Big History, Little History: Cartography in the Twentieth Century

Big History, Little History: Cartography in the Twentieth Century

Mark Monmonier
Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs
Syracuse University

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Nathaniel V. KELSO

October 16, 2015
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  1. Big  History,  Little  History:   Cartography  in  the  Twentieth  Century

      Mark  Monmonier   Maxwell  School  of  Citizenship  &  Public  Affairs   Syracuse  University  
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  3. By  the  numbers   •  529  encyclopedia  entries   • 

    323  contributors  and  co-­‐contributors   •  847,000  words  (entries  only;  not  including     references,  front  matter,  captions,  index,  .  .  .  )   •  5,115  references   •  61  tables   •  1,153  figures    
  4. J.  B.  Harley   (1932-­‐91)   David  Woodward   (1942-­‐2004)

     
  5.   C&GIS   July  2002   Exploratory   Essays  

    Initiative  
  6. Images  of  one  or  more  long  essay   chapters  

    Volume One (Cartography in Prehistoric, Ancient, and Medieval Europe and the Mediterranean) has 21 chapters
  7. Volume  Four   Editors   Matthew  H.  Edney   Mary

     Sponberg  Pedley  
  8. Overhead  Imaging   Dynamic  Cartography   Map  Trade  (Map  Publishing)

      Map  Collecting   Administrative  Mapping   Military  Mapping   Academic  Cartography   Modes of Cartographic Practice Property  Mapping   Boundary  Surveying   Topographical  Surveying   Urban  Mapping   Geographical  Mapping   Celestial  Mapping   Thematic  Mapping   Marine  Charting   Geodetic  Surveying   Multi-Mode Institutions:
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  10. One  reviewer’s  ominous  comment:   “Volume  Six  has  the  potential

     to  be   the  most  contested,  the  most  debated,     and  the  most  easily  critiqued  of  all     previous  volumes,  since  there  are     so  many  in  the  cartographic  community   with  living  memory  and  personal  position     within  the  material  to  be  covered.”    
  11. History  of  Cartography  editors  meeting,   Madison,  Wisconsin,  May  2013

     
  12. “Computational Geography as a New Modality,” by Duane Marble

  13. In  1980,  David  Woodward     returned  to  UW–Madison  as

     a     member  of  the  faculty;  he  was   named  Arthur  H.  Robinson     Professor  of  Geography  in  1995.  
  14. Six themes 1. Diverse Impacts of Mapping on Society 2.

    Overhead Imaging 3. The Electronic Transition 4. Maps and Warfare 5. The Paradox of Globalized Practices and Customized Content 6. Maps as Tools of Public Administration
  15. Cover  image   included  with   eBook  

  16. Associate  Editors   Karen   Severud   Cook   Joel

     L.   Morrison   Peter   Collier   A.  Jon   Kimerling  
  17. “Avoiding  a  ‘Presentist  Approach’,”   from  The  Handbook  for  Contributors

     
  18. THE HISTORY OF CARTOGRAPHY VOLUME SIX Cartography in the Twentieth

    Century PART 1 Edited by MARK MONMONIER THE HISTORY OF CARTOGRAPHY VOLUME SIX Cartography in the Twentieth Century PART 2 Edited by MARK MONMONIER Cover  of  Book  1   Cover  of  Book  2  
  19. Image  of  the  Processual  History  (from   the  page  proofs)

     
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  21. Chapters  and   other  contents   Preface   Background  

    Cart  Labs   Research  Streams   Books   Service   Consulting   History   Theory   Map  Collecting   Writing   Epilogue   Bibliographic  Essay   Index   Photo  Gallery  
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  25. Logo  for  title  page   For  spine  

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