New Publication: “Coordinates: Digital Mapping and 18th-C Visual, Material and Built Cultures,” co-edited by Carrie Anderson and Nancy Um

“Coordinates: Digital Mapping and 18th-C Visual, Material and Built Cultures,” a special issue of Journal18: a journal of eighteenth-century art and culture, Issue 5 (2018), co-edited by Carrie Anderson (Middlebury College) and Nancy Um (Binghamton University), has just been published: www.journal18.org
Spurred by the collection, preservation, and distribution of spatial data—practices that have both collapsed and expanded our own discursive geographies—art historians are poised to harness fully the potential of geospatial analysis for the study of visual, material, and built cultures. This issue of Journal18 features current scholarship that relies on the analytical power provided by digital mapping interfaces for the study of the long eighteenth century.
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