The talks are usually held at the
Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, University of London, Woburn Square, London WC1H OAB
at 5.00 pm on selected Thursdays.
THE THIRTIETH SERIES/
October 22 PJ Mode (Collector and Researcher, Curator of the Persuasive Maps Collection, Cornell University Library,
Ithaca, NY, USA). ‘Persuasive Cartography: Art, Science and Deception’.
A corrected version of the lecture has been made available on the School of Advanced Study YouTube channel.
December 10 Dr Ronald Grim (formerly Curator of Maps, Norman B. Leventhal Map and Education Center, Boston Public Library, USA). ‘Annotated Atlases: Unravelling Stories of Personal Provenance’.
January 21 Dr Radu Leca (Postdoctoral Research Associate, Heidelberg University, Germany). ‘Bathymetric Maps of Tokyo Bay: A Transnational History’.
NB. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TITLE OF THIS TALK HAS BEEN ALTERED
February 18 Dr Megan Barford (Curator of Cartography, Royal Museums Greenwich, London. Hakluyt Society Speaker). 'Chart-making and the Admiralty Hydrographic Office, 1830-1850'.
April 29 Dr Djoeke van Netten (Department of History, University of Amsterdam). ‘The Landscape and the Ship: Mapping Seventeenth Century Naval Battles’.
May 27 Dr Angelo Cattaneo (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche, Rome). ‘What Is a Map? The Case of Fra Mauro's Mappamundi: Author's Intentions, Modern Receptions’.