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Adams, Tracey. “Making a Living: African Canadian Workers in London, Ontario, 1861-1901.” Labour/Le Travail 67 (2011): 9-43.

Aitken, Stuart C.; and Deborah P. Dixon. “Avarice and Tenderness in Cinematic Landscapes of the American West.” In Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place, ed. Michael Dear, Jim Ketchum, Sarah Luria, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): 196-205.

Akgüngör, Sedef, et.al. “The Effect of Railway Expansion on Population in Turkey, 1856-2000.” Journal of Interdisciplinary Study 42 (2011): 135-157.

Algeo, Katie; Ann Epperson; and Matthew Brunt. “Historical GIS as a Platform for Public Memory at Mammoth Cave National Park.” International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research 2 (2011): 19-37.

Al-Kodmany, Kheir. “E-Community Participation: Communicating Spatial Planning and Design Using Web-Based Maps.” In Socio-Economic Applications of Geographic Information Science, ed. David Kidner, Gary Higgs, and Sean White (New York: Taylor and Francis, 2003): 69-92.

Allen, Andrew G. “Post Offices as a Measure of Nebraska’s Settlement Frontier.” M.A. Thesis, University of Nebraska, 2006.

Allen, Kathleen M.S.; Stanton W. Green; Ezra B.W. Zubrow. Interpreting Space: GIS and Archaeology (New York: Taylor & Francis, 1990).

Allen, Kathleen M. Sydoriak. “Modelling Early Historic Trade in the Eastern Great Lakes Using Geographic Information Systems.” In Interpreting Space: GIS and Archaeology, ed. Kathleen M.S. Allen, Stanton W. Green, and Ezra B.W. Zubrow (New York: Taylor and Francis, 1990): 319-329.

Allen, Robert C. “Getting to ‘Going to the Show’.” In Locating the Moving Image: New Approaches to Film and Place, eds. Julia Hallam and Les Roberts (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2014): 31-43.

Al-Taha, Khaled K.; Richard T. Snodgrass; and Michael D. Soo. “Bibliography on Spatiotemporal Databases.” International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 8 (1994): 95-103.

Alvarez, Eduard; Xavi Franch; and Jordi Marti-Henneberg. “Evolution of the Territorial Coverage of the Railway Network and its Influence on Population Growth: The Case of England and Wales, 1871-1931.” Historical Methods 46 (2013): 175-191.

Alves, Daniel and Ana Isabel Queiroz. “Studying Urban Space and Literary Representations Using GIS: Lisbon, Portugal, 1852-2009.” Social Science History 37.4 (2013): 457-481.

Alves, Daniel. “Guest Editor’s Introduction: Digital Methods and Tools for Historical Research.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 8.1 (2014): 1-12.

Alves, Daniel. “Using a GIS to Reconstruct the Nineteenth Century Lisbon Parishes.” In Humanities, Computers and Cultural Heritage: Proceedings of the XVIth International Conference of the Association for History and Computing (Amsterdam: Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2005): 12-17.

Andrienko, G. and K. Andrienko. “Exploring Spatial Data with Dominant Attribute Map and Parallel Coordinates.” Computers Environment and Urban Systems 25 (2001): 5-15.

Annals of GIS, vol. 18(1), 2012.

Arakawa, Fumiyasu and Christopher Nicholson. “Prehistoric Resource Procurement in the Central Mesa Verde Region: A Study of Human Mobility and Social Interactions Using GIS.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 3 (2009): 85-100.

Armstrong, D.; M. Hauser; D. Knight and; S. Lenik. “Variation in Venues of Slavery and Freedom: Interpreting the Late Eighteenth-Century Cultural Landscape of St. John, Danish West Indies Using an Archaeological GIS.” International Journal of Historical Archaeology 13(2009): 94-111.

Asensio, Esther Pérez; Isabel del Bosque González; and Roberto Maestre Martínez. “Modelling and Implementation of a Spatio-temporal Historic GIS.” Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology (June 2012): 147-189.

Atack, Jeremy; Fred Bateman; Michael Haines; and Robert A. Margo. “Did Railroads Induce or Follow Economic Growth?: Urbanization and Population Growth in the American Midwest, 1850-1860.” Social Science History 34 (2010): 171-197.

