This conference is intended as the first in a series of events to discuss travel writing in modern history and literature. It is organised by Jana Hunter (University of Oxford) and Christian Drury (Durham University) - please see a call for papers below.
Department of History
Modern Travel, Modern Landscapes
Connections and Exchanges in Europe c. 1850-1950
6th and 7th July 2022
University of Durham
*The CFP below might be of interest to H-Maps subscribers, especially those working on Indigenous mapping, travel mapping, and climate mapping. Please not that one of the keynote speakers is renowned map scholar, Jim Akerman (Newberry Library).
CFP: Climate, Capital and Tourism in the Americas
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Cross-posted from H-Announce. While this CFP does not specifically address history of cartography, its subject matter could be of interest.
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