This is a group blog on the territory and cartography AAG sessions. And possibly for further discussion/workshop/publications.
AAG 2010 participants:
1. Jeremy Crampton
2. Stuart Elden
3. Mona Domosh (Dartmouth) – Corporate cartographies and the making of an American empire
4. Mark Monmonier (Syracuse) – Aeronautical Charting and the Production, Reproduction, and Regulation of Airspace by the United States.
5. Richard Powell (Liverpool) – What is submarine territory? Extending the sovereign rights of the Danish kingdom.
6. Nisha Shah (Brown) – Metaphors, man and maps: the cartographic production of ‘territory’ as a normative principle
7. Catherine Dunlop (Yale) – Borderland Cartography from Below: The Role of Civil Society in Mapping Alsace-Lorraine, 1860-1918
8. Scott Kirsch (North Carolina) – The invention of territory
9. Jeppe Strandsbjerg (Copenhagen Business School) – Cartographic territories and the division of unknown space
10. Elena dell’Agnese (Milano-Bicocca) – ‘Manifest Cartography’: US territorial expansion, textbooks and the logo-mapping of the Western hemisphere
11. John Hessler (Library of Congress) – Political and Economic Foundations of Ancient Cartography: Roman law and Epigraphy, 100 BC-300 AD
12. Martin Pratt (IBRU) – Cartography and International Boundary Arbitration
13. Mike Heffernan –
14. Nessa Cronin (National University of Ireland, Galway) – The Jurisdiction of the Map: Official and unofficial productions of imperial space in the Ordnance Survey of Ireland, 1824-46.