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Music by Tarabeat.
- What is ‘This is Not an Atlas’?
- What traditional cartographies erase
- The relationship between maps and power
- When do maps work?
- Examples of Alarm Phone and Indigenous mapping
- How to become an occasional cartographer
- Discussion of: Is This Is Not an Atlas an Atlas? On the Pitfalls of Editing a Global Collection of Counter-Cartographies
- How can cartography help us understand our relationship to nature?
- What is hydrocartography?
- Manual of collective mapping by iconoclasistas
- Counterpoints: A San Francisco Bay Area Atlas of Displacement & Resistance by Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
- Weaponizing Maps: Indigenous Peoples and Counterinsurgency in the Americas by Joe Bryan and Denis Wood
- Forensic Architecture: Violence at the Threshold of Detectability by Eyal Weizman
- The Natures of Maps: Cartographic Constructions of the Natural World by Denis Wood and John Fels