Bibliographic update July 2017: All

History Workshop Journal

‘This is Not Charity ’: the Masculine Work of Strike Relief
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‘That Alien, New-fangled, Thick, Intractable Dodecagon’: The Design and Introduction of the 1937 British Threepenny Coin
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Imago Mundi The International Journal for the History of Cartography

Eratosthenes’ Contribution to Ptolemy’s Map of the World
vol. 69 (2): 159-175
A Map of Cyprus in Two Fourteenth-Century Byzantine Manuscripts
vol. 69 (2): 176-187
Not Just a Jesuit Atlas of China: Qing Imperial Cartography and Its European Connections
vol. 69 (2): 188-201
Evolving Ideas: J. B. d’Anville’s Maps of Southern Africa, 1725–1749
vol. 69 (2): 202-215
The Impact of Captain Jonathan Carver’s Maps and Journal on the 1782–1783 British-American Peace Agreement
vol. 69 (2): 216-232
Beautiful Geography: The Pictorial Maps of Ruth Taylor White
vol. 69 (2): 233-247
The National Map of Japan in the Tokugawa Shogunate (1633–1725): Misunderstandings Corrected
vol. 69 (2): 248-254
Jean-Yves Sarazin (8 January 1967–4 September 2016)
vol. 69 (2): 255-256
After the Map: Cartography, Navigation, and the Transformation of Territory in the Twentieth Century. By William Rankin
vol. 69 (2): 257-258
Frederick de Wit and the First Concise Reference Atlas. By George S. Carhart
vol. 69 (2): 258-259
Abraham Ortelius 1527–1598: Life, Works, Sources and Friends. By Marcel van den Broecke
vol. 69 (2): 259-259
Kaarten van de Nederlandse Antillen: Curaçao, Aruba, Bonaire, Saba, Sint Eustatius en Sint Maarten tot 1900. By Wim Renkema
vol. 69 (2): 259-260
The Pre-Siege Maps of Malta: Second Century AD–1564. By Albert Ganado and Joseph Schirò
vol. 69 (2): 260-261
London Plotted: Plans of London Buildings c.1450–1720. By Dorian Gerhold
vol. 69 (2): 261-262
Somerset Mapped: Cartography in the County through the Centuries. By Emma Down and Adrian Webb
vol. 69 (2): 262-263
Oxford: Mapping the City. By Daniel MacCannell
vol. 69 (2): 263-263
Treasures from the Map Room: A Journey through the Bodleian Collections. Edited by Debbie Hall
vol. 69 (2): 263-264
Art and Optics in the Hereford Map: An English Mappa Mundi, c.1300. By Marcia Kupfer.
vol. 69 (2): 264-265
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