Atack, Jeremy. “On the Use of Geographic Information Systems in Economic History: The American Transportation Revolution Revisited.” The Journal of Economic History 73.2 (2013): 313-338.

Atack, J. “Historical GIS: Technologies, Methodologies and Scholarship.” Economic History Review 62 (2009): 781-782.

Ayers, Edward L. “Mapping Time.” In Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place, ed. Michael Dear, Jim Ketchum, Sarah Luria, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): 215-225.

Ayers, Edward L; Robert K. Nelson; and C. Scott Nesbit. “Maps of Change: A Brief History of the American Historical Atlas.” In History and GIS: Epistemologies, Considerations and Reflections, ed. Alexander Von Luenen and Charles Travis (New York: Springer, 2013): 195-210.

Ayers, Edward L. “Turning Toward Place, Space, and Time.” In The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship, ed. David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, and Trevor M. Harris. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010): 1-13.

Ayhan, Irem. and K. Mert Cubukcu. “Explaining Historical Urban Development Using the Locations of Mosques: A GIS/Spatial Statistics-Based Approach.” Applied Geography 30 (2010): 229-238.

Bailey T.J. and J.B.M. Schick. “Historical GIS: Enabling the Collision of History and Geography.” Social Science Computer Review 27 (2009): 291-296.

Baker, Alan R.H. Geography and History: Bridging the Divide (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2003).

Baker, Alan R.H. “On the Relations of History and Geography.” Historically Speaking 5 (2004): 27-29.

Baker, Alexi. “’Vernacular GIS: Mapping Early Modern Geography and Socioeconomics.” In History and GIS: Epistemologies, Considerations and Reflections, ed. Alexander Von Lünen and Charles Travis (New York: Springer, 2013): 89-110.

Bartley, Ken and Bruce M.S. Campbell. “Inquisitiones Post Mortem, GIS, and the Creation of a Land-Use Map of Medieval England.” Transactions in GIS 2 (1997): 333-346.

Baten, Jörg. “Economic Aspects of Automated Mapping at the Historian’s Workbench” in Coordinates for Historical Maps: A Workshop of the Association for History and Computing, European University Institute, 13th/14th May 1994, ed. Michael Goerke. (St. Katharinen: Max-Planck-Institut fuer Geschichte, 1994): 146-155.

Beard, Colleen, Daniel Macfarlane, and Jim Clifford. “Mapping the Welland Canals and the St. Lawrence Seaway with Google Earth.” In Historical GIS Research in Canada, eds. Jennifer Bonnell and Marcel Fortin. (Calgary, Alberta.: University of Calgary Press, 2014): 27-42.

Beard, Colleen. “Using Google Earth Technologies to Enhance Digital Map Collections: Visualizing the Historic Welland Canals.” Association of Canadian Map Libraries and Archives Bulletin 140 (2012): 32-38.

Benenson, Itzhak. “Agent-Based Modeling: From Individual Residential Choice to Urban Residential Dynamics,” in Spatially Integrated Social Science, eds. Michael F. Goodchild and Donald G. Janelle (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2004): 67-94.

Benvenuti, Anna and Franco Niccolucci. “A Space-Time Reference System for Historical Data in Medieval Tuscany” in Coordinates for Historical Maps: A Workshop of the Association for History and Computing, European University Institute, 13th/14th May 1994, ed. Michael Goerke. (St. Katharinen: Max-Planck-Institut fuer Geschichte, 1994): 103-108.

Beorn, Waitman Wade and Anne Kelly Knowles. “Killing on the Ground and in the Mind: The Spatialities of Genocide in the East.” In Geographies of the Holocaust, ed. Anne Kelly Knowles, Tim Cole, and Alberto Giordano (Bloomington.: Indiana University Press, 2014): 88-119.

Berman, M.L. “Boundaries or Networks in Historical GIS: Concepts of Measuring Space and Administrative Geography in Chinese History.” Historical Geography 33 (2005): 118-133.

Berry, Brian J.L. “Epilogue: Spatial Analysis in Retrospect and Prospect.” In Spatially Integrated Social Science, eds. Michael F. Goodchild and Donald G. Janelle (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2004): 443-445.

Bertelli, Carlo. “Cartographic Restitution of Fiscal Sources: Some Experiences in Northern Italy” in Coordinates for Historical Maps: A Workshop of the Association for History and Computing, European University Institute, 13th/14th May 1994, ed. Michael Goerke. (St. Katharinen: Max-Planck-Institut fuer Geschichte, 1994): 68-86.

