Peter van der Krogt has created a full contents list for Imago Mundi, covering all past and
current issues. This will include future issues as they are published. See his listings
arranged, respectively, by Volume contents and alphabetically by the Authors of
An index by Piero Falchetta, from the beginning until 2009, in searchable pdf format, includes other journal
elements as well (obituaries, conference reports, notices, etc.).
Since 2004, the contents of the first 54 volumes (1935-2002) have been
available, in a fully searchable form, on the
JSTOR website, in the section Arts & Sciences VII. This is a subscription service, accessible
through relevant university and research libraries. However, current private subscribers are
provided with free JSTOR access to vols 1-54. Back issues in print form are available from Periodicals Service Company and Schmidt Periodicals GmbH.
An index by Piero Falchetta, from the beginning until 2009, in searchable pdf format, includes other journal elements as well (obituaries, conference reports, notices, etc.).
Since 2004, the contents of the first 54 volumes (1935-2002) have been available, in a fully searchable form, on the JSTOR website, in the section Arts & Sciences VII. This is a subscription service, accessible through relevant university and research libraries. However, current private subscribers are provided with free JSTOR access to vols 1-54. Back issues in print form are available from Periodicals Service Company and Schmidt Periodicals GmbH.
The contents pages (and latterly Abstracts) of the following remain available on this site:
Isues from 2003 (vol. 55 onwards) are available to subscribers via the Routledge/Taylor & Francis (Informa) site.
Abeyderra, A. Mapping as a Vital Element of Administration in the Dutch Colonial Government of maritime Sri Lanka, 1658-1796. 11 pp.
Akerman, J. R. Selling Maps, Selling Highways: Rand McNally's `Blazed Trails' Program. 13 pp.
Goodrich, T. D. Old Maps in the Library of the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul. 14 pp.
Heinz, M. A Research Paper on the Copper-plates of the Maps of J. B. Homann's First World Atlas (1707) and a Method for Identifying Different Copper-plates of Identical-Looking Maps. 14 pp.
Hsu, M.-L. The Qin Maps: A Clue to Later Chinese Cartographic Development. 11 pp.
Ingram, E. M. Maps as Readers' Aids: Maps and Plans in Geneva Bibles. 16 pp.
Kark, R. The Contribution of Nineteenth Century Protestant Missionary Societies to Historical Cartography. 8 pp.
Pedley, M. `I Due Valentuomini Indefessi': Christopher Maire and Roger Boscovich and the Mapping of the Papal States (1750-1755). 18 pp.
Randles, W. G. L. The Alleged Nautical School Founded in the Fifteenth Century at Sagres by Prince Henry of Portugal, Called the `Navigator'. 9 pp.
Taub, L. The Historical Function of the Forma Urbis Romae. 10 pp.
Bann, S. The Map as Index of the Real: Land Art and the Authentication of Travel. 10 pp.
Cain, M. T. The Maps of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge: A Publishing History. 17 pp.
Edney, M. Mathematical Cosmography and the Social Ideology of British Cartography, 1780-1820. 16 pp.
Falchetta, P. Manuscript No. 10057 in the Biblioteca Marciana, Venice. A Possible Source for the Catalan Atlas? 10 pp.
Frangenberg, T. Chorographies of Florence. The Use of City Views and City Plans in the Sixteenth Century. 24 pp.
Hubbard, J. C. The Map of Japan Engraved by Christopher Blancus, Rome, 1617. 16 pp.
Schwartzberg, J. E. A Nineteenth Century Burmese Map Relating to French Colonial Expansion in Southeast Asia. 11 pp.
Talbert, R. J. A. Carl Müller (1813-1894), S. Jacobs, and the Making of Classical Maps in Paris for John Murray. 23 pp.
Unno, K. Maps of Japan Used in Prayer Rites or as Charms. 19 pp.
Woodward, D. The Forlani Map of North America. 12 pp.
Akerman, J. R. The Structuring of Political Territory in Early Printed Atlases. 17 pp.
Barber, P. The Evesham World Map: A Late Medieval English View of God and the World. 21 pp.
Bendall, S. Enquire `When the Same Platte Was Made and by Whome and to What Intent': Sixteenth-Century Maps of Romney Marsh. 15 pp.
