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      apologies for any duplication - <br>
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      Kathy <br>
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        <div class="gmail_quote">---------- Forwarded message ----------<br>
          From: <b class="gmail_sendername">Alicia Peaker</b> <span
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">Dear Colleagues,</span></p>
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">Below please find
                    the CfP for a special issue of Journal 18, a new
                    online journal dedicated to 18th C art and culture.
                    "Coordinates: Digital Mapping and 18th C Visual,
                    Material, and Built Cultures" will feature projects
                    and essays that examine the potential of digital
                    tools for visualizing spatial data in the long
                    eighteenth century. For more information, go to </span><a
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">Please circulate
                    this announcement widely. We invite all expressions
                    of interest.</span></p>
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">With best wishes,</span></p>
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">Carrie and Nancy </span></p>
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                  <b><span style="font-family:Garamond">Coordinates:
                      Digital Mapping and 18th C Visual, Material, and
                      Built Cultures</span></b></p>
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">Art history’s
                    digital turn has been stimulated by the
                    possibilities of spatial research.  Spurred by the
                    collection, preservation, and distribution of art
                    historical data in digital space—practices that have
                    both collapsed and expanded our own discursive
                    geographies—scholars have exploited the potential of
                    geospatial analysis for art historical study. These
                    new methods are particularly promising for the study
                    of the early modern world, which has been fruitfully
                    understood through the prisms of connections and
                    exchanges that crossed world regions and defied the
                    boundaries drawn on static maps. Digital mapping
                    platforms and applications like CartoDB, Neatline,
                    ArcGIS, Leaflet, and MapBox have made it possible,
                    for example, to visualize the movement of people,
                    such as artists, through temporal and geographic
                    space, thus allowing us to reimagine personal and
                    material contacts in tangible ways. Moreover, the
                    dynamic lives of mobile and fungible objects can be
                    displayed in extended and often circuitous
                    trajectories, thus encouraging the kind of nonlinear
                    visual analysis that is foundational to the practice
                    of art history. Georectification tools have further
                    facilitated the reconciliation of historical
                    figurations of space with contemporary
                    visualizations, which allows competing spatial
                    narratives to coexist productively in a digital
                    realm, while also challenging the magisterial view
                    offered by modern cartography.</span></p>
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">In this issue of <i>Journal18</i>,
                    we seek to feature current scholarship that relies
                    on the analytical power provided by digital mapping
                    interfaces for the study of visual, material, and
                    built cultures during the long eighteenth century.
                    How do digital humanities methods and tools shape
                    our understanding of space and place in the early
                    modern period? What impact might digital mapping
                    have on our historical investigations of people,
                    objects, and their environments? Submissions may
                    take the form of an article (up to 6000 words) or a
                    project presented through a digital platform that
                    takes full advantage of <i>Journal18</i>’s online
                    format. We also welcome proposals for shorter
                    vignettes (around 2,500 words) that reflect on
                    projects in progress or consider the potential for
                    particular mapping methodologies for
                    eighteenth-century art history.</span></p>
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                  <b><span style="font-family:Garamond">Issue Editors</span></b><span
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">Carrie Anderson, <i>Middlebury
                      College</i></span></p>
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">Nancy Um, <i>Binghamton
                      University</i></span></p>
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                  <b><span style="font-family:Garamond">Proposals for
                      issue #5 <i>Coordinates </i>are now being
                      accepted. Deadline for proposals: April 1, 2017.</span></b><span
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                  <span style="font-family:Garamond">To submit a
                    proposal, send an abstract (200 words) and a brief
                    CV to </span><a moz-do-not-send="true"
                    href="mailto:editor@journal18.org" target="_blank"><span
                      style="font-family:Garamond;color:windowtext">editor@journal18.org</span></a><span
                    style="font-family:Garamond"> and </span><a
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                    href="mailto:carriea@middlebury.edu" target="_blank"><span
                      style="font-family:Garamond;color:windowtext">ca<wbr><a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:rriea@middlebury.edu">rriea@middlebury.edu</a></span></a><span
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                    style="font-family:Garamond"> Articles should not
                    exceed 6000 words (including footnotes) and will be
                    due on <b>November 1, 2017</b>. For further details
                    on the submission process see </span><a
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