Tag Archives: William Bunge

The Nuclear War Atlas

I love the Nuclear War Atlas and its author, William Bunge.  Before him, I had never really thought of cartography as a tool for social justice.  I had really only associated it with dry historical narrative, interesting facts, or with propaganda, … Continue reading

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Bookish Asks

I came across the below asks on Tumblr, and I thought I’d go through them.  Some of them might be a bit difficult for me, since I don’t read very much fiction, so I might get a bit cheat-y at … Continue reading

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