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About this product
- Author(s)Denis Wood
- PublisherGuilford Publications
- Date of Publication04/05/2010
- Place of PublicationNew York
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintGuilford Publications
- Weight758 g
- Width178 mm
- Height254 mm
- Table Of ContentsIntroduction: Maps Work I. Mapping 1. Maps Blossom in the Springtime of the State 2. Unleashing the Power of the Map 3. Signs in the Service of the State 4. Making Signs Talk to Each Other II. Counter-Mapping 5. Counter-Mapping and the Death of Cartography 6. Talking Back to the Map 7. Map Art: Stripping the Mask from the Map 8. Mapmaking, Counter-Mapping, and Map Art in the Mapping of Palestine
- Author BiographyDenis Wood, PhD, curated the award-winning Power of Maps exhibition for the Smithsonian and writes widely about maps. A former professor of design at North Carolina State University, Wood is currently an independent scholar living in Raleigh, North Carolina. John Fels, PhD, until his death in 2014, was Adjunct Associate Professor in the Graduate GIS Faculty at North Carolina State University. He worked as a professional cartographer with the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and as a freelance cartographic designer and consultant, and developed and taught the core design curriculum in the Cartography Program at Sir Sandford Fleming College in Ontario. Dr. Fels was the author of the North Carolina Watersheds map and also coauthor (with Denis Wood) of The Natures of Maps. John Krygier, PhD, teaches in the Department of Geology and Geography at Ohio Wesleyan University, with teaching and research specializations in cartography, geographic information systems (GIS), and environmental and human geography. He has published on map design, educational technology, cultural geography, multimedia in cartography, planning, the history of cartography, and participatory GIS.
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