Haciguzeller, & G. Lock (Eds.), Re-Mapping Archaeology: Critical Perspectives, Alternative Mappings (pp. 143-176). Routledge.