Beveridge, Andrew A. “Demographic Overview of African Americans in the Hudson River Valley, 1790-2000,” in Myra Almstead, ed., Mighty Change, Tall Within: Black Identity in the Hudson River Valley (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2003): 263-80.

Beveridge, Andrew A. “Immigrant Residence and Immigrant Neighbourhoods in New York, 1910 and 1990,” in Pyong Gap Min, ed., Classical and Contemporary Mass Migration Periods: Similarities and Differences (Lanham, Md.: Altamira Press, 2002): 199-231.

Beveridge, Andrew A. “Immigration, Ethnicity, and Race in Metropolitan New York, 1900-2000,” in Anne Kelly Knowles, ed. Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History (Redlands, Calif.: ESRI Press, 2002): 65-78.

Beveridge, Andrew A. “The Development, Persistence, and Change of Racial Segregation in U.S. Urban Areas, 1880-2010” in Toward Spatial Humanities: Historical GIS and Spatial History, eds. Ian N. Gregory and Alistair Geddes (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2014): 35-61.

Beveridge, Andrew A. and Susan Weber, “Shifting Patterns of Spatial Inequality: Race and Class in the Developing New York and Los Angeles Metropolises, 1940 to 2000,” in David Halle, ed. New York and Los Angeles: Politics, Society, and Culture (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003): 49-78.

Biemann, Ursula. “Counter-Geographies in the Sahara.” In Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place, ed. Michael Dear, Jim Ketchum, Sarah Luria, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): 162-172.

Biggs, David. “Frame DS1050-1006DF129: March 20, 1969.” Environmental History (2014): 271-280.

Bigler, W. “Using GIS to Investigate Fine-Scale Spatial Patterns in Historical American Indian Agriculture.” Historical Geography 33 (2005): 14-32.

Biltereyst, Daniel, and Philippe Meers. “Mapping Film Exhibition in Flanders (1920-1990): A Diachronic Analysis of Cinema Culture Combined with Demographic and Geographic Data.” In Locating the Moving Image: New Approaches to Film and Place, eds. Julia Hallam and Les Roberts (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2014): 80-105.

Bittner, Thomas and Barry Smith. “A Theory of Granular Partitions.” In Foundations of Geographic Information Science, eds. Matt Duckham, Michael F. Goodchild, and Michael F. Worboys (New York: Taylor & Francis, 2003): 117-150.

Black, Fiona A. and Bertrum H. MacDonald. “HGIS of Print Culture in Canada.” Historical Geography 33 (2005): 154-156.

Black, Fiona A.; Bertrum H. MacDonald; and Malcolm W. Black. “Geographic Information Systems: A New Research Method for Book History.” Book History 1 (1998): 11-31.

Blank, Daniel and Andreas Heinrich. “Geocoding Place Names from Historic Route Descriptions.” Proceedings of the 9th Workshop on Geographic Information Retrieval 9 (2015).

Block, William and Wendy Thomas. “Implementing the Data Documentation Initiative at the Minnesota Population Center.” Historical Methods 36 (2003): 97-101.

Blundell, David and Jeanette Zernecke. “Early Austronesian Historical Voyaging in Monsoon Asia: Heritage and Knowledge for Museum Displays Utilizing Texts, Archaeology, Digital Interactive Components, and GIS Approaches.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 8 (2014): 237-252.

Bocking, Stephen and Barbara Znamirowski. “Stories of People, Land, and Water: Using Spatial Technologies to Explore Regional Environmental History.” In Historical GIS Research in Canada, eds. Jennifer Bonnell and Marcel Fortin. (Calgary, Alberta.: University of Calgary Press, 2014): 83-109.

Bodenhamer, David J. and Etan Diamond. “Race and the Decline of Mainline Protestantism in American Cities: A GIS Analysis of Indianapolis in the 1950s.” History and Computing 13 (2001): 25-44.

Bodenhamer, David J. “Beyond GIS: Geospatial Technologies and the Future of History.” In History and GIS: Epistemologies, Considerations and Reflections, ed. Alexander Von Lünen and Charles Travis (New York: Springer, 2013): 1-14.

