Cartography: the ideal and its history

The front cover of the book 'Cartography: the ideal and its history' with a drawing depicting a globe and a scaffold in front with people climbing the steps to view the globe
ONLINE EVENT

Map readings - 'Cartography: the ideal and its history'

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  4 February 2021

 4.30–6pm GMT

 Online

 Free, book in advance

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Registration closes at 10am on 3 February

About the event

The Oxford Seminars in Cartography's first Map Readings session, brings author Matthew Edney (University of Southern Maine/History of Cartography Project) into conversation with Elizabeth Baigent (School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford) discussing Matthew's new book, 'Cartography: the ideal and its history'.

 Speakers

Matthew Edney, University of Southern Maine/History of Cartography Project

Elizabeth Baigent, School of Geography and the Environment, University of Oxford

Booking information

When you have booked your place, the ticketing system will send you an automated confirmation.

A link to access the online event will be sent by the morning of the event to the email address associated with your booking.

If you do not receive this link please email: nick.millea@bodleian.ox.ac.uk