Total immersion: maps, landscape and memory
Vujakovic, P. and Hills, J. 2017. Total immersion: maps, landscape and memory. Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers. 50, pp. 37-43.
|Authors||Vujakovic, P. and Hills, J.|
It has been argued that we live in a map immersed world, but that the ubiquity of maps may actually lead to their devaluation and perhaps, even a form of invisibility. This paper describes a project designed to share ideas about the value of maps and mapping with the people of the county of Kent (UK) during International Map Year (IMY). The project involved a team of geographers at Canterbury Christ Church University writing a series of articles on maps and landscape to celebrate the year, but also engage people with mapping.
|Journal||Bulletin of the Society of Cartographers|
|Journal citation||50, pp. 37-43|
|Publisher||The Society of Cartographers|
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|Deposited||24 Mar 2017|
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