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Back to the future
Alex Gekker, Sam Hind, Sybille Lammes, Chris Perkins, and Clancy Wilmott

does it mean to reject the clarity of borders between history and experience, between the global stories that build empires and nations into perpetuity (even if only in the archive), and those that build memories and everyday localities? The precise role that digital mapping might play in this process remains to be charted in detail, beyond the cases suggested in our chapters. So a focus on ephemerality and mobilities suggests research agendas that are rather more performative, transient and hybrid than might be imagined in the at times static implications of Barbara

in Time for mapping
Reinventing depression among Rio de Janeiro urban dwellers
Leandro David Wenceslau and Francisco Ortega

empire of trauma: An inquiry into the condition of victimhood . Princeton : Princeton University Press . Fortes , S. , Lopes , C.S. , Villano , L.A.B. , Campos , M.R. , Gonçalves , D.A. , and Mari , J. ( 2011 ). Common mental disorders in Petrópolis-RJ: A challenge to integrate mental health into primary care strategies . Brazilian Journal of Psychiatry , 33 ( 2 ): 150–6 . Fortes , S. , Villano , L.A.B. and Lopes , C.S. ( 2008 ). Nosological profile and prevalence of common mental disorders of patients seen at the Family Health Program

in Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city
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Mapping times
Alex Gekker, Sam Hind, Sybille Lammes, Chris Perkins, and Clancy Wilmott

chapters. 7 The Tabula Peutingeriana illustrates the road network of the fourth- or fifth-century Roman Empire. References Adam, B. (2008) Of timespaces, futurescapes and timeprints. [Online] Available at: www. cardiff.ac.uk/socsi/futures/conf_ba_lueneberg170608.pdf (accessed 1 August 2016). Amoore, L. (2013) The Politics of Possibility: Risk and Security Beyond Probability. Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press. Andersen, C. U., Cox, G. and Papadopolous, G. (eds) (2014) APRJA Post-Digital Research Special Issue, 3(1). [Online] Available at: www

in Time for mapping
Considerations and consequences
Thomas Sutherland

that these objects might take. Most 178 (In)formalising Figure 8.2  J. C. R. Colomb, map of the British Empire from 1886. Norman B. Leventhal Map Center Collection, CC BY-NC-SA. importantly, the temporal dimension is almost entirely absent, giving little or no sense of chronological change, and presuming the preservation of these routes over significant lengths of time. Flow maps, by contrast are in essence an application of the principles of the flow chart to cartographic mapping (and more specifically to thematic mapping, wherein maps are designed to emphasise

in Time for mapping
Luiz Eduardo Soares

direction of this democratising process is the counter-reformation, guided by a neo-liberal economic governance agenda in alliance with the most conservative moral supporters and skilled at articulating themselves with rhetoric, calling for tougher laws, longer sentences, more freedom for the arms trade, the war against drugs and the criminalisation of poverty, and more police violence. To crown this perverse agenda, they advocate policies that destroy the environment and annihilate the lands of the indigenous peoples. Under such an empire of hatred, the political culture

in Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city