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Imago Mundi: the International Journal for the History of Cartography

Volume 54 (published July 2002)



The Medieval Texts of the 1486 Ptolemy Edition by Johann Reger of Ulm. Margriet Hoogvliet, p.7- Abstract [English, French, German, Spanish]

Maps of the World for Ottoman Princes? Further Evidence and Questions Concerning `The Mappamondo of Hajji Ahmed'. Benjamin Arbel, p.19- Abstract [English, French, German, Spanish]

Draft Town Maps for John Speed's Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine. Sarah Bendall, p.30- Abstract [English, French, German, Spanish]

The Social Nature of Map Making in the Scottish Enlightenment, c.1682--c.1832. Charles W. J. Withers, p.46- Abstract [English, French, German, Spanish]

The Secrets of a Long Life: The Dutch Firm of Covens & Mortier (1685--1866) and Their Copper Plates. Marco van Egmond, p.67- Abstract [English, French, German, Spanish]

Sacred, But Not Surveyed: Nineteenth-Century Surveys of Palestine. Haim Goren, p.87- Abstract [English, French, German, Spanish]

Emmanuel de Martonne and the Ethnographical Cartography of Central Europe (1917--1920). Gilles Palsky, p.111- Abstract [English, French, German, Spanish]



Topographical Prints through the Zograscope. Erin C. Blake, p.120-

A Russian Naval Officer's Map of Haifa Bay (1772). Mitia Frumin, Rehav Rubin and Dov Gavish, p.125-

W. W. deLacy's 1865 Map of the Territory of Montana. Richard L. Saunders, p.129-

The 19th International Conference on the History of Cartography: Report. Neil Safier, p.135-



David Beers Quinn (1909--2002). Glyndwr Williams, p.142-



The New Nature of Maps. Essays in the History of Cartography. By John Brian Harley, edited by Paul Laxton, introduction by J. H. Andrews. (Jeremy Black)

Plantejaments i objectius d'una història universal de la cartografia / Approaches and Challenges in a Worldwide History of Cartography. By David Woodward, Catherine Delano-Smith, and Cordell D. K. Yee. (Jeremy W. Crampton)

Reality as Representation: The Semiotics of Cartography and the Generation of Meaning. By Emanuela Casti, translated by Jeremy Scott. (Barbara Belyea)

Seeing through Maps: The Power of Images to Shape Our World View. By Ward L. Kaiser and Denis Wood. (Vincent Virga)

The World According to the Newest and Most Exact Observation: Mapping Art and Science. By Susan Bender and Ian Berry, with Bernard Possidente and Richard Wilkinson. (Vincent Virga)

Voir la terre. Six essais sur le paysage et la géographie. By Jean-Marc Besse. (Neil Safier)

Segni e sogni della terra: il disegno del mondo dal mito di Atlante alla geografia delle reti. (David Woodward)

The Hereford Map: A Transcription and Translation of the Legends with Commentary. By Scott D. Westrem. (Evelyn Edson)

Münchner Portolankarten: `Kunstmann I--XIII' und zehn weitere Portolankarten/ Munich Portolan Charts: `Kunstmann I--XIII' and Ten Further Portolan Charts. By Ivan Kupcík. (Richard Pflederer)

Giovanni Caboto e le vie dell'Atlantico Settentrionale: Atti del Convegno Internazionale di Studi, Roma, 29 settembre--1 ottobre 1997. Edited by Marcella Arca Petrucci and Simonetta Conti. (Francesc Ll. Albardaner)

The Geographical Imagination in America, 1880--1950. By Susan Schulten. (Martin S. Kenzer)

This Land Is Your Land: The Geographic Evolution of the United States. By Seymour I. Schwartz. (Paul D. McDermott)

Representing the Republic: Mapping the United States, 1600--1900. By John Rennie Short. (Ralph E. Ehrenberg)

New England in Early Printed Maps, 1513--1800: An Illustrated Carto-Bibliography. Compiled by Barbara Backus McCorkle. (Patricia Molen van Ee)

La Gran Línea: Mapping the United States--Mexico Boundary, 1849--1857. By Paula Rebert. (W. Michael Mathes)

Frontier Metropolis: Picturing Early Detroit, 1701--1838. By Brian Leigh Dunnigan. (Alberta Gjertine Auringer Wood)

L'Atelier Delisle: l'Amérique du Nord sur la table à dessin. By Nelson-Martin Dawson with the collaboration of Charles Vincent. (Mary Sponberg Pedley)

Sir Francis Drake's Secret Voyage to the Northwest Coast of America, AD 1579. By Samuel Bawlf. (Frances M. Woodward)

Urban Images of the Hispanic World, 1493--1793. By Richard Kagan. (David Buisseret)

The Nation Survey'd: Timothy Pont's Maps of Scotland. Edited by Ian C. Cunningham. (Bruce Proudfoot)

Maps and the Writing of Space in Early Modern England and Ireland. By Bernhard Klein. (J. H. Andrews)

The Map Trade in the Late Eighteenth Century: Letters to the London Map Sellers Jefferys & Faden. Edited by Mary Pedley. (Matthew H. Edney)

Imaginary Cartographies: Possession and Identity in Late Medieval Marseille. By Daniel Lord Smail. (Josef W. Konvitz)

Idrísí aus Sizilien. Der Einfluß eines arabischen Wissenschaftlers auf die Entwicklung der europäischen Geographie. By Carsten Drecoll. (Sonja Brentjes)

Holy Land in Maps. Edited by Ariel Tishby. (Kenneth Nebenzahl)

Qing Colonial Enterprise: Ethnography and Cartography in Early Modern China. By Laura Hostetler. (Cordell D. K. Yee)

The Search for the Inland Sea: John Oxley, Explorer, 1783---1828. By Richard Johnson. (Gregory C. Eccleston)

Mapping and Naming the Moon: A History of Lunar Cartography and Nomenclature. By Ewen A. Whitaker. (Christian Jacob)

The Map That Changed the World: William Smith and the Birth of Modern Geology. By Simon Winchester. (Karen Severud Cook)


Shorter Notices, p.167

CHRONICLE FOR 2001-2002, p.171-

1. Personal News - 2. Conferences and Meetings - 3. Institutional and General News [see sample (from the 2001 volume)] - 4. Exhibitions - 5. Notable Acquisitions - 6. Unusual Items That Have Come Up for Sale


Literature in the History of Cartography published in 1999 to 2001 (with Indexes) [see samples (from the 2000 volume)]


Benjamin Arbel is professor of history, Tel Aviv University, Israel.

Sarah Bendall is fellow and development director, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, U.K.

Erin Blake is curator of art at the Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, DC, U.S.A.

Marco Van Egmond is working on his doctorate in the history of cartography at the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Mitia Frumin is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Geography, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

Dov Gavish is curator of Air-Photo Archives, Department of Geography, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

Haim Goren is senior lecturer in historical geography, Tel Hai Academic College, Israel.

Margriet Hoogvliet is a postdoctoral student and lecturer in romance languages and cultures, Arts Faculty, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands.

Gilles Palsky is maître de conférences, Université Paris-Val de Marne, France.

Rehav Rubin is professor of geography, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.

Neil Safier is a doctoral candidate in the Department of History, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A.

Richard L. Saunders is curator of Special Collections, Paul Meek Library, University of Tennessee at Martin, U.S.A.

Charles W. J. Withers is professor of geography, University of Edinburgh, U.K.

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