TALKS AND CONFERENCES 

2019
July 29-31, 2019
"James Lovelock as a Map Thinker", Poster, James Lovelock Centenary Conference, Exeter, UK. 

2013
"The Stanford School of Philosophy of Science" Conference
Organizer
Stanford, CA

RASMUS GRØNFELDT WINTHER

"One of the greatest potentials the ocean has for mankind has little to do with oil or diamonds, pharmaceuticals, or even food. It is the opportunity to contemplate, enjoy, and explore this new realm."
Jacques Cousteau - The Ocean World
Today a philosopher of science, researcher, writer, educator, diver, explorer, and seeker, Rasmus Grønfeldt Winther has a PhD in philosophy of science, and three masters' degrees, including one in ecology and evolutionary biology. Currently a Humanities professor at University of California, Santa Cuz, he has worked in Denmark, USA, and Mexico. 

FORTHCOMING BOOK

OUR GENES: 
A Philosophical Perspective on Human Evolutionary Genomics 

(Cambridge University Press, 2022; currently in production)

REVIEWS (Sober; Serious)

Rossetto, Tania. 2020. Review of When Maps Become the World. The Holocene 1-2. 
https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0959683620979432

Cole, Daniel G. 2021. Review of When Maps Become the World. Cartographic Perspectives 97.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14714/CP97.1709

Wood, Denis. 2021. "Three Cool Map Books: People’s Atlas of Detroit, Data Feminism, and When Maps Become the World." [Online] Making Maps: DIY Cartography.

Bobadilla, Hernán. 2021. Review of When Maps Become the World. History and Philosophy of the Life Sciences 43(73).
https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40656-021-00430-6

Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung: 
In German
In English (Translation by Winther)

Süddeutsche Zeitung in German.
Picture credit: Marie Raffn