Mapping modes , methods and moments : a manifesto for map studies

  title={Mapping modes , methods and moments : a manifesto for map studies},
  author={Martin Dodge and Chris Perkins},
By way of conclusion to Rethinking Maps we want to set out a manifesto for map studies for the coming decade. Its goal is to generate ideas and enthusiasm for scholarship that advances our understanding of the philosophical underpinnings of maps, and also enhances the practices of mapping. This is not a call for ever more introspective intellectual navel gazing about maps. Instead it traces routes and methods that might help people to do mapping differently and more productively, in ways that… CONTINUE READING

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