Altić, Mirela

Dissemination of Cartographic Knowledge

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Table of contents

Part I. Mapping Urban Spaces

1. A View of Dubrovnik as a Spectacle: Presentations of the Dubrovnik Earthquake of 1667 in European Commercial Cartography
Vinicije B. Lupis

2. Mapping the Metropolis: Analysing Map Production in Lyon and São Paulo in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
Enali Biaggi, Fernanda Padovesi Fonseca

3. Colonial Sydney: A Cartographic Record of Change
Robert Clancy, Alice Tonkinson

4. Invariable Image of Cyprus: Reproduction of Siege Maps of Nicosia and Famagusta
Merve Senem Arkan

Part II. Territory, Sovereignty and Borderlands

5. Between Secrecy and Silent Cooperation: The Dissemination of Knowledge About the Republic of Dubrovnik in the Context of the Ottoman–Venetian and Napoleonic Wars
Mirela Altić

6. Cartographic Exchange and Territorial Creation: Rewriting Northern Japan in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Edward Boyle

7. Change of Sovereignty and Cartographic Advance: Cartographic Implications of the Spanish-American War of 1898
Eric Losang, Imre Josef Demhardt

8. The History of Cartography of Western Border Areas of Russia in Eighteenth to Early Twentieth Centuries (Using the Example of the Smolensk Province)
Natalia Mikhailovna Erman, Viacheslav Alekseevich Nizovtsev

Part III. Map Production and Dissemination of Knowledge

9. ‘Back to the Drawing Board’: Map-Making and the Royal Geographical Society (1830–1990)
Francis Herbert

10. Directory Maps: A Neglected Cartographic Resource
John Moore

11. Revising, Rectifying and Regulating the Danube: Cartographic Reconstructions of the River and the History of Maps of South-Eastern Europe in the Sixteenth to Eighteenth Century
Zsolt Győző Török

12. The Fortune of the Cartographer Ptolemy Preserved in the Libraries of Rome
Cosimo Palagiano, Lamberto Lesti

13. Colonialism in the Bosatlas
Ferjan Ormeling

14. The Dutch Commemorative Toponyms in the Seventeenth Century East Asia, Based on the Cartographic Works Left by the Dutch East India Company (VOC)
Peter Kang

15. On the ‘De-measuring’ of Time and Space in the Models of the World of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Andreas Christoph

16. Obliterating Historical Complexity as Academic Practice: Historiographical Maps of 7th c. BCE Egypt
Melanie Wasmuth

Part IV. Libraries, Accessibility and Specific Cartographic Resources

17. Identifying Metadata on Soviet Military Maps: An Illustrated Guide
Martin Davis, Alexander J. Kent

18. Discovering Hidden Maps: Cartographic Representations as Arguments for Historical Narratives
Tillmann Tegeler

19. Revealing the Past: How Science Is Unlocking Cartographic Secrets
Nick Millea, David Howell

20. Leiden and the Dissemination of Asian Cartography
Martijn Storms

21. Serbian Cartographers of the Nineteenth Century in the Collection of the National Library of Serbia
Jelena M. Glišović

22. User-Centered Design of a Collaborative, Object Oriented Historical GI-Platform
Philippe Maeyer, Elien Ranson, Kristien Ooms, Karen Coene, Bart Wit, Michiel Berghe, Sven Vrielinck, Torsten Wiedemann, Anne Winter, Rink Kruk, Isabelle Devos

Keywords: Geography, Geographical Information Systems/Cartography, Urban Geography / Urbanism (inc. megacities, cities, towns), Simulation and Modeling, Climate Change Management and Policy, Urban Economics, Environmental Health

Publication year
Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography
Page amount
13 pages
Natural Sciences
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