Bibliographic update July 2017: All

Imago Mundi The International Journal for the History of Cartography

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
Scotland: Mapping the Islands. By Christopher Fleet, Margaret Wilkes and Charles W. J. Withers
vol. 69 (2): 265-265
Managing a Million Square Miles: A History of Western Australia’s Department of Lands and Surveys. By Ron Hutchinson
vol. 69 (2): 266-266
Medieval Islamic Maps: An Exploration. By Karen C. Pinto
vol. 69 (2): 266-267
War Map: Pictorial Conflict Maps 1900–1950. By Philip Curtis and Jakob Søndergård Pedersen
vol. 69 (2): 267-268
Producing Spatial Knowledge: Map Making in Edinburgh, c.1880–c.1920
vol. 69 (2): 269-271
Chronicle for 2016
vol. 69 (2): 272-286
Bibliography
vol. 69 (2): 287-306
Seventh Imago Mundi Prize Awarded
vol. 69 (2): 307-307
The International Society for the History of the Map (ISHMap)
vol. 69 (2): 308-308

Innes Review

Front matter
vol. 68 (1): -
Adomnán, two saints, and the paschal controversy
Gilbert Márkus, vol. 68 (1): 1-18
Pittenweem Priory and the conventuality question
Anthony Lodge, vol. 68 (1): 19-37
Elizabeth Melville, Lady Culross: new light from Fife
Jamie Reid Baxter, vol. 68 (1): 38-77
Robert Henryson's Moral Fabillis: ‘Exempill and similitude’, the animal as true Sign, and an argument from design
David Moses, vol. 68 (1): 78-87
Scalan destroyed: a Hanoverian perspective
Alasdair Roberts, vol. 68 (1): 88-98
Michael Penman, Robert the Bruce: King of the Scots
Christine McGladdery, vol. 68 (1): 99-101
Bannockburn 1314–2014: Battle and Legacy. Proceedings of the 2014 Stirling Conference, ed. Michael Penman
Michael Prestwich, vol. 68 (1): 101-104
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