Motion in Maps, Maps in Motion
Titel
Motion in Maps, Maps in Motion
Subtitel
Mapping Stories and Movement through Time
Prijs
€ 119,00
ISBN
9789463721103
Uitvoering
Hardback
Aantal pagina's
184
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
17 x 24 cm
Inhoudsopgave
Toon inhoudsopgaveVerberg inhoudsopgave
0. Introduction - Jörn Seemann, Zef Segal and Bram Vannieuwenhuyze
1. The New World Map and the Old: The Moving Narrative of Joan Blaeu's Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Tabula (1648) - Djoeke van Netten
2. Entangled Maps: Topography and Narratives in Early Modern Story Maps - Bram Vannieuwenhuyze
3. Flow Mapping through the Times: The Transition from Harness to Nazi Propaganda - Zef Segal
4. The Tensions of Heterochronicity on Cartographies of Imperial Motion in Japan -Radu Leca
5. A school atlas as a history machine: The Bosatlas on-line - Ferjan Ormeling
6. Facebook Cartographies and the Mapping of Local History: Storied Maps from the American Middletown -Jörn Seemann
7. 'Change-of-State' in the History of Cartography - Mark Monmonier
List of Figures
Index
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Recensies en Artikelen

"Karten sind hier Oberflächen, Multimedia-Pakete und hybride Datensammlungen. Sie stehen online, werden geteilt und verlinkt, geklickt und gescrollt. Als Nutzer*innen interagieren und navigieren wir, photoshoppen und animieren, zoomen hinein und hinaus. [...] Auf gut 180 Seiten haben die Herausgeber sechs historische Fallstudien und einen abschließenden Kommentar zusammengestellt, die deutlich erkennen lassen, dass Karten längst nicht so starr sind, wie sie auf den ersten Blick scheinen."
- Christian Holtorf, Hochschule Coburg, Coburg, Deutschland, Geographica Helvetica, 2021

Zef Segal, Bram Vannieuwenhuyze (red.)

Motion in Maps, Maps in Motion

Mapping Stories and Movement through Time

De onderstaande tekst is niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands en wordt in het Engels weergegeven.
Motion in Maps, Maps in Motion argues that the mapping of stories, movement, and change should not be understood as an innovation of contemporary cartography, but rather as an important aspect of human cartography with a longer history than might be assumed. The authors in this collection reflect upon the main characteristics and evolutions of story and motion mapping, from the figurative news and history maps that were mass-produced in early modern Europe, through the nineteenth- and twentieth-century flow maps that appeared in various atlases, up to the digital and interactive motion and personalized maps that are created today. Rather than presenting a clear and homogeneous history from the past up until the present, this book offers a toolbox for understanding and interpreting the complex interplays and links between narrative, motion, and maps.
Redacteurs

Zef Segal

Zef Segal is a lecturer in modern history at the Open University of Israel.

Bram Vannieuwenhuyze

Bram Vannieuwenhuyze holds the Explokart chair of historical cartography at the University of Amsterdam.