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This week we would like to share with you our cartographic collection.The Panitza Library maintains a small collection of general and political maps and atlases. Most of them are located on open shelves on the Ground floor.
1. Ade Ajayi, J. F., & Crowder, M. (Eds.). (1985). Historical atlas of Africa. Essex : Longman.
2. Grant, M. (1994). Atlas of classical history (5th ed.). New York : Oxford University Press.
3. Haldon, J. (2010). The Palgrave atlas of Byzantine history. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan.
4. Hupchick, D. P., & Cox, H. E. (2001). The Palgrave concise historical atlas of Eastern Europe. Houndmills UK ; New York : Palgrave.
5. Hupchick, D. P., & Cox, H. E. (2001). The Palgrave concise historical atlas of the Balkans. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire [England] ; New York : Palgrave.
6. Kinder, H., & Hilgemann, W. (1974-1978). The Penguin atlas of world history (E. A. Menze, Trans.). Harmondsworth, Eng. : Penguin Books.
7. McEvedy, C. (1988). The Penguin atlas of North American history : [to 1870] (D. Woodroffe, Illus.). Harmondsworth, Essex, England : Penguin Books.
8. Natkiel, R. (1982). Atlas of the 20th century. New York : Facts on File, inc.
9. National Geographic atlas of the world (7th ed.). (2000). Washington DC : National Geographic Society.
10. Unwin, T. (Ed.). (1994). Atlas of world development. New York : John Wiley & Sons.
When off campus, please enter your credentials to access e-books and articles.
1. Bregel, Y. (2003). Historical atlas of central Asia. ProQuest Ebook Central.
2. Elizabeth Tanfield Cary, & Lesley Peterson. (2012). Mirror of the Worlde. McGill-Queen’s University Press.
3. Enterline, J. R. (2002). Erikson, eskimos, and columbus : Medieval european knowledge of America. ProQuest Ebook Central.
4. Jeffrey S. Murray. (2006). Terra Nostra : The Stories Behind Canada’s Maps. McGill University Libraries.
5. Mellinger, A., & Stoyan, R. (2011). The Cambridge photographic star atlas. ProQuest Ebook Central.
6. Smart, L. (2004). Maps That Made History : The Influential, the Eccentric and the Sublime. Dundurn Press.
7. Stephen J. Hornsby. (2011). Surveyors of Empire : Samuel Holland, J.F.W. Des Barres, and the Making of The Atlantic Neptune. McGill-Queen’s University Press.
8. Talbert, R. J. A., & Talbert, R. (1989). Atlas of classical history. ProQuest Ebook Central.
9. Tirion, W. (2011). The Cambridge star atlas. ProQuest Ebook Central.
1. Cartography. (2021). In Encyclopædia Britannica. Accessed March 8, 2021.
2. Halder, S., Michel, B., & Schweizer, P. (2020). Is This Is Not an Atlas an Atlas? On the Pitfalls of Editing a Global Collection of Counter-Cartographies. Cartographica, 55(3), 207–214.
3. Jiang, B. (2019). New Paradigm in Mapping: A Critique on Cartography and GIS. Cartographica, 54(3), 193–205.
4. Parrish, A. K. (2020). Water: An Atlas. Cartographic Perspectives, 96, 81–84.
5. Robb, D. (2020). Object-Oriented Cartography: Maps as Things. Cartographic Perspectives, 95, 65–68.
6. Rose-Redwood, R., Blu Barnd, N., Lucchesi, A. H., Dias, S., & Patrick, W. (2020). Decolonizing the Map: Recentering Indigenous Mappings. Cartographica, 55(3), 151–162.