Books reviewed in this issue:
- Emma Willard, Maps of History by Susan Schulten,
Reviewed by Rhys Stevens, University of Lethbridge
- Atlas of Design Published by North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS)
Reviewed by Francine Berish, Queen’s University
- The Atlas of Atlases: Exploring the most important atlases in history and the cartographers who made them. By Philip Parker
Reviewed by Zack MacDonald, Western University
- 2023-02-24 (2)
- 2023-02-21 (1)
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