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Harley Fellowships


The J.B. Harley Awards
for 2004


The Trustees of the J.B. Harley Research Fellowships Trust Fund are pleased to announce the eleventh series of awards, offering support at the newly increased rate of £300 per week. The fellowships are designed to assist research in the London map collections:-

Angelo Cattaneo (European University Institute, Florence, Italy) 'Mid-15th century Venetian cartography: a comparative study of a forgotten Ptolemy's Geography (Bib. Marciana MS. CL.VI, XXIV), the Harley Codex 3686 and the Venetian Portolani of the British Library' (3 weeks).

Jessica Maier (Columbia University, Department of Art History, New York, U.S.A.) 'Imaging Rome: the art and science of Renaissance city views' (2 weeks).

Professor Dr Sylvia Schraut (Universitšt Mannheim, Historisches Institut, Germany) 'Comparing historic school atlases 1870-1960 (Germany, Austria, Great Britain and U.S.A.)' (3 weeks).

Professor Lindy Stiebel (University of KwaZulu-Natal, English Literary and Cultural Studies, South Africa) 'Thomas Baines, cartographer: mapping Australia (North Australian Expedition map 1856) and Africa (South African Gold Fields Exploration Company maps 1872)' (2 weeks).

January 2004


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