WEBINAR | Critical cartography and collective mapping: (g)local practices

NOT-AN-ATLAS | Critical cartography and collective mapping: (g)local practices
[Keynotes and workshop with kollektiv OrangoTango]

// Online | 14.30 – 17.00 (+1 GMT)

– KEYNOTE LECTURES: Paul Schweizer

– Introduction and coordination: Prof. Salvatore Pappalardo (UniPD)


Based on a long tradition of counter-cartographies from the fields of art, science and political activism, we use the power of maps to make marginalized perspectives visible. Collective mapping is a playful tool to take a joint look at spatial structures and processes, to question power and power relations and to develop perspectives for emancipatory approaches.

Organized within the course on Geovisualization and Territorial Changes: Digital Earth and PGIS

[Kick-Off Seminar of the International Joint Master’s degree in Erasmus Mundus Joint Master on Climate Change and Diversity: Sustainable Territorial Development (CCD–STeDe)]