Cultural assets preserve the traces of people's life history around the world. To understand the historical context and meaning of cultural assets, people would cherish their value, and then adopt appropriate cultural resources preservation strategies. Human rights are universal values and refer to the inalienable and basic rights of human beings. This project uses the National Cultural Assets Network to query Taiwan’s human rights themed cultural assets, and applies the spatial information technology of the DocuSky digital humanities academic research platform to draw maps with GIS and visualization tools. We apply spatial information to the academic research of human rights themed cultural assets, with a view of deepening local cultural identity and showing that human studies influence spatial practice. Tourism is an important experience economy. Based on the value of Taiwan’s human rights themed cultural assets, we also plan to guide the human rights journey in Taipei to share Taiwan’s experience with the world.
|Effective start/end date||2020/08/01 → 2021/07/31|
- Cultural Assets
- Geographic Information System
- Human Rights
- Public Discourse
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