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“Zooming Is (Not Just) Scaling: Hermeneutic Considerations of Scale in Old Maps from Cartographic Perspectives”

Santa Barbara, California (USA) / Online via Zoom

Lecture by Professor Francis Harvey at the event "Matters of Scale in Zooming and Mapping: A Contribution Towards a Hermeneutics for the Spatial Humanities", organised by the UCSB Transcriptions Center and Center for Spatial Studies

Professor Harvey's lecture will be followed by a response by Zachary Horton, titled: "Not to Scale: The Non-Contiguous Map and the Hidden Event". Zachary Horton is a Assistant Professor of English, Film & Media Studies, University of Pittsburgh (USA).

The hybrid event starts on Monday 16 May at 4:00 pm Pacific Daylight Time (CEST: Tuesday 17 May, 1:00 am).

Further informationen / Zoom registration

https://transcriptions.english.ucsb.edu/events/2021-2022-events/matters-of-scale-in-zooming-and-mapping/