In this genre-queer meditation on mapping, Tori McCandless interrogates the colonial ramifications of the map while exploring processes of embodied and intertextual mapping that account for the interwoven histories of California’s coast. They ask: how can we know a place through touch and text?
A new interactive web map allows you to explore a reimagined geography of the United States based on socially connected commuter megaregions generated using big data.
A historian finds that making maps can be invaluable when tracing the paths of research subjects, and that ArcGIS can be a useful tool even for scholars with little formal training or experience in cartography.
A team from Audubon Alaska designs ecological maps to make us rethink our place in the arctic.
October 2016 recommendations from the Edge Effects editorial board.