Mapping Identity With Geo-Technology: Montelupo/Italy versus Santa Leopoldina/Brazil.

Digital Heritage 2015 Proceedings – Ano 2015

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  • ANDRADE, Bruno – Bruno Amaral de Andrade - Bolsista de Doutorado
  • Palavras-chave: Digital Heritage, Geoinformation Technologies

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This article is inserted in the hybrid-theme “Heritage and Representation”, in the field of new methods of iconographic representation of the territorial-landscape heritage, through digital models of cartographic construction. The problematic identified in representations of the territory is solved from an analytical hierarchy of observation, interpretation and comprehension of the relationship between biotic and anthropic dimensions, with consideration of the title role of the ecological aspect of the territory, and its relation to the construction of identity. The hypothesis guides the evaluation and experiment of a consolidated Italian approach and its adoption to the Brazilian context. The objects of empirical study are the cities of Montelupo/Toscany/Italy, and Santa Leopoldina/Espírito Santo/Brazil, as locus to elaborate a comparative method in the environmental heritage category. The aim of this article is revealing how the environmental aspect of the territory is relevant to the construction of identity, through mapping by GIS software.

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This article is inserted in the hybrid-theme “Heritage and Representation”, in the field of new methods of iconographic representation of the territorial-landscape heritage, through digital models of cartographic construction. The problematic identified in representations of the territory is solved from an analytical hierarchy of observation, interpretation and comprehension of the relationship between biotic and anthropic dimensions, with consideration of the title role of the ecological aspect of the territory, and its relation to the construction of identity. The hypothesis guides the evaluation and experiment of a consolidated Italian approach and its adoption to the Brazilian context. The objects of empirical study are the cities of Montelupo/Toscany/Italy, and Santa Leopoldina/Espírito Santo/Brazil, as locus to elaborate a comparative method in the environmental heritage category. The aim of this article is revealing how the environmental aspect of the territory is relevant to the construction of identity, through mapping by GIS software.

Autores do laboratório

  • Bruno Amaral de Andrade
    Bruno Amaral de Andrade
    Bolsista de Doutorado