Monthly Archives: February 2021

Map of the Week -William Tune

William Tune/ Blog Entry/ 2/19/21   “And Did Those Feet In Ancient Times…”   One of the most important aspects of maps is their vulnerability to bias. Maps are at all times created and viewed through the mapmaker and the … Continue reading

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Historical Atlas of the United States: With Original Maps

“Historical Atlas of the United States: With Original Maps” by Derek Hayes is the collection of more than five hundred historical maps from around the world. This Atlas book is the first one to tell the history of America’s past … Continue reading

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The World According to Americans 2012

  The map we will be discussing in today’s post is the “World According to the Americans, 2012” from the Atlas of Prejudice, a book and a website by artist and writer, Yanko Tsvetkov. This map shows a clear view … Continue reading

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