Historical Cartography in the Digital Age: Exploring Old Books & Maps with New Technologies, New Questions & New Communities | EV&N – 441

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http://ecoethics.net/2014-ENVRE120/20220710-EV&N-441-Link.html

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This is a presentation of some recent approaches to historical cartography that have emerged as novel technologies are being developed to equip new groups of professional researchers, teachers and students at all levels.

These innovations have been guided in part by the life-long work and inspiring insight of Prosser Gifford — scholar, administrator and kind mentor for scholars and students of the humanities and world history. [See: “Prosser Gifford – A Memorial Celebration”]

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