Bibliographic update October 2016: All

Imago Mundi The International Journal for the History of Cartography

Imago Mundi Prize
vol. 68 (2): 195-195
Mapping the Nation for War: Landscape in Danish Military Cartography 1800–2000
vol. 68 (2): 196-211
Peter Kozler and His Map of the Slovenian Land and Its Provinces (1849–1871)
vol. 68 (2): 212-231
Alexander von Humboldt’s Critique of Aaron Arrowsmith’s 1810 Map of Mexico
vol. 68 (2): 232-236
Colour Plates
vol. 68 (2): 0-0
John Amadeus Wolter (1925–2015)
vol. 68 (2): 237-238
Thomas Day Goodrich (1927–2015)
vol. 68 (2): 238-239
Donald Hodson (1933–2016)
vol. 68 (2): 240-241
Imago Mundi’s Social Media
vol. 68 (2): 296-296
The Medieval Peutinger Map: Imperial Roman Revival in a German Empire. By Emily Albu
vol. 68 (2): 242-243
The Mapping of Power in Renaissance Italy: Painted Cartographic Cycles in Social and Intellectual Context. By Mark Rosen ; Worldly Consumers: The Demand for Maps in Renaissance Italy. By Genevieve Carlton
vol. 68 (2): 243-244
Rome Measured and Imagined: Early Modern Maps of the Eternal City. By Jessica Maier ; Giambattista Nolli and Rome: Mapping the City before and after the Pianta Grande. Edited by Ian Verstegen and Allan Ceen
vol. 68 (2): 244-246
The Curious Map Book. By Ashley Bayton-Williams
vol. 68 (2): 246-247
The Mapmakers’ World. A Cultural History of the European World Map. By Marjo T. Nurminen
vol. 68 (2): 247-247
Vlaanderen in 100 kaarten [Flanders in 100 maps]. Edited by Wouter Bracke and Eric Leenders
vol. 68 (2): 247-248
The World for a King: Pierre Desceliers’ Map of 1550. By Chet Van Duzer
vol. 68 (2): 248-249
Capitalism and Cartography in the Dutch Golden Age. By Elizabeth A. Sutton
vol. 68 (2): 249-250
Kaarten van Amsterdam 1538–1865, volume 1. By Marc Hameleers; Kaarten van Amsterdam 1866–2012, volume 2. By Marc Hameleers; Gedetailleerde kaarten van Amsterdam, volume 3. By Marc Hameleers
vol. 68 (2): 250-251
British Town Maps: A History. By Roger J. P. Kain and Richard R. Oliver
vol. 68 (2): 251-252
Mapping the Second World War: The History of the War through Maps from 1939 to 1945. By Peter Chasseaud, in association with The Imperial War Museum
vol. 68 (2): 252-253
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