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Invitation to submit projects to be featured on Mapping to Print website

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      Jasper van Putten

      Dear all,

      I would like to invite scholars ‘who map print to send me links to their online projects and be featured—with link, brief description, and screen shot—on this website: Mapping Print

      The Mapping Print project brings together online projects that trace the history of print—both printed images and letterpress—in space and time using geographic information systems (GIS) and other digital analytical tools.

      Any relevant project is of interest and I’m especially interested to add Non-European projects to the site.




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