The H-HistGeog network is a forum for geographers, historians, and all others who have an interest in the intricate relationship between space and time.
The Early Modern Japan Network was founded more than 20 years ago with the aim (among others) of promoting the presence of early modern Japan centered presentations at the AAS. HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY PANELS welcome!
The J. B. Harley Fellowships - the only one of their kind in Europe – provide support for those working on the history of cartography, from any discipline, doing the equivalent of post-graduate level work in the historical map collections of the United Kingdom. Awards range up to £2000.
Web site: http://www.maphistory.info/harley.html
Rare Book School (RBS) is now accepting applications for The Art & Science of Cartography, 200–1550, taught by John Hessler, Specialist in Computational Geography and Geographic Information Science at the Library of Congress. The course will run from 2–7 December 2018 at the Library of Congress.
Guest Editor: Charles Reagan Wilson