Cook, K. S. From False Starts to Firm Beginnings: Early Colour Printing of Geological Maps. 18 pp.
Day, J. D. The Search for the Origins of the Chinese Manuscript Copies of Matteo Ricci's Maps. 24 pp.
Delano Smith, C. Map Ownership in Sixteenth-Century Cambridge: The Evidence of Probate Inventories. 27 pp.
Relaño, F. Against Ptolemy: The Significance of the Lopes-Pigafetta Map of Africa. 18 pp.
Seligmann, M. S. Maps as the Progenitors of Territorial Disputes: Two Examples from Nineteenth-Century Southern Africa. 11 pp.
Stroup, A. Le Comté Venaissin (1696) of Jean Bonfa, S.J.: A Paradoxical Map by an Accidental Cartographer. 20 pp.
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DAVID TURNBULL "Cartography and Science in Early Modern Europe: Mapping the Construction of Knowledge Spaces". 20 pp. - Abstract
EVELYN EDSON "World Maps and Easter Tables: Medieval Maps in Context". 18 pp.- Abstract
MARICA MILANESI "A Forgotten Ptolemy: Harley Codex 3686 in the British Library". 22 pp. - Abstract
LILIAN ARMSTRONG "Benedetto Bordon, Miniator, and Cartography in Early Sixteenth-Century Venice". 28 pp. - Abstract
TONY CAMPBELL "Egerton MS 1513: A Remarkable Display of Cartographic Invention". 10 pp. - Abstract
BRIGITTE ENGLISCH "Erhard Etzlaub's Projection and Methods of Mapping". 21 pp. - Abstract
FRANCESCA FIORANI "Post-Tridentine `Geographia Sacra'. The Galleria delle Carte Geografiche in the Vatican Palace". 25 pp. - Abstract
Selected Papers from the 16th International Conference on the History of Cartography (Vienna, 1995):-
PETER VAN DER KROGT "Amsterdam Atlas Production in the 1630s: A Bibliographer's Nightmare". 12 pp. - Abstract
MARY PEDLEY "Maps, War, and Commerce: Business Correspondence with the London Map Firm of Thomas Jefferys and William Faden". 13 pp. - Abstract
DOV GAVISH "Foreign Intelligence Maps: Offshoots of the 1:100,000 Topographic Map of Israel". 11 pp. - Abstract
From the Theory Session:-
ED DAHL "Theoretical Aspects of the History of Cartography: A Discussion of Concepts, Approaches and New Directions".
MATTHEW H. EDNEY "Theory and the History of Cartography". 8 pp. - Abstract
CHRISTIAN JACOB "Toward a Cultural History of Cartography". 8 pp. - Abstract
CATHERINE DELANO SMITH "Why Theory in the History of Cartography?" 6 pp. Discussion 3 pp. - Abstract
CATHERINE DELANO SMITH "Imago Mundi's Logo: The Babylonian Map of the World" 3 pp.
LILIAN ARMSTRONG is Professor of the History of Art at Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts, USA.
TONY CAMPBELL is Map Librarian at The British Library, London, UK.
ED DAHL is Early Cartography Specialist, National Archives of Canada.
CATHERINE DELANO SMITH is Research Fellow, Institute of Historical Research, London, UK.
MATTHEW H. EDNEY is Associate Professor of Geography/Anthropology and of American and New England Studies, and Faculty Scholar, Osher Library, at the University of Southern Maine, USA.
EVELYN EDSON is Professor of History at Piedmont Virginia Community College, Charlottesville, USA.
BRIGITTE ENGLISCH is a Fellow of the Westfälischen Wilhelms-Universität, Münster, Germany.
FRANCESCA FIORANI lectures in Italian Renaissance Art at the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA.
DOV GAVISH is Curator of Air-Photo Archives, Department of Geography, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
CHRISTIAN JACOB is Chargé de recherches at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France.
PETER VAN DER KROGT is Senior Researcher in the History of Cartography at the University of Utrecht, The Netherlands.
MARICA MILANESI is Professor of the History of Geography and Exploration at the University of Pavia, Italy.
MARY PEDLEY is Adjunct Assistant Curator of Maps, William L. Clements Library, University of Michigan, USA.
DAVID TURNBULL lectures in the Social Studies of Science at Deakin University, New Zealand.