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Mapping (4-Volume Set)

Series: Critical Concepts in Geography and the Environment Series

By: Martin Dodge (Editor)

Routledge

Hardback | Sep 2015 | #218456 | ISBN-13: 9780415718110
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About this book

The map is a central element of our visual culture. It has also been a vital representation technology in many scholarly disciplines for hundreds of years, as well as a practical tool for navigation and a means for the government of territory. But, as the editor of this new four-volume collection from Routledge explains, the rhetorical power and technical complexity of how maps work are relatively underappreciated and not well analysed across the social sciences and beyond.

Now, to enable researchers and advanced students to make better sense of a vast corpus of scholarship, Mapping brings together all the important literature in a comprehensive and coherently edited compendium. The carefully selected texts demonstrate how cartography works as a powerful representational form; they also explore how different mapping practices have been conceptualized. The four volumes are structured by theme-including 'definitions and paradigms'; 'design and communication'; 'technologies and techniques'; and 'people and politics'-and the gathered materials include major works from leading cartographers, as well as classic and cutting-edge pieces from scholars and researchers in cognate subject areas.


Contents

Volume I: Mapping Definitions and Paradigms
1. Max Eckert, 'On the Nature of Maps and Map Logic' (trans. W. Joerg), Bulletin of the American Geographical Society, 1908, 40, 6, 344-51
2. John K. Wright, 'Map Makers are Human', Geographical Review, 1942, 32, 4, 527-44
3. Waldo R. Tobler, 'Analytical Cartography', American Cartographer, 1976, 3, 1, 21-31
4. Christopher Board, 'Cartographic Communication', Cartographica, 1981, 18, 2, 42-78
5. Denis Wood and John Fels, 'Designs on Signs-Myth and Meaning in Maps', Cartographica, 1984, 23, 3, 54-103
6. J. Brian Harley, 'Deconstructing the Map', Cartographica, 1989, 26, 2, 1-20
7. David Harvey, 'The Time and Space of the Enlightenment Project', The Condition of Postmodernity (Blackwell, 1989), pp. 240-59
8. I. Vasiliev, S. Freundschuh, D. M. Mark, G. D. Theisen, and J. McAvoy, 'What is a Map?', Cartographic Journal, 1990, 27, 119-23
9. Bruno Latour, 'Visualisation and Cognition: Drawing Things Together', in M. Lynch and S. Woolgar (eds.), Representation in Scientific Practice (MIT Press, 1990), pp. 19-68
10. Matthew H. Edney, 'Cartography Without "Progress": Reinterpreting the Nature and Historical Development of Mapmaking', Cartographica, 1993, 30, 2-3, 54-68
11. Christian Jacob, 'Towards a Cultural Theory of Cartography', Imago Mundi, 1996, 48, 191-8
12. Alan M. MacEachren and Menno-Jan Kraak, 'Exploratory Cartographic Visualization: Advancing the Agenda', Computers & Geosciences, 1997, 23, 4, 335-43
13. James M. Blaut, David Stea, Christopher Spencer, and Mark Blades, 'Mapping as a Cultural and Cognitive Universal', Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 2003, 93, 1, 165-85
14. Denis Wood, 'Cartography is Dead (Thank God!)', Cartographic Perspectives, 2003, 45, 4-7
15. Tom Koch, 'The Map as Intent: Variations on the Theme of John Snow', Cartographica, 2004, 39, 4, 1-14
16. Vincent J. Del Casino and Stephen P. Hanna, 'Beyond the "Binaries": A Methodological Intervention for Interrogating Maps as Representational Practices', ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies, 2006, 4, 1, 34-56
17. D. R. Fraser Taylor and Sebastien Caquard, 'Cybercartography: Maps and Mapping in the Information Era', Cartographica, 2006, 41, 1, 1-5
18. Rob Kitchin and Martin Dodge, 'Rethinking Maps', Progress in Human Geography, 2007, 31, 3, 331-44
19. Veronica della Dora, 'Performative Atlases: Memory, Materiality, and (Co-)Authorship', Cartographica, 2009, 44, 4, 240-55
20. Roger M. Downs, 'Coming of Age in the Geospatial Revolution: The Geographic Self Re-Defined', Human Development, 2014, 57, 35-57

