Publications

Harris, T. M. (invited to submit) Integrating 3D GIS, experiential immersive geography, and the geosensory: communicating about place through the virtual umwelt and the semiotic world of multidimensional mapping, in The Changing World Language Map, ed Stan Brunn, Springer.

Harris, T. M. (submitted) From PGIS to deep mapping and spatial story telling: an evolving trajectory in community knowledge representation in GIS, The Cartographic Journal.

Harris, T. M. (forthcoming) Deep mapping and sensual immersive geographies, The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology, Wiley.

Harris, T. M., Lafone, H. F, and Bonenberger, D. (forthcoming) Beyond mapping text in space to experiencing text in place: exploring literary virtual geographies, in Cooper, D., Donaldson, C., and Murrieta-Flores, P. (eds) Literary Mapping in the Digital Age, Ashgate, Farnham.

Ghadimi, H., Harris, T. M. and Warner, T. A. (2016) A Geospatial Approach to Measuring Regional and Sub- Regional Inclusive Wealth: The case of resource rich West Virginia, USA, Regional Science Policy and Practice, 7, 4, 199-225.

Harris, T. M. (2015) Geohumanities: engaging space and place in the humanities, in Aitken, S. and Valentine, G. (eds) Approaches to human geography: philosophies, theories, people and practice, pp181-192, Sage Publications, London.

Harris, T. M., Corrigan, J, and Bodenhamer, D. (2015) Engaging Deep Maps, in Bodenhamer, D., Corrigan, J. and Harris, T. M. (eds) Deep Mapping and Spatial Narratives, pp223-233, Indiana University Press.

Harris, T. M. (2015), Deep geography – deep mapping: spatial storytelling and a sense of place, in (Bodenhamer, D., Corrigan, J. and Harris, T. M. (eds) Deep Mapping and Spatial Narratives, pp28-53, Indiana University Press

Bodenhamer, D., Corrigan, J. and Harris, T. M. (eds) (2015) Deep Mapping and Spatial Narratives, Indiana University Press.

Ghadimi, H., Harris, T. M. and Warner, T. A. (2014) Measuring the wealth of regions: Geospatial approaches to empirical capital estimation, in Pender, J. L, Weber, B. A., Johnson, T. G., and Fannin, J. M. (eds) Rural Wealth Creation, Routledge

Bonenberger, D. and Harris T. M., (2014) Placing Virtual heritage: reconciling virtual and cultural heritage with the Spatial Turn, Digital Heritage, IEEE, Marseilles, France

Bodenhamer, D., Harris, T. M. and Corrigan, J. (2013) Deep mapping and the spatial humanities, International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 7, 1-2, pp170-175.

Ferber, M. P. and Harris, T. M. (July 2013) Critical Realism and emergence in a scaled geography of religion, Journal of Critical Realism, 12, 2, 183-201

Harris, T. M. and H. Franklin Lafone (2012) Toward an informal Spatial Data Infrastructure:  Voluntary Geographic Information, Neogeography, and the role of citizen sensors, in Kristyna Cerbova (ed) SDI, Communities, and Social Media

Wilson, B. R., Conley, J. F., Harris, T. M. and Lafone, H. F. (2012) New terrains of taste: spatial analysis of price premiums for single origin coffees from Central America, Journal of Applied Geography, 35, 1-2, 499-507.

Harris, T. M. (2012) Interfacing archaeology and the world of citizen sensors: exploring the impact of Neogeography and Volunteered Geographic Information on an authenticated archaeology, World Archaeology, 44, 4, 580-591.

Harris, T. M., L. J. Rouse, and S. Bergeron (2011) Humanities GIS: adding place, spatial storytelling and immersive visualization into the Humanities, in Dear, M., Ketchum, J., Luria, S. and Richardson, D. (eds) Geohumanities: Art, History, Text at the Edge of Place, Routledge, 226-240.

Ferber, M. P. and Harris, T. M. (2011) Resurrecting scale in an emergent geography of religion, International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1, 12, 1-8

Harris, T. M. and Hodza, P. (2011) Geocollaborative soil boundary mapping in an experiential GIS environment, Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 38, 1, 20-35

Harris, T. M., Rouse, L. J. and Bergeron, S. (2010) The Geospatial Web and Local Geographical Education, in International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 19, 1, 63-66

Bodenhamer, J. D., Corrigan, J. and Harris, T. M. (eds) (2010) The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the future of humanities scholarship, Indiana University Press.

