Tuesday, March 1st @ 4:30pm (Coleman 221)
“Rethink the reader: Toward cartographic design to engage, inspire and empower”
Come hear Margaret Pearce from the University of Kansas talk about map visualization and cartographic design. Dr. Pearce is a geographer who works on cartographic representation of cultural and historical geographies, especially Indigenous geographies. Her work is inspired and influenced by emerging ideas in critical cartography, affective technologies, and the focus on place in Indigenous studies. She has published in journals such as Cartography and Geographic Information Science, American Indian Culture & Research Journal, and Cartographic Perspectives, and has co-authored a book, with O. Dwyer, Exploring Human Geography with Maps.