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Twenty-Fifth series of J B Harley Fellowships in the History of Cartography

The Trustees of the J B Harley Research Fellowships Trust Fund are pleased to announce the twenty-fifth series of awards, offering support to assist research in the map collections of the United Kingdom. Awards have been made to: Phillip Koyoumjian (University of Rochester, USA), A geographer's world: Herman Moll and the British map trade, 1678-1732. Danielle Gravon (University of Manchester], The fabrica of Mercator's Atlas and the anatomy of the world. Ken Bauer (Dartmouth College, USA), Exploring Tibetan cartography through the Wise Collection, British Library.

CFA: American Geographical Society Library Fellowships

The AGS Library fellowship programs were created to give scholars from this country and abroad an opportunity to pursue their work in proximity to a distinguished collection of primary sources. Approximately 4-8 fellowships are awarded each year for periods of time usually ranging from two to four weeks.

Visualising Spatial Injustice and Exploitation- University of Kent, June 8th - Free registration now open

An interdisciplinary symposium of scholars and media-makers exploring the role of moving image in countering spatial injustices.
Keynotes: Miranda Pennell (Independent, LUX) // Alberto Toscano (Goldsmiths)
As the noted political geographer and urban theorist Edward Soja has suggested, unde