California Map Society / Rumsey Map Center Annual Lecture and Student Essay Competition Winner Talks

Friday, May 10, 2019

2:30 pm

The David Rumsey Map Center Map

Sponsored by:
David Rumsey Map Center

On May 10, 2019 our annual lecture series co-sponsored by the California Map Society will feature Dr. Stephen Hornsby, director of the Canadian-American Center and Professor of Geography and Canadian Studies at the University of Maine. His research focuses on the historical geography of northeastern North America and the Atlantic world, and on the history of cartography. He has written and co-edited several prize-winning books, including Surveyors of Empire: Samuel Holland, J.F.W. Des Barres, and the Making of the Atlantic Neptune (2011), Historical Atlas of Maine (2015), and Picturing America: The Golden Age of Pictorial Maps (2017).  Among his current research projects and the subject of his talk is the impact of the hippie counter-culture on popular cartography. This topic should appeal to those interested in the history of American cartography and who lived through and experienced the hippie movement in the Bay area.

The Rumsey Center program will also feature the winner of the California Map Society/Rumsey Map Center Graduate Student Essay Competition.  

Schedule 

Doors open 2.30 pm

3.00 pm: TBD: Student Essay Competition Winner

4.00 pm: Professor Stephen Hornsby

5.30 pm: Center Closes 

When:
Friday, May 10, 2019
2:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Where:
The David Rumsey Map Center Map
Admission:

The talks are free but require advanced registration. Please register here.

Tags:

Arts Lecture / Reading Education Environment Engineering Humanities Public Service Careers Women / Gender Science 

Audience:
General Public, Faculty/Staff, Students, Alumni/Friends, Members
Contact:
650-498-8698, rumseymapcenter@stanford.edu