Dori Griffin, PhD
Assistant Professor of Graphic Design | Ohio University
Dori Griffin researches and writes about the relationships between popular visual culture, commercial design practice, and American cultural identity in the first half of the twentieth century. She frequently explores how cartographic illustration plays a role in constructing cultural identity around tourism destinations. The University of Arizona Press published her first book, Mapping Wonderlands: Illustrated Cartography of Arizona, 1912-1962, in 2013.