Bodenhamer, David J. “Creating a Landscape of Memory: The Potential of Humanities GIS.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 1 (2007): 97-110.

Bodenhamer, David J.; Etan Diamond; and Kevin Mickey. “Mapping the Mainline: Using Historical GIS to Study American Religion.” ECAI ePublication with California Digital Library, http://escholarship.cdlib.org/ecai/ (2002).

Bodenhamer, David J. “History and GIS: Implications for the Discipline.” In Placing History: How Maps, Spatial Data, and GIS Are Changing Historical Scholarship, ed. Anne Kelly Knowles. (Redlands, Calif.: ESRI Press, 2008): 219-234.

Bodenhamer, David J.; John Corrigan; and Trevor M. Harris. The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010.

Bodenhamer, David J. “The Potential of Spatial Humanities.” In The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship, ed. David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, and Trevor M. Harris (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010): 14-30.

Boeckel M.A. and S.M. Otterstrom. “From Wilderness to Megalopolis: A Comparative Analysis of County Level Sex Ratios in the United States from 1790 to 1910 Using a Historical GIS.” Social Science Computer Review 27 (2009): 297-312.

Bol, Peter K. “Creating a GIS for the History of China.” In Placing History: How Maps, Spatial Data, and GIS Are Changing Historical Scholarship, ed. Anne Kelly Knowles. (Redlands, Calif.: ESRI Press, 2008): 27-60.

Bol, Peter K. “GIS, Prosopography and History.” Annals of GIS 18 (2012): 3-15.

Bol, Peter K. “What Do Humanists Want? What Do Humanists Need? What Might Humanists Get?” In Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place, ed. Michael Dear, Jim Ketchum, Sarah Luria, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): 296-308.

Bonnell, Jennifer and Marcel Fortin. Historical GIS Research in Canada (Calgary, Alberta: University of Calgary Press, 2014).

Bonnell, Jennifer and Marcel Fortin. “Reinventing the Map Library: The Don Valley Historical Mapping Project.” In Historical GIS Research in Canada, eds. Jennifer Bonnell and Marcel Fortin. (Calgary, Alberta.: University of Calgary Press, 2014): 43-59.

Boonstra, Onno. “Barriers Between Historical GIS and Historical Scholarship.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 3 (2009): 3-7.

Boonstra, Onno. “The Dawn of a Golden Age? Historical GIS and the History of Chloropleth Mapping in the Netherlands.” In History and GIS: Epistemologies, Considerations and Reflections, ed. Alexander Von Lünen and Charles Travis (New York: Springer, 2013): 27-38.

Boonstra, Onno W.A. “Mapping the Netherlands, 1830-1994: The Use of NLKAART” in Coordinates for Historical Maps: A Workshop of the Association for History and Computing, European University Institute, 13th/14th May 1994, ed. Michael Goerke. (St. Katharinen: Max-Planck-Institut fuer Geschichte, 1994): 156-161.

Boucek, Bruce and Emilio F. Moran. “Inferring the Behavior of Households from Remotely Sensed Changes in Land Cover: Current Methods and Future Directions,” in Spatially Integrated Social Science, eds. Michael F. Goodchild and Donald G. Janelle (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2004): 23-47.

Bowles, Kate. “Beyond the Boundary: Vernacular Mapping and the Sharing of Historical Authority.” In Locating the Moving Image: New Approaches to Film and Place, eds. Julia Hallam and Les Roberts (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2014): 221-244.

Bracken, Iain and David Martin. “Linkage of 1981 and 1991 UK Censuses using Surface Modelling Concepts.” Environment and Planning A 27 (1995): 379-90.

Bradshaw, Ted K and Brian Muller. “Shaping Policy Decisions with Spatial Analysis.” In Spatially Integrated Social Science, eds. Michael F. Goodchild and Donald G. Janelle (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2004): 300-322.

Brand, D. “Surveys and Sketches: 19th-Century Approaches to Colonial Urban Design.” Journal of Urban Design 9 (2004): 153-175.

Brassard, Paul, et.al. “Geography and Genealogy of the Human Host Harbouring a Distinctive Drug Resistant Strain of Tuberculosis.” Infection, Genetics and Evolution 8 (2008): 247-257.