Harris, T. M., Rouse, L. J. and Bergeron, S. (2010) The Geospatial Web, Pareto GIS, and the Humanities, in Bodenhamer, D., Corrigan, J. and Harris, T. M. (eds) The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the future of humanities scholarship, Indiana University Press, 124-142.

Harris, T. M., Corrigan, J.C., and Bodenhamer, D (2010) Challenges for the Spatial Humanities: toward a research agenda, in Bodenhamer, D., Corrigan, J. and Harris, T. M. (eds) The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship, Indiana University Press, 167-176.

Harris, T. M. (2010) Ecological fallacy, in Encyclopedia of Geography, ed Barney Warf, Sage Publications

Rouse, L. J., Bergeron, S., and Harris T. M. (2007) Participating in the Geospatial Web: Web2.0, social networks and Participatory GIS, in The Geospatial Web: how geo-browsers, social software and the Web 2.0 are shaping the Network Society, eds A. Scharl, K. Tochtermann, Springer Publications, 153-158.

Weiner, D. and Harris, T. M. (2007) Reflections on Participatory Geographic Information Systems, Handbook of Geographic Information Science, (eds) Wilson, J. and A. S. Fotherington, Blackwall, Oxford, 466-480.

Harris, T. M. Scale (2006) Scale as artifact: GIS, archaeological analysis, and ecological fallacy, in Confronting scale in archaeology: issues of theory and practice, (eds) B. L. Molyneaux and Lock G., Springer, USA, 39-53.

Lock, G. and Harris, T. (2005) Enhancing predictive modeling: location, landscape, and culture, (ed) Mark Mehrer and Konnie L. Westcott, GIS and Archaeological Predictive Modeling, Taylor and Francis.

Weiner, D. and Harris, T. M. (2003) Community-Integrated GIS for Land Reform in South Africa, URISA.

Harris, T. M. (2002) GIS in Archaeology, in Knowles, A.. (ed) Past Time, Past Place: GIS for History, ESRI Press, Redlands California, 131-143.

Craig, W., Harris, T. M. and Weiner, D. (eds) (2002) Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems, Taylor and Francis, London.

Weiner, D., Harris, T. M. and Craig, W. (2002) Community Participation and GIS, in Craig, W., Harris, T. M. and Weiner, D. (eds) (2002) Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems, Taylor and Francis, London.

Craig, W., Harris, T. M. and Weiner, (2002) Conclusion in Craig, W., Harris, T. M. and Weiner, D. (eds) (2002) Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems, Taylor and Francis, London.

Harris, T. and Weiner, D. (2002) Implementing PPGIS: Perspectives from South Africa fieldwork, in Craig, W., Harris, T. M. and Weiner, D. (eds) (2002) Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems, Taylor and Francis.

Lock, G. and Harris, T. (2000) Beyond the map: archaeology and spatial technologies, in Lock. G. (ed) Beyond the Map: archaeology and Spatial Technologies, xiii-xxv, IOS Press, Amsterdam

Harris, T. (2000) Moving GIS: exploring movement in prehistoric cultural landscapes using GIS, in Lock, G. (ed) Beyond the Map: archaeology and Spatial Technologies, 116-123. IOS Press, Amsterdam

Harris, T. M. and Weiner, D. (1998) Empowerment, Marginalization and ‘Community-Integrated’ GIS, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, vol. 25, No. 2, April, 67-76.

Harris, T. M. and Boardman, J. (1998) Alternative approaches to soil erosion prediction and conservation using expert systems and neural networks, in Boardman, J. and Favis-Mortlock, D. (eds.) Modelling Soil Erosion by Water, Springer-Verlag, NATO-ASI Series, vol. 1, 55, Berlin, 461-477.

Lock, G. and Harris, T. M. (1997) Analyzing change through time within a cultural landscape: conceptual and functional limitations of a GIS approach, in Sinclair, P. (ed.) Urban origins in eastern Africa, World Archaeological Congress, One World series.

Harris, T. M. and Lock, G. R. (1997) Multidimensional GIS: exploratory approaches to spatial and temporal relationships within archaeological stratigraphy, Computer Applications in Archaeology, Analecta Praehistorica Leidensia, University of Leiden, vol II, pp. 307-316

Elmes, G. and Harris, T. M. (1996) Industrial restructuring and the United States coal-energy system, 1972-1990: regulatory change, technological fixes, and corporate control, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 86, 3, 507-529.

