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Table of Contents for
Map Worlds: A History of Women in Cartography by Will C. van den Hoonaard

List of Figures, Tables, and Charts

Preface

Acknowledgements

1 Introduction: The Strands through Map Worlds

2 Who Is a Cartographer?

3 The Thirteenth to Seventeenth Centuries

4 The Eighteenth and Early Nineteenth Centuries (1666 to 1850)

5 Cartography from the Margins: From the Early Twentieth Century to World War II

6 Mid- to Late-Twentieth-Century Pioneers and Advancers in North America

7 Late-Twentieth-Century Pioneers and Advancers in Europe, Asia, and Latin America

8 "Getting There without Aiming at It": Women’s Experiences in Becoming Cartographers

9 "We Are Good Ghosts!": Orientations and Expectations of Women Cartographers

10 Educational Opportunities and Obstacles

11 The Gendered Social Organization

12 Female Pathways through the Present-Day Map World

13 Gender Shifts

Appendices

A Methodology

B Topics Covered in an In-Depth Interview

C Overview of Twenty-Eight Women Pioneers in Cartography

Notes

References

Copyright Acknowledgements

Index