Breier, Markus. “Getting Around in the Past: Historical Road Modelling,” in Understanding Different Geographies, eds. Karel Kriz, William Cartwright and Michaela Kinberger (Heidelberg: Springer-Berlag, 2013): 215-226.

Brewer, Cynthia A. Designed Maps: A Sourcebook for GIS Users (Redlands, California: ESRI Press, 2008.)

Brewer, Cynthia A. Designing Better Maps: A Guide for GIS Users (Redlands, California: ESRI Press, 2005.)

Brown, Philip C. “Corporate Land Tenure in Nineteenth Century Japan: A GIS Assessment.” Historical Geography 33 (2005): 99-117.

Buck, Ian; David Jordan; Shaun Mannella; and Larry McCann. “Reconstructing the Geographical Framework of the 1901 Census of Canada.” Historical Geography 33 (2005): 99-117.

Buck, P. Louise. “Snapshots of Change: Applying GIS to a Chronology of Historic Charts of the St. Mary’s River, Ontario and Michigan.” Prairie Perspectives 12 (2009): 1-22.

Buckland, Michael and Lewis Lancaster. “Combining Place, Time and Topic.” D-Lib Magazine 10.5 (2004).

Burke, Ingrid C, et.al. “Nitrogen in the Central Grasslands Region of the United States: Current Anthropogenic Additions of Nitrogen to Ecosystems of the US Central Grasslands Far Outweigh Loss of Nitrogen Through Crop Removal, Resulting in Increased Nitrogen Fluxes with the Potential to Alter Regional-Scale Biogeochemical Cycling.” BioScience 52 (2002): 813-823.

Camara, Gilberto, et.al. “Mapping Social Exclusion and Inclusion in Developing Countries: Spatial Patterns of Sao Paulo in the 1990s.” In Spatially Integrated Social Science, eds. Michael F. Goodchild and Donald G. Janelle (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2004): 223-238.

Campbell, Bruce M.S. and Ken Bartley. England on the Eve of the Black Death: An Atlas of Lay Lordship, Land and Wealth, 1300-49 (New York: Manchester University Press, 2006).

Campbell, Bruce M.S. English Seigniorial Agriculture, 1250-1450.(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000).

Caquard, Sebastien; Daniel Naud; and Benjamin Wright. “Mapping Film Audiences in Multicultural Canada: Examples from the Cybercartographic Atlas of Canadian Cinema.” In Locating the Moving Image: New Approaches to Film and Place, eds. Julia Hallam and Les Roberts (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2014): 130-149.

Carreras, Albert; Andrea Giuntini; and Michael Goerke. “Towards a Computerized Historical Atlas of European Transports and Communications, 19th-20th Centuries” in Coordinates for Historical Maps: A Workshop of the Association for History and Computing, European University Institute, 13th/14th May 1994, ed. Michael Goerke. (St. Katharinen: Max-Planck-Institut fuer Geschichte, 1994): 121-132.

Carreras, Cesar and Pau De Soto. “The Roman Transport Network: A Precedent for the Integration of the European Mobility.” Historical Methods 46 (2013): 117-133.

Carter, Eric D. “Malaria, Landscape, and Society in Northwest Argentina in the Early Twentieth Century.” Journal of Latin American Geography 7 (2008): 7-38.

Cavalli, Raffaele; Stefano Grigolato; and Marco Pellegrini. “The Evolution of a Mountain Road Network from its Original Use During the First World War to Meeting Today’s Forestry Needs: Current Management.” Journal of Agricultural Engineering 43 (2012): 123-129.

Chainey, Spencer; Svein Reid; and Neil Stuart. “When is a Hotspot a Hotspot? A Procedure for Creating Statistically Robust Hotspot Maps of Crime.” In Socio-Economic Applications of Geographic Information Science, ed. David Kidner, Gary Higgs, and Sean White (New York: Taylor and Francis, 2003): 21-36.

Chelaru, Dan-Adrian; Adrian Ursu; and Florin Constantin Mihai. “The Analysis of Agricultural Landscape Change Using GIS Techniques. Case Study: Podoleni, Romania.” Lucrări ştiinţifice 54 (2011): 73-76.

Chrisman, Nicholas. Exploring Geographic Information Systems: Second Edition. (Toronto: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2002).

