New Article of Interest in the Pacific Historical Review

The Pacific Historical Review recently published the following article that may interest H-SHEAR list subscribers:

“‘Unquestionable Geographies: The Empirical and the Romantic in U.S. Expansionist Cartography, 1810 - 1848,” by Jimmy L. Bryan Jr.

This article can be accessed via the following link: http://phr.ucpress.edu/content/86/3

New Open Access Book: Mapping Society: The Spatial Dimensions of Social Cartography

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UCL Press is delighted to announce a brand new open access book: Mapping Society: The Spatial Dimensions of Social Cartography by Professor Laura Vaughan. Download it free from http://bit.ly/2zpdC0w

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Mapping Society: The Spatial Dimensions of Social Cartography
Professor Laura Vaughan
Download free: http://bit.ly/2zpdC0w

Rare Book School Course "The Art & Science of Cartography, 200–1550," December 2–7

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.

Rare Book School Fall and Winter Courses

Rare Book School is Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2018 & Winter 2019 Courses.

Applications are now being accepted for six Rare Book School courses offered this fall and winter at the Morgan Library & Museum, the Library of Congress, and the University of Virginia. Visit https://rarebookschool.org/news/fall-winter-2018/ for more details.

In New York City (28 October–2 November):

 - The Book of Hours, 1250–1550; taught by Roger S. Wieck.

In Washington, DC (2–7 December):

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