Baptiste Hautdidier

Baptiste Hautdidier (1977) is a research fellow at IRSTEA (ETBX research unit) and a sessional lecturer at Bordeaux-Montaigne University. He holds a PhD in Environmental Sciences and an MSc in Geography. His works have mainly dealt with the making of delineations of space and their sociopolitical effects, aiming for contributions on empirical, technical and critical grounds. His research objects are zonings and territorialization processes linked with environmental stakes : forest massifs, riparian regions, surroundings of protected areas.

Glacis mémoriels en Médoc. Peer review

À propos de la cartographie multi-strates des milieux et usages d’une rive estuarienne.

Baptiste Hautdidier | 15.11.2018

On the basis of two animated maps, the paper aims to contribute to the thinking of the mapmaking practices that are based on the overlay of various stratas. The examples suggest that the added value of such multilayered cartographies (that we choose to call glacis) is to be found in two complementary directions : that of helping to grasp the complexity of processes and stakes by building a lavish – if not blurred – general picture ; that of [...]