Catherine AKEROYD (Australian National University). 'Depicting Terra Australis: an analysis of the iconography on the southern continent of Renaissance maps 1508-1690' [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2015].
Professor James ALSOP (Department of History, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada). 'Map Culture and England's Overseas Expansion, c.1550-1620'. .
Carolyn ANDERSON (University of Edinburgh). 'Constructing the Military Landscape: Board of Ordnance Maps and Plans of Scotland c.1707 to c.1815'. .
Dr Nick BARON (Department of History, University of Nottingham). 'Mapping the Soviet: Cartography and the Construction of Stalinist Space, 1917-1941'. .
Dr Ian J. BARROW (Department of History, Middlebury College, Vermont). 'Mapping India, Making Britain: Cartography and the Colonial Nation State'. .
Ken BAUER (Dartmouth College, USA). 'Exploring Tibetan cartography through the Wise Collection, British Library'. .
Martha BELL (Pennsylvania State University, Department of Geography). ‘Andean Gristmills: the emergence of new Environmental, Social and Technological Landscapes and Spanish Colonialism’. .
Brett M. BENNETT (University of Texas at Austin). ‘The Cartographic History of State Forestry in the British Indian Ocean 1850-1950’. .
Professor Jeremy BLACK (Department of History, University of Durham). 'A Study of Historical Atlases'. .
Dr Lisa BLANSETT (Department of English, Florida International University). 'Cartographies: British Fiction and Mapping, 1660-1817'. .
Dr Stéphane BLOND (University of Evry-Val d'Essonne, Department of History). ‘Administrative road maps in Europe: 1650-1800’. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2010].
Emily BOAK (Master’s Degree student, University of Calgary). ‘Imperial vision and early British cartography in Afghanistan ,1839-1919. [Supported by the Historical Geographers Research Group (HGRG)]. .
Molly BOURNE (Department of Fine Art, Harvard University). 'Francesco II Gonzaga and Early Renaissance Collecting in Italy'. .
Nathan BRACCIO (University of Connecticut). 'Clashing New Englands: Identity and the Parallel Geographies of Algonquian and English New England, 1600-1730'. .
Professor Elio BRANCAFORTE (Tulane University, New Orleans). 'Iran through Western Eyes: Representations of Safavid Persia in Early-Modern European Travel Narratives and Maps (1501-1722)'. .
Lindsay F. BRAUN (Department of History, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey). 'Imperial and National Cartographies of South Africa, 1835-1948'. .
Ben BREEN (University of Texas at Austin, Department of History). ‘Mapping Nature: Cartography as a Conduit for Natural Knowledge, 1660-1740’. [2010.]
Dr Sonja BRENTJES (Institute for the History of Science, Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany). 'The use of Arabic and Persian sources in Western-European maps of the Middle East and Northern Africa between 1550 and 1700'. .
Dr Mead T. CAIN (Independent researcher, New York). 'The Maps of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge'. .
Dr Mercedes Maroto CAMINO (Department of English, University of Auckland, New Zealand). 'Maps, Vision and Power in Spenser's A View of the Present State of Ireland'. .
Angelo CATTANEO (European University Institute, Florence, Italy). 'Mid-15th century Venetian cartography: a comparative study of a forgotten Ptolemy's Geography (Bib. Marciana MS. CL.VI, XXIV), the Harley Codex 3686 and the Venetian Portolani of the British Library'. .
Dr Angelo CATTANEO (research associate, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon, Portugal). ‘16th- 17th-Century Portuguese Manuscript Cartography Held in London Collections: Study of Patterns of Circulation and Forms of Reception (16th-19th Centuries)’. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2011].
Dr Louis CELLAURO (research associate, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Lyons, Institute of History): ‘The Eternal City: Sixteenth-Century Maps of Ancient and Modern Rome in the Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae Albums’. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2011].
Roberto CHAUCA (University of Florida). 'Science in the Jungle: the missionary mapping and national imaginings of western Amazonia'. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2014].
