Cartography: The Ideal and Its History




      Cartography: The Ideal and Its History
Over the past four decades, the volumes published in the landmark History of Cartography series have both chronicled and encouraged scholarship about maps and mapping practices across time and space As the current director of the project that has produced these volumes, Matthew H Edney has a unique vantage point for understanding what cartography has come to mean and include In this book Edney disavows the term cartography, rejecting the notion that maps represent an undifferentiated category of objects for study Rather than treating maps as a single, unified group, he argues, scholars need to take a processual approach that examines specific types of maps sea charts versus thematic maps, for example in the context of the unique circumstances of their production, circulation, and consumption To illuminate this bold argument, Edney chronicles precisely how the ideal of cartography that has developed in the West since 1800 has gone astray By exposing the flaws in this ideal, his book challenges everyone who studies maps and mapping practices to reexamine their approach to the topic The study of cartography will never be the same. Read Cartography: The Ideal and Its History by Matthew H. Edney – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 296 pages
  • Cartography: The Ideal and Its History
  • Matthew H. Edney
  • 20 December 2017
  • 022660554X

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