Journal of the International Map Collectors' Society.
This contains a calendar of events, articles on
various aspects of mapping, a selection of the papers
presented at IMCoS Symposia, summaries of meetings,
book reviews, exhibition news, letters to the editor,
reports from International Representatives, messages
from the society officers and advertisements.
Imago Mundi, The International Journal for the
History of Cartography
Imago Mundi is the only English-language scholarly
periodical devoted exclusively to the history of
maps, mapping and map-related ideas. It deals with
all facets of the history and interpretation of maps
and map-making in any part of the world, at any
period. The journal is now multi-disciplinary and
over the last few years Imago Mundi has carried the
insights of geographers, historians, art historians,
historians of science, social scientists, and
Cartographica Helvetica is a communication tool
between scholars, map collectors and dealers. It aims
to provide information on every aspect of early maps,
their history as well as production methods. It is
published in German (with English and French
Summaries of the feature articles). However, the
themes are international in scope. The articles deal
with both Swiss and international maps and mapmakers.
Caert-Thresoor is the only magazine published in the
Netherlands to devote its efforts to the history of
cartography. The articles pay attention to various
aspects of historical cartography, such as plans of
towns, fortifications and gardens, developments in
styles of decoration and activities of individual
mapmakers, engravers and publishers. Room is
available for contributions on Dutch maps collections
and for announcements of findings of unusual items.
Generally, each issue contains two or three articles,
reviews, news and announcements — Varia
Cartographica — and listings of new
literature and facsimile's. The language of
publication is Dutch, articles have a summary in
Annually published journal for the history of
discoveries, edited by Dr. Lauren Beck (Mount Allison University). The journal contains articles
and book reviews on this subject written by several
eminent authors on the field. Some articles of
current and previous issues can be consulted online.
This is a new magazine intended to promote interest
in and study of old maps, catering for the novice and
the experienced collector by providing articles at
all levels of interest and expertise. Principal
features are: The Map Collectors' Circle Series',
collations of atlases, cartographic curiosities and
items of ephemera, map libraries, dealer's profiles,
reader's services, on-going files of useful
information and reviews of new books relating to
Historical Cartography. Fifteen issues have been
published on the net.
The History of Cartography Project is a research,
editorial, and publishing venture drawing
international attention to the history of maps and
mapping. The Project's major work is the multi-volume
History of Cartography series. Its inter-disciplinary
approach brings together scholars in the arts,
sciences, and humanities. Organized by region and
time period, the History of Cartography looks at maps
in the context of the societies that made and used
The Portolan - Journal of the Washington Map Society
The Portolan, published thrice-yearly, was
established to keep members informed of upcoming
meetings, exhibitions, seminars and conferences; to
provide listings of new books dealing with the
history of cartography; and to provide information of
specific interests to the membership. It has grown to
nearly 80 pages, with original research and articles
of interest to subscribers and institutions
worldwide. An index and contents listing is at the
The Globe is the journal of the Australian and New Zealand Map Society Inc. (ANZMapS). It includes selected papers from the ANZMapS annual conference, contributed articles, reviews and reports. Articles and papers are peer-reviewed.
Créée en 2012 par Philippe Boulanger et Nicola Todorov, la Revue de géographie historique a pour objectif de diffuser l’information sur les grandes questions de géographie en valorisant la démarche historique. Elle est ouverte à différentes thématiques liées aux questions politiques, économiques, rurales, urbaines, sociales et culturelles en couvrant l’ensemble des régions de la planète.
Revista da Rede Brasileira de História da Geografia e Geografia Histórica
Terra Brasilis (New Series) is a publication from the Brazilian Network for Geography's History and Historical Geography, a nationwide collective of researchers specialized in the history of geography, historical geography, the history of geographical thought and the history of cartography, mainly focusing Brazil and Latin America.
Issue 14 | 2020 (História da cartografia amazônica) is particularly dedicated to maps of the Amazon. Publication in open access.