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Dave Imus: How Paper Maps Enrich Our Lives: A Cultural History of Cartography

November 16, 2016
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Join the Department of Geography and the Museum of Natural and Cultural History in welcoming Cartographer Dave Imus to give a talk entitled “How Paper Maps Enrich Our Lives: A Cultural History of Cartography” at 3pm in the┬áMuseum of Natural and Cultural History.

Even as the digital age unfolds, national award-winning cartographer Dave Imus believes paper maps are here to stay. Join him as he explores the art, science, and life-enriching potential of cartography, from ancient times to the twenty-first century, and learn why he thinks Oregon is an especially great place to be a cartographer.