Bibliographic update October 2016: All

Imago Mundi The International Journal for the History of Cartography

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
Revolution: Mapping the Road to American Independence, 1755–1783. By Richard H. Brown and Paul E. Cohen
vol. 68 (2): 253-254
Exploring and Mapping Alaska: The Russian American Era, 1741−1867. By Alexey Postnikov and Marvin Falk
vol. 68 (2): 254-254
Stitching the World: Embroidered Maps and Women’s Geographical Education. By Judith A. Tyner
vol. 68 (2): 254-255
The Art of Illustrated Maps: A Complete Guide to Creative Mapmaking’s History, Process and Inspiration. By John Roman
vol. 68 (2): 255-256
Depicting ‘Terra Australis’: An Analysis of the Imagery on the Unknown Southern Continent on Renaissance World Maps, 1520s–1620s
vol. 68 (2): 257-258
Chronicle for 2015
vol. 68 (2): 259-274
Literature for 2013 to 2015 in the History of Cartography [with indexes]
vol. 68 (2): 275-294

Innes Review

In Memoriam Jenny Wormald (1942–2015)
vol. 67 (1): 1-4
Jenny Wormald, historian: an appreciation
vol. 67 (1): 5-5
Defining Liberalism: the first Home Rule crisis in the Scottish capital
vol. 67 (1): 6-30
An ‘Inventair of som of the Earill of Dunfermline his buiks in Pinkie June 1625’: a fragment of the library of Alexander Seton (1555–1622)
vol. 67 (1): 31-54
Bishop John Geddes, Robert Burns and Dr Alexander Geddes
vol. 67 (1): 55-61
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