1. Cartography and Its Discontents
  2. Matthew H. Edney
  3. pp. 9-13
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  1. This Is Not about Old Maps
  2. Denis Wood
  3. pp. 14-17
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  1. “Snapshots of a Moving Target”: Harley/Foucault/Colonialism
  2. Daniel Clayton
  3. pp. 18-23
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  1. Reflections on J.B. Harley’s: “Deconstructing the Map”
  2. John Krygier
  3. pp. 24-27
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  1. Harley and Friday Harbor: A Conversation with John Pickles
  2. Jeremy Crampton, Matthew W. Wilson, Lindsay Shade
  3. pp. 28-36
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  1. Reflecting on J.B. Harley’s Influence and What He Missed in “Deconstructing the Map”
  2. Martin Dodge, Chris Perkins
  3. pp. 37-40
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  1. Tracing the Map in the Age of Web 2.0
  2. Wen Lin
  3. pp. 41-44
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  1. Still Deconstructing the Map: Microfinance Mapping and the Visual Politics of Intimate Abstraction
  2. Sarah Elwood
  3. pp. 45-49
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  1. Deconstructing the Map after 25 Years: Furthering Engagements with Social Theory
  2. Leila M. Harris
  3. pp. 50-53
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  1. Looking “Beyond” Power?: J.B. Harley’s Legacy and the Powers of Cartographic World-Making
  2. Reuben Rose-Redwood
  3. pp. 54-57
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  1. Introduction: The Limits to Deconstructing the Map
  2. Reuben Rose-Redwood
  3. pp. 1-8
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