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Evenki Atlas

"In every part of life, be it material or cultural, there are reflections of relationship between the Evenki and nature. This relationship that was formed and reformed across centuries was a basis for general understanding for justice, traditions and moral guidelines....

Los Mapas y El Estado

Bernard Nietschmann: “se ha usurpado más territorio indígena por medio de mapas que por medio de armas y más territorio indígena puede ser recuperado y defendido a punta de mapas que de armas”. Tómese un tiempo para leer este artículo que explora la aparición de mapas...

Mapeando el Cuerpo-Territorio

Pensamos el cuerpo como nuestro primer territorio y al territorio lo reconocemos en nuestros cuerpos: cuando se violentan los lugares donde habitamos se afectan nuestros cuerpos, cuando se afectan nuestros cuerpos se violentan los lugares donde habitamos....

El desprecio por las vidas mapuche

Este artículo de Claudio Alvarado Lincopi, Enrique Antileo y Fernando Pairican apareció en Le Monde diplomatique en diciembre de 2018.  Es un breve artículo espanol que puedes leer aquí. Nuestros camaradas mapuche en Chile se han visto tristemente afectados por el...

JUDICIAL PRESSURE ON THE COTIC OF CUETZALAN

SE MANIFIESTAN INDÍGENAS DE CUETZALAN ANTE LA PGR EN PUEBLA POR ACOSO AL COTIC INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF CUETZALAN APPEAR BEFORE THE PGR IN PUEBLA FOR HARASSMENT OF THE COTIC Click here to find out more

Zuni Counter Mapping Video

Click here for a beautiful 10 minute video about this inspiring project. In an effort to help reclaim his region for his people, Jim Enote, a Zuni farmer and the director of the A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center in New Mexico, has organised a unique project...

You Probably Never Heard About – Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women

Congratulations to MappingBack Steering committee member Annita Lucchesi for the attention her work has generated for the hundreds of cases of missing and murdered Indigenous women that go unreported, uninvestigated and/or ignored by the media. Check out this 8-minute...

Philippe Rekacewicz – Video Interview

PHILIPPE REKACEWICZ Philippe Rekacewicz est un géographe, cartographe et journaliste. Diplômé de géographie à l’Université de Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne), il devient collaborateur au Monde diplomatique entre 1988 et 2014. De 1996 à 2008, il dirige en parallèle le...

Funding Announcment

-Version English- Dear workshop participants, We are pleased to announce mappingback.org’s premier round of project funding. If you are interested in project funding please click on the link below to fill out the online application. Maximum award $1500 CDN Submission...

CONTRA LA GEOPOLÍTICA DE LA MUERTE

Lea por favor la siguiente llamada a los geógrafos enviados por nuestros colegas en Wallmapu, territorios mapuche en el sur de Chile. CONTRA LA GEOPOLÍTICA DE LA MUERTE El 14 de noviembre, en la comunidad mapuche de Temucuicui Tradicional, Camilo Catrillanca recibió...

AGAINST A GEOPOLITICS OF DEATH

Please read the following call to geographers sent from our colleagues in Wallmapu, Mapuche territories in the South of Chile. AGAINST A GEOPOLITICS OF DEATH On November 14th in the Mapuche community of Temucuicui Traditional, Camilo Catrillanca was shot in the head...

Mappingback.org interview Philippe Rekacewicz

PHILIPPE REKACEWICZ Philippe Rekacewicz est un géographe, cartographe et journaliste. Diplômé de géographie à l’Université de Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne), il devient collaborateur au Monde diplomatique entre 1988 et 2014. De 1996 à 2008, il dirige en parallèle le...

Zuni Artists Counter Mapping

"Jim Enote, a traditional Zuni farmer and director of the A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center, is working with Zuni artists to create maps that bring an indigenous voice and perspective back to the land, countering Western notions of place and geography and...

Humanitarian Aid Worker Scott Warren indicted on additional felony charge, facing up to 20 year sentence

Geographer, Scott D. Warren, was recently arrested and charged for giving food and water to two migrants in the west desert region near Cabeza Prieta, Arizona. Over the past summer, I had the pleasure of hearing Scott speak about his activist work and his impactful...

Funding / Financements / Financiamiento

-Version English- Dear workshop participants, We are pleased to announce mappingback.org’s premier round of project funding.  If you are interested in project funding please click on the link below to fill out the online application. Maximum award $1500 CDN Submission...

CICADA Funding, RA Position, and Atlas Development

-version english- We want to take this opportunity to let you know that we have secured some funding from CICADA to start developing the atlas. This means that we are looking to hire a new RA student to work on the atlas starting in September 2018 (see attached job...

Agenda & Particpants

Dear workshop participants, We are pleased to announce the preliminary event schedule and participants list for the Indigenous Cartographies of Extractive Conflicts workshop October 14th -16th at Concordia University in Montreal. Please see the links below for...