Advisory Boards

Volume Three, Cartography in the European Renaissance (2007)

Volume Four, Cartography in the European Enlightenment (forthcoming)

Volume Five, Cartography in the Nineteenth Century (forthcoming)

Volume Six, Cartography in the Twentieth Century (forthcoming)

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Editorial Advisory Board for Volume Three,
Cartography in the European Renaissance (2007)

David Woodward, editor

Denis E. Cosgrove
Catherine Delano-Smith
Felipe Fernández-Armesto
Paula Findlen
Patrick Gautier Dalché
Anthony Grafton
Stephen Greenblatt
Richard Helgerson
Christian Jacob
Richard L. Kagan
Martin Kemp
Chandra Mukerji
Günter Schilder
Sarah Tyacke
Glyndwr Williams

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Editorial Advisory Board for Volume Four,
Cartography in the European Enlightenment
Matthew Edney and Mary Pedley, editors

D. Graham Burnett
Department of History, Princeton University

Johannes Dörflinger
Institut für Geschichte, Universität Wien

João Carlos Garcia
Departamento de Geografia, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto

Anne Godlewska
Geography Department, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario

Anthony Grafton
Department of History, Princeton University

Jack P. Greene
Department of History, Johns Hopkins University‡

John Hébert
Chief, Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress

John L. Heilbron
Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford

Roger J. P. Kain
Department of Geography, University of Exeter

David Livingstone
School of Geosciences, Queen’s University of Belfast

Dorinda Outram
Department of History, University of Rochester, New York

Anthony Pagden
Department of Political Science, University of California, Los Angles

Alexey V. Postnikov
Institute of the History of Natural Sciences and Technology, Moscow

Hélène Richard
Directeur du Département des cartes et plans, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Paris

Günter Schilder
Faculty of Geographical Sciences, University of Utrecht‡

Norman J. W. Thrower
Department of Geography, University of California, Los Angles‡

Vladimiro Valerio
Università degli Studi di Napoli, Facoltà di Architettura, Istituto di Matematica

Albert Van Helden
Institute for the History and Foundations of Science, University of Utrecht

Glyndwr Williams
Department of History, Queen Mary College, University of London‡

‡ retired

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Editorial Advisory Board for Volume Five,
Cartography in the Nineteenth Century
Roger Kain, editor

James R. Akerman
Director, Hermon Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography, Newberry Library, Chicago

Peter Barber
Head of Map Collections, British Library

Jeremy Black
Professor of History, University of Exeter

Paul Boyer
Merle Curti Professor of History Emeritus, University of Wisconsin-Madison

John Brewer
Eli and Edye Broad Professor of Humanities and Social Sciences and Professor of History and Literature, California Institute of Technology

Paul Carter
Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, University of Melbourne

Peter Collier
Principal Lecturer, University of Portsmouth

Michael Conzen
Committee on Geographical Studies, University of Chicago

Andrew Cook
Map Archivist, East India Library, British Library

Raymond Craib
Department of History, Cornell University

Catherine Delano-Smith
Editor, Imago Mundi

Imre Demhardt
Garrett Endowed Chair in the History of Cartography, University of Texas at Arlington

Matthew Edney
Osher Chair in the History of Cartography, University of Southern Maine; Director, History of Cartography Project, University of Wisconsin-Madison; coeditor, The History of Cartography, Volume Four, Cartography in the European Enlightenment

João Carlos Garcia
Departamento de Geografia, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto

Derek Gregory FBA
Distinguished University Scholar and Professor of Geography, University of British Columbia, Vancouver

John Hébert
Chief, Geography and Map Division, Library of Congress

Michael Heffernan
Professor of Historical Geography, University of Nottingham

Adrian Johns
Professor of History, University of Chicago; Chair of the Committee on Conceptual and Historical Studies of Science

Anne Kelly Knowles
Associate Professor of Geography, Middlebury College

Elri Liebenberg
Chair, International Cartographical Association Commission on the History of Cartography

Bernard Lightman
Professor of Humanities, York University, Toronto

David Livingstone FBA
Professor of Geography and Intellectual History, Queen’s University, Belfast

Carla Lois
Instituto de Geografía, Universidad de Buenos Aires

Stewart Lone
Professor of Modern North-East Asian Social History, University of New South Wales

Mark Monmonier
Distinguished Professor of Geography, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University; editor, The History of Cartography, Volume Six, Cartography in the Twentieth Century

Francesc Nadal
Departament Geografia Humana, Universitat de Barcelona

Mary Pedley
William L. Clements Library; coeditor, The History of Cartography, Volume Four, Cartography in the European Enlightenment

Alexey V. Postnikov
Professor, Institute of the History of Natural Sciences and Technology, Moscow Academy of Sciences

Hélène Richard
Directeur du Département des cartes et plans, Bibliothèque National de France, Paris

James Scott
Sterling Professor of Political Science, Yale University

A. M. Celâl Sengör
Professor of Geology, Istanbul Technical University

Norman J. W. Thrower
Emeritus Professor of Geography, University of California, Los Angeles

David Turnbull
Senior Research Fellow, Australian Centre for Science, Innovation and Society (ACSIS), University of Melbourne

Michael Twyman
Professor Emeritus, University of Reading

Vladimiro Valerio
Università degli Studi di Napoli, Facoltà di Architettura, Istituto di Matematica, Venice

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Editorial Advisory Board for Volume Six,
Cartography in the Twentieth Century
Mark Monmonier, editor

James R. Akerman
The Newberry Library, Chicago

Kevin Barnhurst
University of Illinois at Chicago

Christopher Board, emeritus
The London School of Economics

John Bossler
Center for Mapping, The Ohio State University, emeritus

William Cartwright
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

Keith Clarke
University of California, Santa Barbara

Peter Collier
University of Portsmouth

Jeremy Crampton
Georgia State University, Atlanta

Roger Downs
The Pennsylvania State University

Matthew Edney
University of Southern Maine; University of Wisconsin-Madison

James Fleming
Colby College

David Harvey
The City University of New York

John Hébert
Geography and Map Division, U.S. Library of Congress

Wolfgang Kainz
Institut für Geographie der Universität Wien

Ingrid Kretschmer, emeritus
Institut für Geographie der Universität Wien

Mary Lynette Larsgaard, emeritus
The University of California, Santa Barbara

Duane Marble
The Ohio State University, emeritus

Geoffrey Martin
Southern Connecticut State University, emeritus

Gerald McGrath
Queens University, emeritus

Joel Morrison
Center for Mapping, The Ohio State University, emeritus

Francesc Nadal
Universitat de Barcelona

Judy Olson, emeritus
Michigan State University

Harlan Onsrud
University of Maine

Ferjan Ormeling
Utrecht University

Gilles Palsky
University of Paris

John Pickles
The University of North Carolina

Alexey V. Postnikov
Russian Academy of Sciences

David Rhind, emeritus
City University, London

Susan Schulten
University of Denver

D. R. Fraser Taylor
Carleton University, Ottawa

Norman J. W. Thrower, emeritus
The University of California, Los Angeles

Waldo Tobler, emeritus
The University of California, Santa Barbara

John Townshend
University of Maryland

Deborah Jean Warner
Smithsonian Institution

Anthony G. O. Yeh
The University of Hong Kong

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Last Updated: 24 November 2009.