Oct 13, 2011
Jeffrey’s conversation with Robert Horn, political scientist and visiting scholar at Stanford University's Center for the Study of Language and Information about his life’s work regarding human language development, communication and education and the key role that the art of visual mapping plays in progressing humanity towards a more more holistic learning dexterity for the 21st century.
His recent development of visual argumentation mapping has resulted in the publication of the Mapping Great Debates series which you can find in the national museum in The Hague as part of an exhibit on information design as a fine art.
Robert's most recently published book is Visual Language: Global Communication for the 21st Century.
He is a fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science and a member of its nominations committee as well as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow and has worked with The World Business Council on Sustainable Development creating a compelling visual map representation the multifaceted developmental tracks that are required to achieve a sustainable world in real terms.