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Mapping Nature across the Americas

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By: Kathleen A Brosnan(Editor), James R Akerman(Editor)
384 pages, 20 colour plates, 59 b/w illustrations, 2 tables
Mapping Nature across the Americas
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  • Mapping Nature across the Americas ISBN: 9780226696430 Hardback Dec 2020 Available for pre-order : Due Dec 2020
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Maps are inherently unnatural. Projecting three-dimensional realities onto two-dimensional surfaces, maps are abstractions that capture someone's idea of what matters within a particular place; they require selections and omissions. It is these very characteristics, however, that give maps their importance in understanding how humans have interacted with the natural world and that give historical maps especially the power to provide rich insights into the relationship between humans and nature over time. That is just what is achieved in Mapping Nature across the Americas.

Illustrated throughout, the essays in this book argue for the greater analysis of historical maps in the field of environmental history and for greater attention within the field of the history of cartography to the cultural constructions of nature contained within maps. This volume thus provides the first in-depth and interdisciplinary investigation of the relationship between maps and environmental knowledge in the Americas, from sixteenth-century indigenous cartography in Mexico to the mapping of American forests in the United States during the early conservation years of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

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Kathleen A. Brosnan is the Paul and Doris Eaton Travis Chair of Modern History at the University of Oklahoma. She is the author of Uniting Mountain and Plain: Cities, Law, and Environmental Change along the Front Range and coeditor, most recently, of Energy Capitals: Local Impact, Global Influence.

James R. Akerman is director of the Newberry Library's Hermon Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography. He is the editor, most recently, of Decolonizing the Map: Cartography from Colony to Nation, also published by the University of Chicago Press.

Coming Soon
By: Kathleen A Brosnan(Editor), James R Akerman(Editor)
384 pages, 20 colour plates, 59 b/w illustrations, 2 tables
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