GéoRécits – an application for mapping journeys and lived spaces

GéoRécits allows you to map interviews pertaining to individuals’ mobility. You can compare individual travel journeys made by several individuals and leading to a common final destination – useful in the analysis of migrations – or analyse travel patterns accomlished for a given duration of time. The two functions of GéoRécits GéoRécits produces three types […]

An autoportrait of a lived space

This is a map by which I’ve presented myself to my students on the first day in a course on tourism and mobility. I’ve given it in 2010 at the Università degli Studi di Bergamo. I wanted to make two points by showing it: What a professor teaches is deeply rooted in who he is. […]