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Mapping times

Alex Gekker, Sam Hind, Sybille Lammes, Chris Perkins and Clancy Wilmott

://books.google.com/ngrams). 10 Time for mapping spatial trajectory has implications for the ways in which temporality has been treated, or rather often elided, in academic work. In particular, mapping has largely been regarded as a quintessentially spatial pursuit during the last thirty years of research and practice. Cognitive cartographic research focused upon spatial cognition (Perkins, Kitchin and Dodge, 2011). The history of cartography was safely separated from more mainstream social scientific research. Contemporary research focused on functional improvements in the ability to