|Mapping Asia : cartographic encounters between East and West : Regional Symposium of the ICA Commission on the history of cartography, 2017 / Martijn Storms, Mario Cams, Imre Josef Demhardt, Ferjan Ormeling, editors.|
Includes bibliographical references.
"This volume comprises a selection of the research papers presented at a two-day
symposium on the history of cartography, which took place at Leiden University
Library on September 15–16, 2017. The symposium was titled Mapping Asia:
Cartographic Encounters Between East and West and was co-organized by Leiden
University Libraries and the Commission on the History of Cartography of the
International Cartographic Association (ICA)."
"This proceedings book presents the first-ever cross-disciplinary analysis of 16th-20th century South, East, and Southeast Asian cartography. The central theme of the conference was the mutual influence of Western and Asian cartographic traditions, and the focus was on points of contact between Western and Asian cartographic history. Geographically, the topics were limited to South Asia, East Asia and Southeast Asia, with special attention to India, China, Japan, Korea and Indonesia. Topics addressed included Asia's place in the world, the Dutch East India Company, toponymy, Philipp Franz von Siebold, maritime cartography, missionary mapping and cadastral mapping."
The Topographic Survey of the Netherlands East Indies, Batavia 1864–1950 / Ferjan Ormeling - -
The Importance of Diacritics on Dutch Historical Map Toponyms in Java, Aceh and Nias / Albina Apriadsa, Ari Cahyono and Rossaydiana Apriadna -- Buginese Charts: Typical Cartographic Encounters Between East and West? / Marco van Egmond -- A Collage of Many Things: Rethinking the Making
of the Selden Map / Tsung-jen Chen -- Jesuit Contribution to the Mapping of the Philippine Islands: A Case of the 1734 Pedro Murillo Velarde’s Chart / Mirela Altić -- Naming and Re-naming on Formosa: The Toponymic Legacies of the VOC Cartographies on the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Western Maps / Peter Kang -- Localizing Asia: Mapping Japan, Asia, and Europe in the Early Modern World / Sayoko Sakakibara -- Gyōki-Type Shape: Representation of the Japanese Archipelago in East-Asian and Western Maps / Ekaterina Simonova-Gudzenko -- Maps as Knowledge Vehicles: Insights from the Collections of Leiden University Library / Radu Leca -- The Use of Japanese Early Modern Maps by Western Cartographers During the Nineteenth Century / Kunitada Narumi and Shigeru Kobayashi -- Re-locating the ‘Middle Kingdom’: A Seventeenth-Century Chinese Adaptation of Matteo Ricci’s World Map / Gang Song -- Cartographic Accuracy and the Myth of Manchu Origins on the 1719 Overview Maps of the Imperial Territories / Fresco Sam-Sin -- Mapmakers in China and Europe 1800–1844: The Perspective of William Huttmann, Royal Geographical Society / Ines Eben von Racknitz -- From ‘All Under Heaven’ to ‘China in the World’: Chinese Visual Imaginations from the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries / Laura Pflug -- A Disastrous Project: C. P. Keller and the Fortification (Plans)
of Bimilipatnam / Jeroen Bos -- Inventing a Cartographical Image for Postcolonial India: European Models and the Politics of National Identity / Arundhati Virmani.
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