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Reading Series: Visualizations, Representations and Drawings [11&12|2011]

Flyer: Reading Series - Prof. William Cartwright

This series of readings will develop the concept of 'the map', and provide information about why maps 'work' as representations of Space and Time.

Download: flyer_readings_cartwright_ws11.pdf

Part I: "Place and Space"
Thursday 17th of November 2011, 14:30-16:00; Department of Art History, SR2

Part II: "Map concepts – Representing Space and Place"
Tuesday 22th of November 2011, 12:00-13:30; Department of Art History, SR2

Part III: "Matteo Ricci's Chinese World Map (1602) - Representing the Known World"
with Professor Eugene Y. Wang (Harvard University, Department of History of Art and Architecture)
Friday 25th of November 2011, 10:00-12:00; Austrian National Library, Oratorium (Josefplatz)

Part IV: "Artefacts for representing geography – Drawing Space and Place: Maps or Diagrams? Beck's London Underground Map"
Thursday 1st of December 2011, 14:30-16:00; Department of Art History, SR2

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