Countermapping: New South Wales and Southeast Asia

  title={Countermapping: New South Wales and Southeast Asia},
  author={D. Byrne},
  journal={Transforming Cultures eJournal},
  • D. Byrne
  • Published 2008
  • History
  • Transforming Cultures eJournal
Taking Back the Map In the course of the last fifteen years there has been a heightened awareness of the power of maps (e.g., Harley 2001, Monmonier 1991, Wood 1992). Recent critical cartography has addressed itself to the question of how reality is distorted by the two dimension nature of maps. There has been increasing attention to which interests in society are spoken for by maps, in asking who gets left off maps and way they are left off. This emergent critical tradition in geography has… Expand
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