Recent years have seen a dramatic growth in interest in the use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in humanities disciplines such that Humanities GIS is now an emerging field. This involves applying GIS software skills and the techniques and approaches of Geographical Information Science to disciplines such as history, archaeology, religious studies, English literature, classics, linguistics, and philosophy.

GIS in the Humanities: A questionnaire and free workshop on Spatial Literacy in Research and Teaching Questionnaire: http://www.hgis.org.uk/splint/

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