Map Critiques: Monise, Do-Hyeong, Louie
- Optional [on feminist histories of affective cartography]: Giuliana Bruno, “Art of Mapping” In An Atlas of Emotions: Journeys in Art, Architecture, and Film (New York: Verso, 2002): 205-245 – focus on 210-15, 232-5.
- Mei-Po Kwan, “Affecting Geospatial Technologies: Toward a Feminist Politics of Emotion,” The Professional Geographer 59:1 (2007): 22-34.
- You can choose to read about either smell maps or sound maps:
- Sybille Lammes, Kate McLean, and Chris Perkins, “Mapping the Quixotic Volatility of Smellscapes: A Trialogue,” in Sybille Lammes, Chris Perkins, Alex Gekker, Sam Hind, Clancy Wilmott, and Daniel Evans, eds., Time for Mapping: Cartographic Temporalities (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2018): 50-90 [experimental design with lots of images].
- Samuel Thulin, “Sound Maps Matter: Expanding Cartophony,” Social & Cultural Geography 19:2 (2018): 192-210.
- Check out the various sound maps at Cities and Memory, London Sound Survey, and Radio Aporee – and explore the affective maps at Good City Life.
- Danielle Quercia, Luca Maria Aiello, and Rossano Schifanella, “Mapping Towards a Good City Life,” Journal of Urban Design and Mental Health 3:3 (2017) [connecting affect to cognitive mapping].
- Optional: This American Life 110: Mapping (1998)
Lab: Sensory Mapping – more info here
Stuart C. Aitken & James Craine, “Affective Geovisualizations,” Directions Magazine (2006) [on film and video games as conduits for affect]; *Isobel Anderson, “Soundmapping Beyond the Grid: Alternative Cartographies of Sound,” Journal of Sonic Studies 11 (August 2015); Jennifer Arnott, “Tactile Maps and Teaching Maps Skills,” Perkins School for the Blind eLearning (May 31, 2018); William J. Broad, “A Rising Tide of Noise Is Now Easy to See,” New York Times (December 10, 2012) + National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Cetacean & Sound Mapping; Sébastien Caquard & D.R. Fraser Taylor, “What Is Cinematic Cartography?” The Cartographic Journal 46:1 (2009): 5-8; Tom Conley, Cartographic Cinema (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2007); Cindy Dampier, “Chicago Stinks, Especially in Summer: Find Out What Your Neighborhood Smells Like,” Chicago Tribune (July 27, 2018); Catherine D’Ignazio and Lauren F. Klein, “Feminist Data Visualization,” IEEE Vis (2016); Milena Droumeva, “Soundmapping as Critical Cartography: Engaging Publics in Listening to the Environment,” Communication and the Public 2:4 (2017): 335-51; Jonathan Flatley, “Affective Mapping” In Affective Mapping: Melancholia and the Politics of Modernism (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2008): 76-84; Jen Jack Gieseking, “Operating Anew: Queering GIS with Good Enough Software,” The Canadian Geographer 62:1 (2018): 55-66; *Jessica Hamilton, “Tactile Map Tile: Working Toward Inclusive Cartography,” ASLA 2017 Student Awards (2017); Victoria Henshaw, Urban Smellscapes: Understanding and Designing City Smell Environments (New York: Routledge, 2014); “Mapping Sound,” National Park Service; Shannon Mattern, “Infrastructural Tourism,” Places (July 2013); Kate McLean, “Emotion, Location and the Senses: A Virtual Dérive Smell Map of Paris,” Out of Control, Proceedings of the International Design and Emotion Conference, London, 2012; Christian Nold, biomapping; Gascia Ouzounian, “Acoustic Mapping: Notes from the Interface” in Matthew Gandy & BJ Nilsen, Eds., The Acoustic City (Berlin: Jovis, 2014): 164-73; OWjL Summer Program, “Sensory Mapping,” Mapping Weird Stuff (2009); Eric Rodenbeck, “Introducing the Atlas of Emotions, Our New Project with the Dalai Lama and Paul & Eve Ekman,” Medium (April 26, 2016) + Nicolette Hayes’ post + Paul Ekman’s Atlas of Emotions; Tania Rossetto, “The Skin of the Map: Viewing Cartography Through Tactile Empathy,” Environment and Planning D [online first] (2018): 1-21; “The Trouble With Sound Maps,” London Sound Survey (May 25, 2015); Jacqueline Waldock, “Soundmapping: Critiques and Reflections on This New Publicly Engaging Medium,” Journal of Sonic Studies 1:1 (October 2011); David Weimer, “To Touch a Sighted World: Tactile Maps in the Early Nineteenth Century,” Winterthur Portfolio 51: 2/3 (2017): 135-58.
WOMEN IN CARTOGRAPHY: Laura Bliss, “The Hidden Histories of Maps Made by Women: Early North America,” The Atlantic City Lab (March 21, 2016) [multi-part series]; Christine E. Dando, Women and Cartography in the Progressive Era (Routledge, 2018); Judith Tyner, “Mapping Women: Scholarship on Women in the History of Cartography,” Terrae Incognitae 48:1 (April 2016): 7-14.