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PhD Student Meghan Kelly Publishes in Rolling Stone Magazine

It’s been an eventful summer in the UW–Madison Cartography Lab! On top of our usual summer contract work, a Cart Lab alumnus put us in…

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2017 Graduate Student Publications

Geography graduate students publish in a wide range of academic and non-academic venues from Computational Culture: A Journal of Software Studies to Ephemera: Theory and…

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Doeppers publishes new book

Congratulations to Dr. Dan Doeppers (Emeritus Professor of Geography and Southeast Asian Studies) for the publication of his landmark book, Feeding Manila in Peace and War, 1850–1945, now…

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Denevan co-authors biography of Carl Sauer

Professor emeritus Bill Denevan recently co-authored a biography of Carl O. Sauer. This is the first book-length biography of the famous geographer and influential scholar. To Pass on a Good Earth: The…

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As the river rises: Cahokia’s emergence and decline linked to Mississippi River flooding

by Kelly Tyrell, UW Communications As with rivers, civilizations across the world rise and fall. Sometimes, the rise and fall of rivers has something to…

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Maps Get a New History!

Celebrating the publication of Volume Six of the History of Cartography Cartography in the Twentieth Century Why do maps need a new history? Maps and…

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The History of Cartography Project receives major funding from the National Science Foundation

The History of Cartography Project, in the UW–Madison Geography Department, has received a five-year grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Beginning September 2014, the…

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The new Madison Geographic is out!

We are pleased to announce the release of this year’s edition of Madison Geographic, the newsletter of the undergraduate Geography Club. Inside you can read undergraduate…

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History of Cartography Volume Three Now Online

Volume Three, Cartography in the European Renaissance, was made available to the public on the University of Chicago Press web site on May 20, 2013….

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History of Cartography Project awarded NEH grant

The History of Cartography Project has been offered a new grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). The two-year award from agency’s Division of Preservation…

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