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Maps of the Moon

Lunar Cartography from the Seventeenth Century to the Space Age

Thomás A. S. Haddad

book and the ways in which Hevelius employs them” (Müller 2010, 356). Echoing concerns previously voiced by Claus Zittel (2002, 14), Müller cautions against a blanket embrace of Winkler and Van Helden’s argument, explicitly rejecting a view such as Adrian Johns’s, who had written that “in Hevelius

Maps in Newspapers

Approaches to Study and Practices in Portraying War since the 19th Century

André Reyes Novaes

noticeable at the first International Conference on Mass Media Maps, held in Berlin in 1997 and organized by Professor W. Scharfe (1997). At that meeting, Vujakovic (1997) was again an important and sometimes lonely voice in introducing critical approaches in the study of media maps, further exploring mass