Mapping Latin America : a cartographic reader / edited by Jordana Dym and Karl Offen.

Contributor(s): Dym, Jordana, 1967- [editor de la compilación] | Offen, Karl [editor de la compilación]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2011Copyright date: ©2011Description: xix, 338 páginas : ilustraciones, mapas a color ; 28 cmContent type: texto Media type: sin medio Carrier type: volumenISBN: 9780226618210; 9780226618227Subject(s): Cartografía -- América Latina -- HistoriaLOC classification: GA641 | .M36Classification:
Contents:
Palace arts / Francisco Estrada-Belli and Heather Hurst -- America / John Hébert -- Charting shores / Ricardo Padrón -- Fabled land / D. Graham Burnett -- Indigenous civilization / Barbara E. Mundy -- Projecting order / Richard L. Kagan -- Hybrid space / Barbara E. Mundy -- Litigating land / Barbara E. Mundy -- Mining mountains / Peter Bakewell -- Between two seas / W. George Lovell and Christopher H. Lutz -- Bourbons and water / Vera S. Candiani -- Andean empire / Rolena Adorno -- Imperial rivalries / Matthew Restall -- Allegory and empire / Ricardo Padrón -- Edge of empire / Karl Offen -- Mapping New Spain borderlands / Dennis Reinhartz -- Forts and ports / Joseph L. Scarpaci -- Estate maps / David Buisseret -- Myths and measurements / Neil Safier -- Creole landscapes / Magali M. Carrera -- Cartographic independence / Junia Ferreira Furtado. Mapping mountains / Karl S. Zimmerer -- Traversing space / D. Graham Burnett -- Cutting across / Peter H. Dana -- Minerals and war / Karl Offen -- Initial boundaries / Jordana Dym -- Interior designs / Lina del Castillo -- Historical geographies / Raymond B. Craib -- Drawing the line / Paula Rebert --
Measuring up and fitting in / Carla Lois -- Coffee grounds / Stefania Gallini -- Portraying and planning a city / Fernando Pérez Oyarzún and José Rosas Vera -- From field to port / Michael Johns -- The life of a map / Raymond B. Craib -- The Twentieth Century: maps for every purpose and many new mapmakers. Educating the nation / Lina del Castillo -- Recordering our world / Jennifer A. Jolly -- National production / Carla Lois -- Representing the nation / Sarah A. Radcliffe -- Ties that bind / Marie Price -- A fruit company town / John Soluri -- Tropical modernism / Sylvia Ficher and Francisco Leitão -- On the road / James R. Akerman -- Mass transit / Alain Musset -- Open for business / Altha J. Cravey. Mayas and tourism markets / Walter E. Little -- National security and transnational insecurity / Michael J. Schroeder -- Revolutionary power, divided state / Joaquín M. Chávez -- Controlling people and space / Matthew J. Taylor and Michael K. Steinberg -- Sewing resistance / Ericka Kim Verba -- Vertical environments / Karl S. Zimmerer -- Renewed El Dorado / Christian Brannstrom -- Hydrologic modeling / Jessica Budds -- GIS maps and the Amazon borderlands / David S. Salisbury -- Ethnic mapping / Gregory Knapp -- Making black territories / Karl Offen -- Ironies of conservation mapping / Anthony Stocks and Peter Taber -- Mapping the Pemon homeland / Bjørn Sletto.
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The Colonial Period: explorations and empires. Palace arts / Francisco Estrada-Belli and Heather Hurst -- America / John Hébert -- Charting shores / Ricardo Padrón -- Fabled land / D. Graham Burnett -- Indigenous civilization / Barbara E. Mundy -- Projecting order / Richard L. Kagan -- Hybrid space / Barbara E. Mundy -- Litigating land / Barbara E. Mundy -- Mining mountains / Peter Bakewell -- Between two seas / W. George Lovell and Christopher H. Lutz -- Bourbons and water / Vera S. Candiani -- Andean empire / Rolena Adorno -- Imperial rivalries / Matthew Restall -- Allegory and empire / Ricardo Padrón -- Edge of empire / Karl Offen -- Mapping New Spain borderlands / Dennis Reinhartz -- Forts and ports / Joseph L. Scarpaci -- Estate maps / David Buisseret -- Myths and measurements / Neil Safier -- Creole landscapes / Magali M. Carrera -- Cartographic independence / Junia Ferreira Furtado. The Nineteenth Century: Enlightenment, independence, and the Nation-State. Mapping mountains / Karl S. Zimmerer -- Traversing space / D. Graham Burnett -- Cutting across / Peter H. Dana -- Minerals and war / Karl Offen -- Initial boundaries / Jordana Dym -- Interior designs / Lina del Castillo -- Historical geographies / Raymond B. Craib -- Drawing the line / Paula Rebert --

Measuring up and fitting in / Carla Lois -- Coffee grounds / Stefania Gallini -- Portraying and planning a city / Fernando Pérez Oyarzún and José Rosas Vera -- From field to port / Michael Johns -- The life of a map / Raymond B. Craib -- The Twentieth Century: maps for every purpose and many new mapmakers. Educating the nation / Lina del Castillo -- Recordering our world / Jennifer A. Jolly -- National production / Carla Lois -- Representing the nation / Sarah A. Radcliffe -- Ties that bind / Marie Price -- A fruit company town / John Soluri -- Tropical modernism / Sylvia Ficher and Francisco Leitão -- On the road / James R. Akerman -- Mass transit / Alain Musset -- Open for business / Altha J. Cravey. Mayas and tourism markets / Walter E. Little -- National security and transnational insecurity / Michael J. Schroeder -- Revolutionary power, divided state / Joaquín M. Chávez -- Controlling people and space / Matthew J. Taylor and Michael K. Steinberg -- Sewing resistance / Ericka Kim Verba -- Vertical environments / Karl S. Zimmerer -- Renewed El Dorado / Christian Brannstrom -- Hydrologic modeling / Jessica Budds -- GIS maps and the Amazon borderlands / David S. Salisbury -- Ethnic mapping / Gregory Knapp -- Making black territories / Karl Offen -- Ironies of conservation mapping / Anthony Stocks and Peter Taber -- Mapping the Pemon homeland / Bjørn Sletto.

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