Lock, G. and Harris, T. M. (1996) Danebury revisited: an Iron Age hillfort in a digital landscape, Anthropology, Space, and Geographic Information and Analysis, 214-240, Oxford University Press.

Harris, T. M. and Elmes, G. (1995) Integrating Geographic Information Systems and Industrial Archaeology: exploring the potential and the limitations, in Kemp, E. L. (ed) Industrial Archaeology: Techniques, Krieger Publishing, Malabar, 191-204.

Weiner, D., Warner, T, Harris, T. M. and Levin, R., (1995) Apartheid representations in a digital landscape: GIS, remote sensing, and local knowledge in Kiepersol, South Africa, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, 22, 1, 30-44

Harris, T. M. and Lock, G. (1995) Toward an evaluation of GIS in European archaeology: the past, present and future of theory and applications, in Stancic, Z and Lock, G. (eds.) The impact of Geographic Information Systems on Archaeology: a European Perspective, Taylor and Francis, 349-365

Harris, T. M., Weiner, D., and Warner T. (1995) Pursuing social goals through participatory GIS: Redressing South Africa’s historical political ecology, in Pickles, J. (ed.) Ground Truth: the social implications of Geographic Information Systems, New York, Guilford Press, 196-223.

Harris, T. M. and Elmes, G. A. (1993) GIS and urban and regional planning: a review of the North American experience, Journal of Applied Geography, 13, 9-27.

Lock, G. and Harris, T. M. (1992) Visualising spatial data through Geographic Information Systems: a new perspective on traditional approaches to spatial analysis, in Reilly, P. and Rhatz, S.P.Q. (eds.) Archaeology and the information age: a global perspective, London, Routledge, 81-96.

Harris, T. M. and Lock, G. (1992) Toward a regional GIS site information retrieval system: the Oxfordshire Sites and Monuments Record (SMR) prototype, Sites and Monuments: National Archaeological Records, The National Museum of Denmark, DKC., 185-199.

Favis-Mortlock, D. T., Evans, R., Boardman, J. and Harris, T. M. (1991) Climate change, winter wheat yield and soil erosion on the English South Downs, Agricultural Systems, 37, 415-433.

Harris, T. M. and Lock, G. R. (1991) Integrating spatial information in computerised SMRs: meeting archaeological requirements in the 1990s, in Lockyear, K. and Rahtz, S. (eds.) Computers and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, British Archaeological Reports International Series, 565, 165-173, Oxford.

Harris, T. M. and Lock, G. (1990) The diffusion of a new technology: a perspective on the adoption of Geographic Information Systems within United Kingdom archaeology, in Allen, K.M., Green, S., and Zubrow, E, (eds.), Interpreting Space: GIS and archaeology, 33-53, Taylor and Francis.

Boardman, J., Evans, R., Favis-Mortlock, D. T. and Harris, T. M. (1990) Climate change and soil erosion on agricultural land in England and Wales, Land Degradation and Rehabilitation, 2, 95-106

Harris, T. M. and Boardman, J. (1990) A rule based Expert System approach to predicting waterborne soil erosion, in Soil Erosion on Agricultural Land, Boardman, J., Foster, I.D.L., and Dearing, J. (eds.), John Wiley, 401-412.

Harris, T. M. (1987) Government and the specialised military town: the impact of defence policy on urban social structure, in The Geography of Defence, Bateman, M. and Riley, R. (eds.), 100-140, Croom Helm.

Harris, T. M. (1987) Digital Terrain Modelling and three-dimensional surface graphics applications in regional planning and archaeology, British Archaeological Reports Computer Applications in Archaeology.

Harris, T. M. and Elmes, G. A. (1986) Hierarchical data structures and planning optimisation, Second International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Seattle, 289-305.

Harris, T. M. (1986) Geographic Information System design for archaeological site information retrieval, Computer Applications in Archaeology, 148-161.

Harris, T. M. (1984) Government and urban development in Kent: the case of the Royal Naval Dockyard town of Sheerness, Archaeologia Cantiana, CI, 245 276.

Harris, T. M. (1984) A geographic information system employing raster spatial data for identifying and monitoring land use patterns, First International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Zurich, Switzerland, II, 432-435.

Chapman, J. and Harris, T. M. (1982) The accuracy of enclosure estimates: some evidence from Northern England, Journal of Historical Geography, 8, 3, 261-264.