Books Consulting About Contact
  TheBook TheAuthor Praise Slideshow MyPlace  


Denis Wood, a former Professor of Design and Landscape Architecture at the College of Design at North Carolina State University, is the author of numerous books, including Weaponizing Maps: Indigenous Peoples and Counterinsurgency in the Americas, with Joe Bryan (Guilford Press, 2015), Everything Sings: Maps for a Narrative Atlas (Siglio Press, 2010; Second Edition, 2013), Rethinking the Power of Maps (Guildford Press, 2010), The Natures of Maps: Cartographic Constructions of the Natural World, with John Fels (University of Chicago Press, 2008); Making Maps: A Visual Guide to Map Design for GIS, with John Krygier (Guilford Press, 2005; Second Edition, 2011; Third Edition, 2016); Five Billion Years of Global Change: A History of the Land (Guilford Press, 2004); and Seeing through Maps: The Power of Images to Shape Our World View, with Ward L. Kaiser and Bob Abramms (ODT, 2001; Second Edition, 2005), The Power of Maps (Guilford Press, 1992), and, with Robert J. Beck, Home Rules (Johns Hopkins University Press, in association with the Center for American Places, 1994), which was designated one of the top 100 geography books of all time by the Royal Geographical Society. Wood also exhibits his artwork and lectures widely.







All content © GFT Publishing. All rights reserved. Cannot be reproduced without permission. Website designed by Morgan Pfaelzer.