Dr Karen COOK (Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas), 'Reinventing George Bellas Greenough as a Map Designer'. 
Julia CUMMISKEY (Institute of the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University). 'Viral Cartographies: Mapping Disease in Uganda, 1936-1979'. 
Professor Michael F. DAVIE (Department of Geography, Université François-Rabelais, Tours, France). 'Mapping of the Levant, 1840 to 1920'. .
Dr Lisa DAVIS ALLEN (University of Texas at Tyler, College of Arts & Sciences, United States). 'Abraham Ortelius's "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum": frontispiece and author's portrait, variation of color palettes in multiple language editions'. .
Dr Martin DODGE (University of Manchester, Department of Geography). ‘War Time Civilian Cartography: Investigating the Mapping of Manchester Before, During and After the Second World War’. .
Dr Jordana DYM (Skidmore College, New York, USA), 'The cartography of western travel writers, 1600–1930'. .
Dr. S. Max EDELSON (Associate Professor of History at the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign). ‘The New Map of Empire: Cartography and Colonization in British America, 1763-1783’. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2009].
Felicia M. ELSE (Department of Art History, Washington University, St Louis). 'The Depiction of Waterways and Bridges in Sixteenth-Century Maps of Florence and Tuscany'. .
Anna FEINTUCK (University of Edinburgh). 'The production and use of cartographic knowledge: a case study of Charles E Goad's fire insurance plans of Edinburgh and Leith, 1891-1906'. .
Dr G.E.M. FISKE (independent scholar, USA), 'British cartography of Afghanistan on the eve of the First Anglo-Afghan War of 1839–1942'. .
David FLAHERTY (doctoral student, University of Virginia, Department of History). ‘British Visions of Empire and the Aggressive Imperial Project for the North American Frontier, 1713-1783’. .
Guenièvre FOURNIER (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Marseilles, France). 'Views and maps of Marseilles, Genoa and Barcelona (15th-19th centuries)'. .
Dr Gretchen E. GAYNOR (Independent scholar, United States). 'John Dee's scientific contribution as a geographer and cartographer'. .
Allegra GIOVINE (University of Pennsylvania). 'The Political Meaning of Maps: L. Dudley Stamp and the economic map of nature in Burma and Britain, c. 1920 – 1945'. .
Spyridon GKOUNIS (The Ionian University, Greece, Department of History). ‘Desertum et mare; Depictions of Monsters and Monstrous Races in Medieval World Maps'. .
Danielle GRAVON (University of Manchester). 'The fabrica of Mercator’s Atlas and the anatomy of the world'. .
Galia HALPERN (doctoral student, New York University, Institute of Fine Arts). ‘Open Geography and the Illuminated Mandeville’s Travels’. .
Professor Francis HARVEY (Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography, Leipzig). ‘Bertin and graphic design’. .
Robert IMES (University of Saskatchewan). 'A History of Leicestershire Chorographies: From Leland to Burton'. [ Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2015].
Dr Marco IULIANO (University of Naples). 'The city in wood: Giovanni Andrea Vavassore and the map of Constantinople circa 1520'. .
Phillip KOYOUMJIAN (University of Rochester, USA). 'A geographer’s world: Herman Moll and the British map trade, 1678-1732'. .
Imants ĻAVIŅŠ (University of Riga, Latvia), 'The depiction of eastern Europe and Scandinavia in early medieval Islamic cartography'. [2013.]
Radu LECA (Research Fellow, International Institute for Asian Studies, University of Leiden). 'A Comprehensive Analysis of Collections of Japanese Maps Related to Philip Franz von Siebold (1796-1866)'. .
Dr Claire LEMOINE-ISABEAU (Musée Royal de l'Armée, Brussels). 'Histoire de la cartographie du territoire belge'. .
