The Oxford Seminars in Cartography (TOSCA)

LECTURE SERIES

The Oxford Seminars in Cartography (TOSCA)

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 Thursday 9 May 2024
Thursday 13 June 2024

 4.30–6pm (GMT)

  Free and all welcome, booking required

About the events

The Oxford Seminars in Cartography have been taking place since 1993, with interested cartographers meeting regularly for a programme of lectures and field trips exploring all facets of mapping and cartography.

Programme for 2024

Colonial counter-mappings: Learning from indigenous cartography in eighteenth-century America

  Martin Brückner, University of Delaware

 Thursday 9 May 2024

 4.30–6pm (GMT)

  Online via Zoom

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How did the chorographic tradition end? Picture maps and measurement in Renaissance France 

  Anthony Gerbino, University of Manchester

 Thursday 13 June 2024

 4.30–6pm (GMT)

  Online via Zoom

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 Booking information

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

A link to access the Zoom meeting will be sent on the day of the event to the email address associated with your booking. Please check your junk/spam email folder. If you have not received a link to join the event 3 hours before the event, please email: tosca@bodleian.ox.ac.uk

Acknowledgements

The Oxford Seminars in Cartography are supported by:

  • The Friends of TOSCA
  • The Bodleian Libraries
  • The School of Geography and the Environment
  • The Charles Close Society
  • Lovell Johns Ltd

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