11.1.13: Mapping and Its Discontents: Conversations

Participants at our November 1 Mapping and Its Discontents symposium, both in person and virtually on Twitter, held lively discussions about maps, legibility, equity, and human perception. Geographers, cartographers, data visualization professionals, urban designers, writers, and poets were among the diverse attendees of this event, sponsored by the Global Urban Humanities Initiative and presented in partnership with the David Brower Center. Below is an archive of Twitter activity before, during, and after this symposium, shown in chronological order. Scroll through the tweets to see how the discussion progressed.