Video: Slow Maps: Cartographic Attention and the Question of Geography
In this seminar at the University of Plymouth on 1 December, I overview an ongoing book project, tentatively titled "Slow Maps: Cartographic Attention and the Question of Geography", which ruminates on the concept of slow maps, to better understand the rapid pace of cartographic experimentation and development in the last century. At stake is how we might think the linkages between cartography and geography today, to amplify the work of drawing, diagramming, and mapmaking – and to think these linkages in terms of geographic education.
I've posted a video of the lecture on YouTube, also below.
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