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Title: Re-situating participatory cultural mapping as community-centred work
Authors: Duxbury, Nancy 
Garrett-Petts, W. F.
Issue Date: 2024
Publisher: Routledge
Serial title, monograph or event: The Routledge Handbook of Cartographic Humanities
Place of publication or event: London
Abstract: Participatory cultural mapping is rooted in practices of community engagement and collaboration, working to make visible and co-produce knowledge that is of value for community identity formation, reflection, decision-making and development. Meaningful collaboration requires fierce listening, sharing control and sensitive attention to processes and perspectives. In contemporary academe, aspirations to ‘co-create’ knowledge with communities are heightening and becoming more visible, but we also observe resistances to fully embrace the challenges and implications embodied in meaningful community-academe collaboration. These doubts and hesitations raise questions about the broader implications of democratising knowledge through meaningful community-engaged processes. In this context, this chapter will examine community-centred work through the lens of participatory cultural mapping, aiming to highlight characteristics of meaningful citizen participation processes; the need to recognise diversities of expertise, knowledge and experience; and the changing role(s) of academe in collaborative knowledge-generating contexts.
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