[ISHMap-List] Special of Terrae Incognitae

Lauren Beck lbeck at mta.ca
Thu Mar 31 13:05:00 CEST 2016

Dear Colleagues,

The most recent issue of Terrae Incognitae (48.1, Spring 2016) devoted to the feminine subject in the history of discovery and exploration is now available online. The contents of this issue are as follows:

Editorial (Lauren Beck):

Exchanges about Discovery and Exploration (Call for Papers):

Mapping Women: Scholarship on Women in the History of Cartography (Judith Tyner):

Viewing the World: Women, Religion, and the Audience for Maps in Early Modern Venice (Genevieve Carlton):

Femina Incognita: Alexandre Dumas's Madame Giovanni (Douglas Wilkie):

Writing in the Masculine: Gertrude Lowthian Bell, Gender, and Empire (Genna Duplisea):

Moonstruck: Cartographic Explorations of the Moon by Mary Adela Blagg and Kira B. Shingareva (Will C. van den Hoonard):

Book Reviews (Compiled by David Buisseret):

Back issues as well as submission guidelines are available on our website, http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ytin20/current.

Dr. Lauren Beck (lbeck at mta.ca<mailto:lbeck at mta.ca>)
Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies
Head, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
Editor, Terrae Incognitae
Mount Allison University

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