Volume II
21. Erwin Raisz, 'Relief Features', General Cartography (McGraw-HilI, 1948), pp. 103-14
22. John Q. Stewart, 'The Use and Abuse of Map Projections', Geographical Review, 1943, 33, 4, 589-604
23. S. W. Boggs, 'Cartohypnosis', Scientific Monthly, 1947, 64, 6, 469-76
24. George F. Jenks, 'Generalization in Statistical Mapping', Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 1963, 53, 1, 15-26
25. Judith A. Tyner, 'Persuasive Cartography', Journal of Geography, July-Aug. 1982, 140-4
26. David Woodward, 'The Image of the Spherical Earth', Perspecta, 1989, 25, 2-15
27. John B. Krygier, 'Cartography as an Art and a Science?', Cartographic Journal, 1995, 32, 1, 3-10
28. Cynthia A. Brewer, 'Guidelines for Selecting Colors for Diverging Schemes on Maps', Cartographic Journal, 1996, 33, 79-86
29. Jeremy W. Crampton, 'Interactivity Types in Geographic Visualization', Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 2002, 29, 2, 85-98
30. Daniel R. Montello, 'Cognitive Map-Design Research in the Twentieth Century: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches', Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 2002, 29, 3, 283-304
31. Mei-Po Kwan, 'Feminist Visualization: Re-envisioning GIS as a Method in Feminist Geographic Research', Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 2002, 92, 645-61
32. Andre Skupin and Sara I. Fabrikant, 'Spatialization Methods: A Cartographic Research Agenda for Non-Geographic Information Visualization', Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 2003, 30, 2, 95-115
33. Denis Cosgrove, 'Maps, Mapping, Modernity: Art and Cartography in the Twentieth Century', Imago Mundi, 2005, 57, 1, 35-54
34. Mark Monmonier, 'Lying with Maps', Statistical Science, 2005, 20, 3, 215-22
35. Danny Dorling, Anna Barford, and Mark Newman, 'WORLDMAPPER: The World as You've Never Seen It Before', IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, 2006, 12, 5, 757-62
36. Alison Barnes, 'Geo/Graphic Mapping', Cultural Geographies, 2007, 14, 139-47
37. Margaret W. Pearce, 'Framing the Days: Place and Narrative in Cartography', Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 2008, 35, 1, 17-32
38. Alexander Kent, 'Topographic Maps: Methodological Approaches for Analyzing Cartographic Style', Journal of Map & Geography Libraries, 2009, 5, 131-56
39. Margaret Wickens Pearce, 'The Last Piece is You', Cartographic Journal, 2014, 51, 2, 107-22

Volume III
40. Waldo R. Tobler, 'Automation and Cartography', Geographical Review, 1959, 49, 4, 526-34
41. J. C. Robertson, 'The SYMAP Programme for Computer Mapping', Cartographic Journal, 1967, 4, 108-13
42. Alan M. MacEachren, 'The Evolution of Computer Mapping and its Implications for Geography', Journal of Geography, 1987, 86, 3, 100-8
43. Phillip C. Muehrcke, 'Cartography and Geographic Information Systems', Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, 1990, 17, 1, 7-15
44. Keith C. Clarke, 'Maps and Mapping Technology of the Persian Gulf War', Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, 1992, 19, 2, 80-7
45. William Cartwright, 'Extending the Map Metaphor Using Web Delivered Multimedia', International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 1999, 13, 4, 335-53
46. Michael F. Goodchild, 'Cartographic Futures on a Digital Earth', Cartographic Perspective, 2000, 36, 3-11
47. John Pickles, 'Cartography, Digital Transitions and Questions of History', Cartographic Perspectives, 2000, 37, 4-18
48. J. Rod, F. Ormeling, and C. Van Elzakker, 'An Agenda for Democratising Cartographic Visualisation', Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, 2001, 55, 1, 38-41
49. John Cloud, 'American Cartographic Transformations During the Cold War', Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 2002, 29, 3, 261-82
50. Liqiu Meng, 'Egocentric Design of Map-based Mobile Services', Cartographic Journal, 2005, 42, 1, 5-13
51. Michael F. Goodchild, 'Citizens as Sensors: The World of Volunteered Geography', GeoJournal, 2007, 69, 4, 211-21
52. Georg Gartner, David A. Bennett, and Takashi Morita, 'Towards Ubiquitous Cartography', Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 2007, 34, 4, 247-57
53. Michael T. Jones, 'Google's Geospatial Organizing Principle', IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, July/Aug. 2007, 8-13
54. Matthew A. Zook and Mark Graham, 'Mapping DigiPlace: Geocoded Internet Data and the Representation of Place', Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 2007, 34, 466-82
55. Tom Geller, 'Imaging the World: The State of Online Mapping', IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, Mar./Apr. 2007, 8-13
56. T. Thielmann, '"You Have Reached Your Destination!" Position, Positioning and Superpositioning of Space Through Car Navigation Systems', Social Geography, 2007, 2, 63-75
57. Mordechai Haklay and Patrick Weber, 'OpenStreetMap: User-Generated Street Maps', IEEE Pervasive Computing, 2008, 7, 4, 12-18
58. Jeremy W. Crampton, 'Cartography: Maps 2.0', Progress in Human Geography, 2009, 33, 1, 91-100