Chrisman, Nicholas. “Revisiting Fundamental Principles of GIS.” In Socio-Economic Applications of Geographic Information Science, ed. David Kidner, Gary Higgs, and Sean White (New York: Taylor and Francis, 2003): 9-18.

Churchill, Robert; and Amy Hillier. “Teaching with GIS.” In Placing History: How Maps, Spatial Data, and GIS Are Changing Historical Scholarship, ed. Anne Kelly Knowles. (Redlands, Calif.: ESRI Press, 2008): 61-94.

Cohen, Patricia. “Humanities 2.0: Digital Maps Are Giving Scholars the Historical Lay of the Land.” New York Times, July 26, 2011.

Cole, Tim and Alberto Giordano. “Bringing the Ghetto to the Jew: Spatialities of Ghettoization in Budapest.” In Geographies of the Holocaust, ed. Anne Kelly Knowles, Tim Cole, and Alberto Giordano (Bloomington.: Indiana University Press, 2014): 120-157.

Congdon, P.; R. M. Campos; S. E. Curtis; H. R. Southall; I. N. Gregory; and I. R. Jones. “Quantifying and Explaining Changes in Geographical Inequality of Infant Mortality in England and Wales since the 1890s.” International Journal of Population Geography 7(2001): 5-51.

Conzen, Michael P. “Spatial Data from Nineteenth Century Manuscript Censuses: A Technique for Rural Settlement and Land Use Analysis.” The Professional Geographer 21.5 (1969): 337-343.

Cooper, David and Ian N. Gregory. “Mapping the English Lake District: A Literary GIS.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 36 (2011): 89-108.

Corcoran, Jonathan; and Andrew Ware. “Crime Hot Spot Prediction: A Framework for Progress.” In Socio-Economic Applications of Geographic Information Science, ed. David Kidner, Gary Higgs, and Sean White (New York: Taylor and Francis, 2003): 51-66.

Corrigan, John. “Qualitative GIS and Emergent Semantics.” In The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship, ed. David J. Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, and Trevor M. Harris (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010): 76-88.

Cosgrove, Denis. “Prologue: Geography Within the Humanities.” In Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities, ed. Stephen Daniels, Dydia DeLyser, J. Nicholas Entrikin, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): xxii-xxv.

Cribb, Robert. “Using CorelDRAW for Thematic Maps: An Atlas of Indonesian History” in Coordinates for Historical Maps: A Workshop of the Association for History and Computing, European University Institute, 13th/14th May 1994, ed. Michael Goerke. (St. Katharinen: Max-Planck-Institut fuer Geschichte, 1994): 17-22.

Crumley, Carole L. and William H. Marquadt. “Landscape: A Unifying Concept in Regional Analysis.” In Interpreting Space: GIS and Archaeology, ed. Kathleen M.S. Allen, Stanton W. Green, and Ezra B.W. Zubrow (New York: Taylor and Francis, 1990): 73-79.

Cunfer, Geoff. “Causes of the Dust Bowl.” in Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History, ed. Anne Kelly Knowles. (Redlands, Calif.: ESRI Press, 2002): 93- 104.

Cunfer, Geoff. On the Great Plains: Agriculture and Environment. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2005).

Cunfer, Geoff. “Scaling the Dust Bowl.” In Placing History: How Maps, Spatial Data, and GIS Are Changing Historical Scholarship, ed. Anne Kelly Knowles. (Redlands, Calif.: ESRI Press, 2008): 95-122.

Cunfer, Geoff. “The Southern Great Plains Wind Erosion Maps of 1936-1937.” Agricultural History 85 (2011): 540-559.

Cunningham, Niall and Ian Gregory. “Hard to Miss, Easy to Blame? Peacelines, Interfaces and Political Deaths in Belfast During the Troubles.” Political Geography 40 (2014): 64-78.

Cunningham, Niall. “’The Doctrine of Vicarious Punishment’: Space, Religion, and the Belfast Troubles of 1920-22.”Journal of Historical Geography 40 (2013): 52-66.

Cunningham, Niall. “Troubled Geographies: A Historical GIS of Religion, Society, and Conflict in Ireland since the Great Famine” in Toward Spatial Humanities: Historical GIS and Spatial History, eds. Ian N. Gregory and Alistair Geddes (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2014): 62-88.

Curtis, A.J. “Three-Dimensional Visualization of Cultural Clusters in the 1878 Yellow Fever Epidemic of New Orleans.” International Journal of Health Geographics 7 (2008): 1-10.

