Study, marketplace and labyrinth: geometry as rhetoric

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2005 Number 57

Study, marketplace and labyrinth: geometry as rhetoric
Jess Edwards pages -


Edwards focuses on how we might judge the cultural currency of maps in the early modern period, and how maps might have been used then. The article suggests the heterogeneous implications of the development of early-modern cartography. Finally, the article explores the traditional cartographic history from this period to the present day.

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