Volume 10 (2005)

2005Published as ‘Inferno’

Theme: Cartography

Contents:

Recapturing the City: Popular Berlin City Maps and the Aesthetics of Orientation in Late Nineteenth Century by Christina Schumacher

Adolphe Joanne’s 1870 Paris Illustré: (Re)Presenting “Modern” Paris by Kory Olson

Historical Cities in the Net: Selecting and Analyzing Internet Resources by Dr. Marco Petrella and Dr. Chiara Santini

Town Views for Praying: The Ancient Way of Thinking by Means of Places by Giorgio Mangani

Gerrit Dou, Franciscus dele Boë Sylvius, and the Leiden Bluawepoort: Fashioning Public Identities by Michelle V. Packer

Shifting Ground: The American Landscape in Transition by Zenobia R. Kozak

Representing Memory in Exile: Vieira da Silva’s City Landscapes 1929-1946 by Maria Halkias

From the Regenerated Black Country to the Mystified New Forest: Richard Billingham’s Urbanscape and Landscape Photography by Outi Remes