Czinkoczky, Anna and Gyoergy Szabo. “The Effect of the Ancient Chinese Philosophy and Geography on our Contemporary Landsape Development Using GIS Models,” in Understanding Different Geographies, eds. Karel Kriz, William Cartwright and Michaela Kinberger (Heidelberg: Springer-Berlag, 2013): 159-173.

Daly, Patrick and Gary Lock. “Time, Space, and Archaeological Landscapes: Establishing Connections in the First Millennium BC.” In Spatially Integrated Social Science, eds. Michael F. Goodchild and Donald G. Janelle (Toronto: Oxford University Press, 2004): 349-365.

Daniels, Stephen; Dydia DeLyser; J. Nicholas Entrikin; and Douglas Richardson. Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities. (New York: Routledge, 2011).

Daniels, Stephen; Dydia DeLyser; J. Nicholas Entrikin; and Douglas Richardson. “Introduction: Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds.” In Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities, ed. Stephen Daniels, Dydia DeLyser, J. Nicholas Entrikin, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): xxvi-xxxii.

Daniels, Stephen. “Great Balls of Fire: Envisioning the Brilliant Meteor of 1783.” In Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities, ed. Stephen Daniels, Dydia DeLyser, J. Nicholas Entrikin, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): 155-169.

Davidson, Alwyn; Colin Arrowsmith; and Deb Verhoeven. “A Method for the Visual Representation of Historic Multivariate Point Data.” In Advances in Cartography and GIScience. Volume 2, ed. Anne Ruas (Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, 2011): 163-178.

Dean, Joanna and Jon Pasher. “Mapping Ottawa’s Urban Forest, 1928-2005.” In Historical GIS Research in Canada, eds. Jennifer Bonnell and Marcel Fortin. (Calgary, Alberta.: University of Calgary Press, 2014): 111-127.

Dean, Joanna. “The Social Production of a Canadian Urban Forest.” In Environmental and Social Justice in the City: Historical Perspectives, eds. Richard Rodger and Genevieve Massard-Guilbaud (Isle of Harris, UK: White Horse Press, 2011): 67-88.

Dear, Michael. “Creativity and Place.” In Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place, ed. Michael Dear, Jim Ketchum, Sarah Luria, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): 9-18.

Dear, Michael. “Experimental Geography: An Interview with Trevor Paglen, Oakland, CA, February 17, 2009.” In Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place, ed. Michael Dear, Jim Ketchum, Sarah Luria, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): 19-25.

Dear, Michael. “Historical Moments in the Rise of the Geohumanities.” In Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place, ed. Michael Dear, Jim Ketchum, Sarah Luria, and Douglas Richardson (New York: Routledge, 2011): 309-314.

Dear, Michael; Jim Ketchum; Sarah Luria; and Douglas Richardson. Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place. (New York: Routledge, 2011).

DeBats D.A. and M. Lethbridge. “GIS and the City: Nineteenth-Century Residential Patterns.” Historical Geography 33 (2005): 78-98.

DeBats, D.A. “A Tale of Two Cities: Using Tax Records to Develop GIS Files for Mapping and Understanding Nineteenth-Century U.S. Cities.” Historical Methods 41 (2008): 17-38.

DeBats, D.A. “Using GIS and Individual-Level Data for Whole Communities: A Path Toward the Reconciliation of Political and Social History.” Social Science Computer Review 27 (2009): 313-330.

DeBats, Donald A.; and Ian N. Gregory. “Introduction to Historical GIS and the Study of Urban History.” Social Science History 35(2011): 455-463.

DeBats, Donald A. “Political Consequences of Spatial Organization: Contrasting Patterns in Two Nineteenth-Century Small Cities.” Social Science History 35(2011): 505-541.

Deitrick, Stephanie. “Uncertain Decisions and Continuous Spaces: Outcomes Spaces and Uncertainty Visualization,” in Understanding Different Geographies, eds. Karel Kriz, William Cartwright and Michaela Kinberger (Heidelberg: Springer-Berlag, 2013): 117-134.

DeMoor, Martina and T. Wiedemann. “Reconstructing Belgian Territorial Units and Hierarchies: An Example from Belgium.” History and Computing 13 (2001): 71-97.

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