“I left it open-ended like that in the article because I did not study it. But I did start writing down all the ways that women worked with me, and realized about half the people I worked with were women. One criticism of Indigenous mapping projects is that they are often mostly men working with men. But that wasn’t my experience with this project.”
New interview with Indigenous cartographer Margaret Pearce on the ups and downs of making the ‘Coming Home to Indigenous Place Names Map of Canada’. Link in bio for the full interview that’s up on the Data Feminism pub. Data Feminism – the book – is now available to purchase from MIT Press.