The Oxford Seminars in Cartography

28th Annual Series - Programme for 2021

Thursday 4 February

Map Readings - 'Cartography: the ideal and its history'
Matthew Edney (University of Southern Maine/History of Cartography Project) in conversation with Elizabeth Baigent (School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford)

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Thursday 11 March

A view from the road: travel mapping and American identity
James Akerman (Hermon Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography,
The Newberry Library, Chicago)

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Thursday 20 May

Shipwrecks and treasure in the manuscript maps of William Hack
Chet Van Duzer (The Lazarus Project, University of Rochester)

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Thursday 3 June

Revision and erasure: indigenous presence and maps of southern Patagonia, 1670-1750
Katherine Parker (Barry Lawrence Ruderman Antique Maps Inc/Hakluyt Society)

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Seminars run from 4.30pm to 6pm (GMT) via Zoom. Please book a ticket to join the seminars.

For further details, please contact: nick.millea@bodleian.ox.ac.uk or 01865 287119


The Oxford Seminars in Cartography are supported by:

The Friends of TOSCA
The Bodleian Libraries
The School of Geography and the Environment
The Charles Close Society
Lovell Johns Ltd

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