Bibliographic update April 2017: All

Imago Mundi The International Journal for the History of Cartography

Glasgow: Mapping the City. By John Moore
vol. 69 (1): 122-123
Mapping the West with Lewis and Clark. By Ralph E. Ehrenberg and Herman J. Viola
vol. 69 (1): 123-124
Mapping Indiana: Five Centuries of Treasures from the Indiana Historical Society. Introductory essays by Donald Cresswell and Nicole Etcheson; map essays by Erin Kirchhoff, Eric Mundell and Amy Vedra
vol. 69 (1): 124-124
Mapping the Cold War: Cartography and the Framing of America’s International Power. By Timothy Barney
vol. 69 (1): 124-125
Giovanni Antonio Rizzi Zannoni scienziato del Settecento veneto. Edited by Giuseppe Gullino and Vladimiro Valerio
vol. 69 (1): 125-126
Sicilia 1477–1861: la collezione Spagnolo-Patermo in quattro secoli di cartografia. By Vladimiro Valerio and Santo Spagnolo
vol. 69 (1): 126-127
China at the Center: Ricci and Verbiest World Maps. Edited by Natasha Reichle
vol. 69 (1): 127-128
Cartographic Japan: A History in Maps. Edited by Kären Wigen, Sugimoto Fumiko and Cary Karacas
vol. 69 (1): 129-129
Australia Circumnavigated: The Voyage of Matthew Flinders in HMS Investigator, 1801–1803. Edited by Kenneth Morgan
vol. 69 (1): 130-130
South Pole: Nature and Culture. By Elizabeth Leane
vol. 69 (1): 130-131
Aus allen Weltteilen: Die Arktis. By Imre Josef Demhardt
vol. 69 (1): 131-131
Mapping Shakespeare’s World. By Peter Whitfield
vol. 69 (1): 132-132
The Worldmakers: Global Imagining in Early Modern Europe. By Ayesha Ramachandran
vol. 69 (1): 132-133
Vilnius 1795–1939: Cartographic Visions and Territorial Projects of a Disputed Space
vol. 69 (1): 134-136
Literature for 2014 to 2016 in the History of Cartography [with indexes]
vol. 69 (1): 137-157
The International Society for the History of the Map (ISHMaP)
vol. 69 (1): 158-159

Innes Review

Back matter
vol. 67 (2): -

Intellectual History Review

The Burgundy Circle's plans to undermine Louis XIV's “absolute” state through polysynody and the high nobility
vol. 27 (2): 223-245
The Burgundy Circle's plans to undermine Louis XIV's “absolute” state through polysynody and the high nobility
vol. 27 (2): 223-245
John Adams and the fear of oligarchy; John Adams’s Republic: the one, the few, and the many
vol. 27 (2): 279-282
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