All posts tagged Geography

Josie Sajbel, Sun and Sets

Learning Cartography; or, a Gallery of Awesome Maps

Exploring family farms, racial inequality, sea monsters, and much more, student mapmakers gain new understandings of place.

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From Lines to Stories: New Visualizations of Syria’s Borders

The Mapping Borders project rethinks Syria’s borders, adding individual experiences and stories to the “line.”

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Can Environmental Thinking Help Solve Gerrymandering?

Paying renewed attention to culture, history, and environment can help us confront the problem of gerrymandering and draw electoral districts that make sense.

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Review Essay: Taking the Long View

Two new books in history and geography remind scholars to think on the large scale—both in time and space.

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