PLEASE NOTE that today was originally dedicated to our Critical Cartography lesson; we’ve swapped our October 10 and October 17 lessons so we can accommodate today’s guest speaker.
Guest: 4-5pm: Amir Sheikh, ORISE Research Fellow, US Forest Service Environmental Anthropologist, University of Washington
- Margaret Wickens Pearce and Renee Pualani Louis, “Mapping Indigenous Depth of Place,” American Indian Culture and Research Journal 32:3 (2008): 107-26.
- Ray P. Norris & Bill Yidumduma Harney, “Songlines and Navigation in Wardaman and Other Australian Aboriginal Cultures,” Journal of Astronomical History and Heritage 17:2 (2014): 141-8.
- Briefly explore some sample projects:
- Jason Pellegrino, “Experience the Songlines of Uluru with Google Maps Street View and Story Spheres,” Google Maps Blog (June 7, 2017).
- Check out LandMark: Global Platform of Indigenous and Community Lands, Pan Inuit Trails, and the Ground Truth Initiative.
- Patricio González Vivo and Jen Lowe, “Guayupia,” The Map Is Not IV (2017).
- Lisa Poggiali, “Seeing (from) Digital Peripheries: Technology and Transparency in Kenya’s Silicon Savannah,” Cultural Anthropology 31:1 (August 2016).
- Many more examples in the Supplemental Resources below!
Nabil Ahmed, “Land Rights: Counter-Mapping West Papua,” continent. 4:4 (2015); *Sunitha Chari, “Mapping Back: A Workshop on Counter Mapping Resource Conflicts on Indigenous Homelands,” Transformations to Sustainability (December 4, 2017); Decolonial Atlas; Ceridwen Dovey, “The Mapping of Massacres,” The New Yorker (December 6, 2017); Gwilyn Lucas Eades, Maps and Memes: Redrawing Culture, Place, and Identity in Indigenous Communities (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015); Julianna A. Hazlewood and the Communities of La Chiquita and Guadualito, “Court Issues Ruling in World’s First ‘Rights of Nature’ Lawsuit,” Intercontinental Cry (February 16, 2017); History of Cartography Volume 2: three volumes on traditional cartographies; Dallas Hunt and Shaun A. Stevenson, “Decolonizing Geographies of Power: Indigenous Digital Counter-Mapping Practices on Turtle Island,” Settler Colonial Studies (2016); Mishuana Goeman, Mark My Words: Native Women Mapping Our Nations (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2013); Illinois State Museum, Native American Mapping Traditions; Karin Amimoto Ingersoll, Waves of Knowing: A Seascape Epistemology (Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2016); G. Malcolm Lewis, Ed., Cartographic Encounters: Perspectives on Native American Mapmaking and Map Use (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998); Renee Pualani Lois, with Moana Kahele, Kanaka Hawai’I Cartography: Hula, Navigation, and Oratory (Portland: Oregon State University, 2017); *Rachel Olson, Jeffrey Hackett & Steven DeRoy, “Mapping the Digital Terrain: Towards Indigenous Geographic Information and Spatial Data Quality Indicators for Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Land-Use Data Collection,” The Cartographic Journal 53:4 (2016); Gina Dawn Richard, “Radical Cartographies: Relational Epistemologies and Principles for Successful Indigenous Cartographic Praxis,” Dissertation, University of Arizona, 2015; Eva Salinas, with Sébastien Caquard, “The Politics of Making Maps,” Canadian International Council (November 12, 2014); Teresa Scassa, Nate J. Engler & D.R. Fraser Taylor, “Legal Issues in Mapping Traditional Knowledge: Cartography in the Canadian North,” The Cartographic Journal 52:1 (2015): 41-50; “Singing the Country to Life,” ABC (July 3, 2016); Jota Stamper, “Toward an Epistemology of the Form of the Informal City: Mapping the Process of Informal City-Making,” Informal Settlements Research ISR (July 7, 2012); Sam Sturgis, “Kids in India are Sparking Urban Planning Changes by Mapping Slums,” The Atlantic’s CityLab (February 19, 2015); UCLA, Mapping Indigenous LA; Helen Watson, “Aboriginal-Australian Maps,” Maps Are Territories; Jeffrey Yoo Warren, “Grassroots Mapping: Tools for Participatory and Activist Cartography,” Masters Thesis, MIT, 2010; Margaret Wickens Pearce, “The Last Piece Is You,” The Cartographic Journal 51:2 (2014): 107-22; Denis Wood, “The Outside Critique: Indigenous Mapping” In Rethinking the Power of Maps (New York: Guilford Press, 2010): 129-142. ↑