Author Archives: William Tune

Atlas of the Week-Atlas of World War II

The Atlas of the Week is a solid and necessary choice for study in our class The Rhetorical Lives of Maps. My pick is the National Geographic Atlas of World War II: History’s Greatest Conflict Revealed Through Rare Wartime Maps and … Continue reading

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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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