, such as Brian Friel’s play Translations (1980),
have also confronted this moment of history.
21 Doherty, The Irish Ordnance Survey, 11.
22 Graham Huggan, Territorial Disputes: Maps and Mapping Strategies in Contemporary
Canadian and Australian Fiction (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1994), 14.
23 Robinson, Setting Foot, 3.
24 Huggan, Territorial Disputes, 3.
25 Tim Robinson, My Time in Space (Dublin: Lilliput, 2001), 99.
26 Robinson, Setting Foot, 72
27 Robinson, Setting Foot, 79.
28 Robinson, Setting Foot, 102.
29 Robinson, Setting Foot, 76.
The deep mapping projects of Tim Robinson’s art and writings, 1969–72
Collaborative who have shared their
deep mapping expertise from the contexts of North American, Australian and
British community mapping projects and socially engaged arts practice. I would
also like to thank participants at the Know Your Place: Community Mapping
Workshop, co-hosted by the Ómós Áite: Space/Place Research Network, Galway
City Museum, March 2014, and those at the Conference of Irish Geographers,
May 2014, where many of these ideas were discussed in detail. Thanks also to
Tim Collins, Christine Cusick, Derek Gladwin, Jim Rogers and Eamonn Wall
. (DeLillo, 2010: 101)
Those urges to capture everything, to mark nodes, ways and relations, to
monopolise movement cartographically, to laud diagrammatically over Witham
as Captain James Cook did so in Botany Bay, Australia (Carter, 1987); where
do these urges come from? In part, they stem from the discursive and cultural
baggage that has become welded to cartography; the discipline’s associations
with colonialism, monopoly and meta-narrative. Importantly, the focus of this
chapter on the experiential is not meant as a disavowal of other well-known
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secondary-school level and 9 per cent to alternative levels), and 43
per cent were still in full time education; few were unemployed and there were
almost as many in self-employment as in full-time employment.
The Lyminge Forest website had an international readership – 72 per cent of the
questionnaire respondents were from Britain, 8 per cent from the USA, 5 per
cent from Germany, and the rest equally divided between France, Canada, New
Zealand, Australia and Ireland.
The Community Green Festival was an annual spring event in Newcastleupon-Tyne. A coalition of groups
OECD’s Jobs Strategy typifies the policy recommendations that accompany claims to a flexibilised and competitive labour force (see Table 1.1).
Intensified global competition, according to those advocating neo-liberal
flexibilisation, means that all state-societies must restructure along the lines of
this model. Indeed, in a report that compares the relative success of member
countries in implementing the Jobs Strategy recommendations, the OECD
identifies the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Ireland as having
made ‘significant policy developments’ in the
continental European state-societies, unfavourably with the UK, US, Australia,
Canada and New Zealand, on the basis of its incremental restructuring programme ‘at the margins’: ‘Instead of relaxing general employment protection
provisions, some governments have preferred to introduce short-term contracts and liberalise employment protection for part-time workers in small
firms (e.g. Germany, France, Belgium)’ (OECD, 1997: 8). Despite some apparent
concessions to the discourse of flexibility, seen for example in greater
devolution of bargaining to the workplace and wage
14 October 2018).
25 D. Whitfield, Financing Infrastructure in the 21st Century: The Long
Term Impacts of Public Private Partnerships in Britain and Australia,
Dunstan Paper 2 (Newcastle upon Tyne: Sustainable Cities Research
Institute, Northumbria University, 2007), p. 8, at https://europeanservices-strategy.org.uk.archived.website/outsourcing-ppp-library/pfi-ppp/
14 October 2018).
26 Blossom Wealth Management, ‘Understanding the complexities of the
special purpose vehicle’, Blossom