Friday, October 27, 2006

William Bunge's Nuclear War Atlas

I got a photograph of this fascinating poster done. A dense argument of graphics and text.

This analysis was turned into a book length treatise published in 1988. (Second hand copies of the book are available.)



Anonymous Dalynda, GEOG student said...

Thank you! I have found it hard to find this.

12:56 PM  
Blogger bigdog said...

you should really meet the author. i spent 10 days 2 different times.
his mind is like a geograpy mouse trap. if you get caught in it is not a pleasure. he is the bad boy of geography and the u.s. government. he was asked relocate in a different country.

5:07 PM  
Anonymous ma said...


Mr. Bunge used to live close to my home in Quebec, Canada in a little city named Arthabaska. Do you know where he is located now, they moved from the town few years ago.

With regards,

12:28 AM  
Blogger martin said...

hi, no sorry I have no contact details for Bill Bunge.


4:01 AM  
Blogger JW said...

I am happy to see Bill Bunge's work has relevance to the current generation and to those with a visceral interest in exploration of humanity. My association with him was during the Toronto Geographical Expedition. When I moved to Quebec he and his family moved shortly afterwards. I have lost track of Bill since several years but would like to know about his current whereabouts. I have some correspondence from him on his work on a book called "Geography: The Innocent Science". Any information, comments or questions can be addressed to me personally.

1:55 PM  

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