Welcome to GeoCurrents map repository featuring several of our mapping projects:
- Nearly 300 unique maps depicting a wide range of geopolitical issues, economic and social development indices, demographic indicators, and electoral results, created by GeoCurrents author Martin Lewis. GDP growth in different regions of China? Murder rates in Mexico or Brazil? Per capita tea or coffee consumption in different countries? The distribution of Turkic languages? We’ve got it all mapped! These maps are now searchable by country and by topic.
- Maps of languages of the Caucasus region, known as “the mountain of tongues”. In collaboration with Stanford cartographer Jake Coolidge and linguist Asya Pereltsvaig, two maps have been created, one of the Caucasus region as a whole and the other one of Dagestan, one of the world’s most linguistically diverse areas.
- The Demic Atlas, a non-state-based series of maps of global social and economic development. These demic maps are offered as a complement to the familiar division of the world into sovereign countries—a topic that lies at the core of GeoCurrents’ conceptual concerns.