ANN: H-Maps new Review Editors

Dear H-Maps subscribers,


We would like to introduce ourselves as the new H-Maps Review Editors. 


Brenda Degger
I am a PhD candidate in History at Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil. My main research interests are the history of literary maps and mapping especially from the 19th and 20th centuries and their relations with formal mapmaking practices. I have been a list editor for H-Maps since 2021 and now I am taking on the role of H-Maps Review Editor.


Camille Serchuk

Free online event, March 23rd--Tracing Sea Routes on Maps

Join us online for a conversation on the European and East Asian contexts of sea routes on maps with Sara Caputo (Magdalene College, Cambridge) and Elke Papelitzky (KU Leuven). The discussion will be moderated by Katherine Parker (Royal Geographical Society). The event is digitally hosted by the David Rumsey Map Center, Stanford University. 

March 23, 2023. Noon Pacific (7pm London).

ONLY 15 DAYS LEFT! Call For Contributions: “Medieval Borders and the Environment” (provisional title) (Brill)

ONLY 15 DAYS LEFT TO SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT FOR THE VOLUME “Medieval Borders and the Environment” (Brill)!

Please send a 200-300 word abstract of your proposed essay, and a brief introduction of yourself, to elisa.ramazzina@unipv.it

!!!!! PLEASE, NOTE: The abstracts should demonstrate how you are going to treat the "border(s)" topic in relation to the environment (nature, the elements, including elemental and humoral theories, or urb


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