Atlas of the Invisible: Behind the Maps

As part of the educational materials created alongside Atlas of the Invisible, I was fortunate to sit down with Kit Rackley for a wide ranging conversation about some of the themes that emerged from the book.

We’ve broken down this conversation into a series of shorter videos, which can be watched in isolation and embedded in your own resources if you wish.

Kit and I also discussed the risks that maps of the climate crisis might be triggers for climate anxiety and the aspects of geography I would like to see more of in the classroom.


The power of narrative in mapping

What can mapping light levels tell us? And what are the responsibilities of the map maker?

The power of maps…and their consequences

The influence of W.E.B. Du Bois

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