Jeffers LENNOX (Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada). 'An Atlantic Borderland: Mapping, Geographic Knowledge, and Imagining Nova Scotia / l'Acadie / Mi'kma'ki, 1710-1784'. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2008].
Professor Elri LIEBENBERG (University of South Africa, Pretoria). 'Nineteenth-century Historical Cartography of Southern Africa, 1790 until 1920'. 
Carla LOIS (University of Buenos Aires, Instituto de Geografía, Argentina). 'Mapping the Mare Occidentale: from Mare Tenebrorum to Atlantic Ocean (1490-1600)'. .
Dr Pamela O. LONG (independent scholar, Washington). ‘Engineering the Eternal City: Power, Knowledge, and Urbanization in Rome, 1557-1590’. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2011].
Julie McDOUGALL (doctoral student, University of Edinburgh, Institute of Geography). ‘The Development and Publishing History of School Atlases and British Geography c.1880 – c.1930’. .
Jamie McGOWAN (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign). ‘Conventional Signs, Imperial Designs: The Surveying and Mapping of Colonial Ghana, 1874-1963’. .
Jessica MAIER (Columbia University, Department of Art History, New York, U.S.A.). 'Imaging Rome: the art and science of Renaissance city views'. .
Dr Niels van MANEN (Postdoctoral Researcher, VU University Amsterdam), 'Mapping fire risk: Goad's Insurance Plans'. .
Dr Annaleigh MARGEY (Trinity College, Dublin). 'Mapping Ireland, c. 1550-1640'. .
Caroline MARRIS (Columbia University, New York). ' "The Silver Sea" and the Nation-State: The Multifaceted Geopolitics of the Early Modern English Channel'. .
John MOORE (Collections Manager, University of Glasgow Library). 'British Directory Maps: an analysis of the maps accompanying the local directories of Scotland and Wales'. .
Florin-Stefan MORAR (Harvard University). 'The Maps of Myriad Kingdoms: Translation and the Circulation of Cartographic Knowledge between East Asia and Early Modern Europe'. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2016].
Anthony MULLAN (Library of Congress, Humanities and Social Sciences Division, Washington, D.C.). ' "The Post-Road from Buenos Ayres to Potosi 1816": the close relationship of a map to travel literature and visual culture'. .
Professor Karl OFFEN (Department of Geography, University of Oklahoma). 'Mapping Mosquitia: Miskitu identity and the geographical imagination in Northeastern Nicaragua',  AND (University of Oklahoma), 'From Local Knowledge to British maps: Tracing the links in Caribbean Central America'. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2014].
Karen C. PINTO (Department of History, Columbia University). 'Ways of Seeing: The World in Medieval Muslim Cartographical Imagination'. .
Dr Lisa POGGIALI (University of Pennsylvania, Postdoctoral Fellow, Program on Democracy, Citizenship and Constitutionalism). 'Digital Democracy and Analogue Autocracy?: The History of Mapping in Kenya'. .
Dr Catherine PORTER (Queen’s University, Belfast). ‘The making of maps: new ways of assessing how early surveyors mapped Plantation Ireland’. .
Amy PRIOR (doctoral student, University of Edinburgh, Institute of Geography). ‘The Cartographic Representation of Africa, 1880-1915: Print Histories of African Mapping’. .
Dr Giuseppe RAGONE (Universitá degli Studi "Roma Tre", Dipartimento di Studi sul Mondo Antico, Rome, Italy). 'Critical edition of, and historical commentary on, Cristoforo Buondelmonti's "Liber insularum Archipelagi": the manuscripts preserved in London collections'. .
Professor Sumathi RAMASWAMY (Department of History, University of Pennsylvania). 'Catastrophic Cartographies: Mapping the Lost Continent of Lemuria'. .
Sean ROBERTS (Department of the History of Art, University of Michigan). 'Cartography between Cultures: Francesco Berlinghieri's Geographia of 1482'. .
