Introduction: indigenous cartographies and counter-mapping

Renee Pualani Louis*, Jay T. Johnson, Albertus Hadi Pramono

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Renee Pualani Louis is a Hawaiian woman and graduate of the University of Hawai‘i Geography Department. She is an Indigenous cartographer passionate about Hawaiian storied place names, cross-cultural ethical research standards, and advocating the integration of Indigenous spatial knowledge systems with Western geosciences. She volunteers with the Hawai‘i Board on Geographic Names and is co-chair of the Indigenous Peoples Specialty Group of the Association of American Geographers, secretary of the Indigenous Peoples Knowledges and Rights Commission of the International Geographic Union, and Adjunct Research Associate at the University of Kansas Institute for Policy and Social Research. She also owns a small business, Pacific Data Digitizing, that specializes in merging Indigenous wisdom of place with technological innovation.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)77-79
Number of pages3
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2012


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