By: D Turnbull and H Watson
66 pages, 4 colour plates, 80 b/w illus
The metaphor of the map is a powerful one, but what maps are and how they relate to the territory and structure of our thinking are complex issues. This book explores Australian Aboriginal, Inuit, American Indian, Micronesian and early Western maps in order to throw light on the relationship between maps, knowledge and power. Reprint edition.
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