Here and there over the years I've come across interesting podcasts and taped lectures (sometimes audio only, sometimes with video) on particular mapmakers or map themes in thie history of cartography. Does anyone know of a good list of these? Or just know of an example or two you'd like to share? I've been thinking that these might be fun resources to incorporate into cartographic history courses that must continue online for the foreseeable future.
A couple to get the list started:
John W. Hessler, "Thoreau, His Maps, and His Image of Nature" (2009), talk at the Osher Map Library: https://web.archive.org/web/20150917132036/http://blogs.usm.maine.edu/publicaffairs/archives/1481
Mark Monmonier, Susan Schulten, Ward Kaiser, and Allen Carroll, "Maps as Propaganda" (2001), The Kojo Nnamdi Show, NPR: https://thekojonnamdishow.org/shows/2001-06-04/maps-propaganda
Dept of History