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Social mapping as a methodological resource for heritage analysis. Mapping experiences in Miramar (Córdoba, Argentina)





Summary presented a reflection on social mapping as a theoretical and participatory methodological research proposal for the study, analysis and socialisation of archaeological heritage, drawing on an experience of fieldwork in the town of Miramar (Córdoba, Argentina). To this end, we apply different collective mapping techniques, establishing a dialogue between museum workers, neighbours, tourists and heritage researchers, from a collaborative and transdisciplinary perspective, to analyse the opportunities and challenges of social mapping for heritage studies. It is concluded that, on the basis of the critical and participatory mapping practices, new ways of understanding the inhabited space have been opened up and give priority to the community’s feeling in building the local cultural landscape. In this regard, the aim is to provide new methodological strategies for heritage research.

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