Dr James C. ROBERTSON (Department of History, University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica). 'Maps, Surveyors and Surveying: Framing the Initial English Settlement in Jamaica'. .
Dr Stephen ROYLE (Department of Geography, Queen's University, Belfast). 'The use of maps in the early development of St Helena'. .
Neil SAFIER (Department of History, The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, USA). 'Turning Water into Lines: The Cartographic Construction of Amazonia from Fritz to Ferreira, 1707-1792'. .
Professor Dr Sylvia SCHRAUT (Universität Mannheim, Historisches Institut, Germany). 'Comparing historic school atlases 1870-1960 (Germany, Austria, Great Britain and U.S.A.)'. .
Dr Susan SCHULTEN (Professor of History and Department Chair, University of Denver). 'A History of North America in 100 Maps'. [Harley-Delmas Fellow, 2016].
Professor Camille SERCHUK (Southern Connecticut State University). 'Art, Cartography and Visual Culture in France 1450-1610'. .
Jill SHEFRIN (Independent researcher, Toronto). 'Maps as Educational Aids in the Teaching of Geography to Children in England, 1760-1820'. .
Johanna SKURNIK (University of Turku, Finland). 'British Geographies of Australia 1830-1860'. .
Eva STAMOULOU (University of Manchester). 'The Early Modern Eastern Mediterranean: Cartographical Insights on Identity in Venice and its Oltremare'. .
Roger A. STARLING (Department of English, University of Toronto). 'Topography and Power: English Renaissance Drama and the Production of Space 1580-1640'. .
Andreas STEINSIECK (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Historisches Seminar, Germany). 'Public War Maps, 1899-1902. Towards a Cultural History of War Maps', with special reference to South Africa'. .
Professor Philip STERN (Duke University, North Carolina, Department of History), 'Mapping the Early Modern British Imperial Corporation'. .
Professor Lindy STIEBEL (University of KwaZulu-Natal, English Literary and Cultural Studies, South Africa). 'Thomas Baines, cartographer: mapping Australia (North Australian Expedition map 1856) and Africa (South African Gold Fields Exploration Company maps 1872)'. .
Benjamin L. STONE (Department of History, University of Chicago). 'Mapping, Map-Use and State Formation in later Seventeenth and early Eighteenth Century England'. .
Professor Richard TALBERT (University of North Carolina, Department of History and Classics). 'Peutinger’s Map of the Roman World Reconsidered'. .
René TEBEL (German Maritime Museum, Bremerhaven, Germany). 'Significance of ships on maps as a historical source'. .
Professor Dan TERKLA (Illinois Wesleyan University). 'The Hereford Mappa Mundi: Placement, Reception, and Perception'. .
Gion WALLMEYER (University of Göttingen). 'The function of cartography in the making of thirteenth- and fourteenth-century crusading experts'. .
H-D = Harley-Delmas Fellows (2008-2011 & 2014-2017)
|Argentina||1||Australia||-||[1 H-D]||Belgium||1||Canada||4||[& 2 H-D]||Finland||1||France||2||[& 2 H-D]||Germany||6||Greece||1||India [USA]||1||Ireland||2||Italy||3||Latvia||1||Netherlands||2||Pakistan [USA]||1||Portugal||-||[1 H-D]||South Africa||2||Spain [New Zealand]||1||U.K.||9||U.S.A.||36||[& 6 H-D]||West Indies||1|
Note. Harley-Delmas Fellows are included in the totals below
|Academic Discipline||Anthropology||2||Architecture||1||Art History||8||Asian Studies||1||Classics||1||Democracy Studies||1||English||6||Environment||1||European Studies||1||Fine Art||2||Geography||12||Germanic & Slavic||1||History||40||History of Medicine||1||History of Science||2||Maritime History||1||Social Sciences||1|
|Status||Academic||35||Doctoral student||39||Independent researcher||5||Librarian||3||Master's student||1||Museum curator||1||Postdoctoral Fellow||2|
Last updated 22 March 2019