Mapping inequality: Redlining in New Deal America. As you explore the materials in Mapping Inequality, you will quickly encounter descriptions of the “infiltration” of what were quite often described as “subversive,” “undesirable,” “inharmonious,” or “lower grade” populations, for they are everywhere in the Home Owner’s Loan Corporation (HOLC) archive. By bringing study of HOLC into the digital realm, Mapping Inequality embraces a big data approach that can simultaneously give a national view of the program or a neighborhood-level assessment of the 1930s real estate rescue, in the hope that the public will be able to understand the effects of federal housing policy and local implementation in their own communities.
Native land. An interactive map of Indigenous territories, treaties, and languages. The authors strive to map Indigenous lands in a way that changes, challenges, and improves the way people see history and the present day.
Mapping contemporary challenges to island Hul’Qumi’Num People’s territories. This website presents a series of interactive maps illustrating the ongoing challenges to the exercise of land, resource and governance rights from development and conservation efforts within Hul’qumi’num peoples territory.
SLAB critical cartography. A website collection of examples of critical cartography and counter mapping.
Decolonizing Native Space. A story map that explores Indigenous spatiality and the potentials and limitations of GIS to represent decolonized understandings of our world.
Maps as Tools, Symbols, Narratives. A story map that examines the history of mapping in Canada including the emergence of Indigenous counter-mapping.