What will I learn?

Overview

How can we make maps to aid in our personal endeavors?

Maps are everywhere. So much so, that we take our map mindset for granted. This class cracks open what that mindset is and how it can be used for purposes beyond geography. Students will experiment with their own mapmaking endeavors and learn about a variety of cartographic traditions. Ultimately, students will use mapping to exercise design skills in the service of memory and aspiration. The class is inspired by Stanford's own Rumsey Map Center, one of the best private map collections in the world.

Learn With

Teaching Team

Seamus Harte
Lecturer, Stanford d.school

Charlotte Thun-Hohenstein
Stanford History Department

FAQs

Any questions?

Who do I contact with questions?

Charlotte at char23th@stanford.edu

Details

  • Fall 2018

  • No Credit

  • Friday, Nov. 9th, 10a-5p

  • Location: Stanford Campus - Meyer Green, Rumsey Map Center and Tresidder

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