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Times change Bill - that's why Ed and I are both "gentlemen farmers" now!

David
On Jan 10, 2012 10:07 AM, "Bill Barrow" <clevelandmem...@yahoo.com> wrote:

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>   1. Closing MapHist Mailing List (Peter van der Krogt)
>   2. Closing MapHist Mailing List (Peter van der Krogt)
>   3. RE: Re: "Why not Facebook?" (Gerald Stark)
>   4. Information for the 2011 Imago Mundi 'Chronicle' (Tony Campbell)
>   5. Recent doctorates in the History of Cartography (Tony Campbell)
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> From: Gerald Stark <gerald.st...@gov.ab.ca>
> Subject: RE: [MapHist] Re: "Why not Facebook?"
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> http://twitter.com/CdnCarto ) page, and we have found this to have been a
> success in terms of reaching a much broader audience than just with our own
> listserv.
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> The CCA welcomes any and all mapping-related posts to our Facebook and
> Twitter sites.
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> Regards
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> From: "Tony Campbell" <t.campb...@ockendon.clara.co.uk>
> Subject: [MapHist] Information for the 2011 Imago Mundi 'Chronicle'
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> This is my annual request for information that might be relevant for the
> 'Chronicle' section in Imago Mundi: the International Journal for the
> History of Cartography.
>
> Please send me any information that you think might be of interest to an
> international audience.  It should be news relating to the past twelve
> months [though I can store future details for use next year] and it should
> be of direct concern to the history of cartography. I should already have
> all news contained in MapHist and lismaps messages.
>
> We are seeking information relating to the following headings:
>
> 1. Personal News - deaths, significant appointments, prizes & awards,
> research fellowships, and doctorates
>
> 2. Conferences & Meetings [obviously I use John Docktor's listing <
> http://www.docktor.com/ > but there are always some events that are never
> publicised]. Individual talks are not listed.
>
> 3. Institutional & General News
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> 4. Exhibitions [again, I use John Docktor's listing <
> http://www.docktor.com/ >]
>
> 5. Notable Acquisitions by institutions, "featuring only collections,
> manuscript material, and rare or bibliographically important printed
> atlases, maps, charts and globes".
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> 6. Unusual items that have come up for sale.  [This section is compiled by
> Tom Harper < tom.har...@bl.uk>.  Please send information directly to him].
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> For further details and sample entries, please see
> < http://www.maphistory.info/chronicleletter.html >
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> 'Chronicle' is the official record of what has happened in our field over
> the previous year.  Its completeness depends, to a considerable extent, on
> what is supplied by others.  If you have any information that you think
> might be relevant, please send it to me, and I can decide if it is
> appropriate or not. Do not worry if you think I may already have the
> information.  It is better if details are sent to me four times than not at
> all.
>
> Information about publications, for the Bibliography, should be sent,
> please, to Wouter Bracke < wouter.bra...@kbr.be >
>
> To meet this year's deadline, I need information please as soon as
> possible.
>
> Thank you.
>
> Tony Campbell
> Editor of the Imago Mundi 'Chronicle'
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> For further information please see:
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> http://www.maphistory.info/imago.html  [journal homepage]
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> http://www.informaworld.com/rimu [information, subscriptions and sales -
> Routledge (Taylor & Francis/Informa)]
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> http://www.jstor.org/journals/03085694.html [back issues via JSTOR
> subscription - in 'Arts & Sciences Complement']
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> From: "Tony Campbell" <t.campb...@ockendon.clara.co.uk>
> Subject: [MapHist] Recent doctorates in the History of Cartography
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> In connection with the Imago Mundi 'Chronicle', I have always approached
> the list
> at this time each year asking for information about recently awarded
> doctorates.
> Dissertations do not have to be exclusively concerned with the history of
> cartography, but should treat non-current maps prominently. So far, I know
> of the following recent awards (2011 unless stated otherwise):
>
> Jordan Branch
> George S. Carhart
> Genevieve Carlton
> Zoltán Krasznai
> Martin Lehmann (2010)
> Jeffers L. Lennox (2010)
> Angeliki Tsorlini
> Gene Rhea Tucker
>
> Besides being included in 'Chronicle', the details will be added to the
> cumulative listing (1995- ) at < http://www.maphistory.info/phd.html >.
> I
> am always interested in adding doctorates from several years ago, which I
> had
> missed, even if these are too late for 'Chronicle'.
>
> This is where YOU come in - by helping to add to that list.
>
> Some of those included in such a list will represent the future of our
> subject.
> It is important to identify them and find ways to encourage those
> individuals to
> stay with maps.
>
> Besides those named above, I am aware of others who had contacted me
> with details of their dissertation.  I will be approaching you shortly but
> please
> respond to this message if you have already received your award. If you
> have moved, I
> will not have your correct email address anyway.
>
> Finally, I am aware of a number of other PhD students who are working with
> early maps, but whom I have been unable to contact. If this applies to you,
> or you know somebody in that position, this would be a good time to email
> me, so that I can include those details on <
> http://www.maphistory.info/futurephd.html >.
>
> Thanks for any help.  I look forward to meeting you again on the MapHist
> Forum.
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> Tony Campbell
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