Author Archives: Shefali Kamilla

Map of the Week

  Have you ever considered how the 7.8 billion people or rather the (7.5 billion when this map was created in 2017) are dispersed throughout the world? This map called “The Earth Divided In 10 Zones of Equal Population” does … Continue reading

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Blog of the Week

https://www.wired.com/category/maplab/  I chose this blog Map Lab on wired.com because it contains an interesting combination of many different types of maps. It uses maps as a jumping off point for discussions of present issues and important current events. Through the … Continue reading

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Atlas of the Week

I chose Strange Maps: An Atlas of Cartographic Curiosities by Frank Jacobs for this week because I think it pairs really well with our class discussions. The Atlas questions the confines of what it means to be a map. Additionally, … Continue reading

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