Volume IV: People and Politics
59. J. Brian Harley, 'The Map as Biography: Thoughts on Ordnance Survey Map, Six-Inch Sheet Devonshire CIX, SE, Newton Abbot', The Map Collector, 1987, 41, 18-20
60. Robert A. Rundstrom, 'Mapping, Postmodernism, Indigenous People and the Changing Direction of North American Cartography', Cartographica, 1991, 28, 2, 1-12
61. Benedict Anderson, 'Census, Map, Museum', Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism (Verso, 1991), pp. 167-90
62. Benjamin Orlove, 'The Ethnography of Maps: The Cultural and Social Contexts of Cartographic Representation in Peru', Cartographica, 1993, 30, 29-46
63. Peter Vujakovic and M. H. Matthews, 'Contorted, Folded, Torn: Environmental Values, Cartographic Representation and the Politics of Disability', Disability & Society, 1994, 9, 359-74
64. Thomas J. Bassett, 'Cartography and Empire Building in Nineteenth-Century West Africa', Geographical Review, 1994, 84, 3, 316-35
65. Nancy L. Peluso, 'Whose Woods Are These? Counter-Mapping Forest Territories in Kalimantan, Indonesia', Antipode, 1995, 27, 383-406
66. David Crouch David Matless, 'Refiguring Geography: Parish Maps of Common Ground', Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 1996, 21, 236-55
67. Matthew Sparke, 'A Map that Roared and an Original Atlas: Canada, Cartography, and Narration of Nation', Annals of the Association of American Cartographer, 1998, 88, 3, 463-95
68. Michael Biggs, 'Putting the State on the Map: Cartography, Territory, and European State Formation', Comparative Studies in Society and History, 1999, 41, 2, 374-405
69. Jeremy W. Crampton, 'Cartographic Rationality and the Politics of Geosurveillance and Security', Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 2003, 30, 2, 135-48
70. Robert M. Edsall, 'Iconic Maps in American Political Discourse', Cartographica, 2007, 42, 4, 335-47
71. Chris Perkins, 2008, 'Cultures of Map Use', Cartographic Journal, 2008, 45, 2, 150-8
72. Sebastien Caquard and Claire Dormann, 'Humorous Maps: Explorations of an Alternative Cartography', Cartography and Geographic Society Journal, 2008, 35, 1, 51-64
73. Mike Parker, 'Introduction', Map Addict (Collins, 2009), pp. 1-9
74. Susan Schulten, 'The Cartography of Slavery and the Authority of Statistics', Civil War History, 2010, 56, 1, 5-32
75. Jason Farman, 'Mapping the Digital Empire: Google Earth and the Process of Postmodern Cartography', New Media & Society, 2010, 20, 10, 1-19
76. Samuel Merrill, 'The London Underground Diagram: Between Palimpsest and Canon', London Journal, 2013, 38, 3, 245-64


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