Hot off the press – new articles published

Twice in the space of two days we have been able to celebrate the successful publication of an article. On Monday we arrived back in the office to discover the Historical Methods theme issue on crowd-sourcing and citizen science had been fully published while we were on leave. It contains our GB1900 article about volunteer motivations (the article itself has been available through the publishers early online system for some time):

Paula Aucott, Humphrey Southall & Carol Ekinsmyth (2019) ‘Citizen science through old maps: Volunteer motivations in the GB1900 gazetteer-building project’ in Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History, 52:3, 150-163, DOI: 10.1080/01615440.2018.1559779


Then yesterday we were notified that another article has also been published. A very quick turnaround considering we only went through the proofs the previous afternoon! This one is about the architecture of our administrative unit ontology which, among other things, we use to help structure information on our website A Vision of Britain through Time. The article gives two case study examples of how this works in practice, firstly the Poor Law Unions and Registration Districts of nineteenth century England and Wales and secondly international nation-states.  This one is published open access so you can read it straight away:

Humphrey Southall & Paula Aucott (2019) ‘Expressing History through a Geo-Spatial Ontology’ in ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, 8:8, 362,


About Paula

Senior Research Associate on the Great Britain Historical GIS Project, the team behind the website 'A Vision of Britain through Time'
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2 Responses to Hot off the press – new articles published

  1. Vicki says:

    Where can I view online information of a place from England?

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