lecture: When politics meet maps there is no right
A light hearted look at how digital maps have changed the way that we represent political boundary disputes.
At any point in time there are over 200 political boundary disputes. How they are represented on digital maps is in itself highly politicised. This talk will explore:
- changes from paper to digital
- the politics of digital mapping
- the wisdom of the crowd
- how some recent disputes have been resolved
- possible models of resolution for digital mappers