Decoding the sometimes subjective nature of maps

04/3/2013 | Atlantic Cities, The

It's important to remember that maps sometimes reflect the viewpoints of the people who created them, according to Laura Kurgan, author of the book "Close Up at a Distance." "Maps are arguments, just like a piece of written journalism is an argument," said Kurgan, an associate professor of architecture at Columbia University.

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