Tania Rossetto is Assistant Professor of Cultural Geography and member of the steering committee of the ‘Mobility and the Humanities’ Project of Excellence at the Department of Historical and Geographical Sciences and the Ancient World of the University of Padova. She is member of the teaching staff of the PhD Programme in Historical, Geographical and Anthropological Studies of the Universities of Padova, Venice Ca’ Foscari and Verona. As a delegate from Italy, she takes part in the GeoHumanities European Network launched by the Royal Holloway University of London in 2017. Her research interests include the relationship between map studies and visual studies, the embodiment of maps, the ethnography of mapping practices, the portrayal of maps, cartography and racial/ethnic otherness, and the use of visual ways to display cartographic research. She has also worked on the linkage between cartographic theory and literary studies, and in particular on literary geovisuality. On these subjects she has published in journals such as Progress in Human Geography, Social & Cultural Geography, Environment and Planning D: Society and Space and Cartographica. Her recent book, titled Object-Oriented Cartography: Maps as Things (Routledge, 2019), establishes an unprecedented dialogue between the field of map studies and object-oriented philosophy. She is currently working on visuality, post-phenomenology and ideas of movement, and in particular on repeat-imagery as an experience of moving spacetimes.