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WOMEN IN CARTOGRAPHY

Wednesday 23 October: 2:00pm - 4:30pm

Cambridge University Library, Map Room, West Road, CB3 9DR

This display is being held in the Map Room. Please speak to a member of our friendly team in the Entrance Hall to sign in.

The role of women in map production and publishing has often been overlooked or trivialised. See some fantastic examples of their output from the 17th century to today, and track how cartography and attitudes have changed. The University Library's Map Department holds over 1.2 million maps and atlases, and the collection includes early printed and manuscript maps through to modern resources including Ordnance Survey digital map data. From this vast collection maps made, published or sold by women have been specially selected.

Booking Information

No need to book.

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Full access

Additional Information

Age: All ages, Exhibition, Drop in, Free

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