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Subject: (Fwd) (Fwd) History of Cartography
From: Gustav Holmberg <[log in to unmask]>
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Date:Mon, 16 Sep 1996 17:20:47 +0000

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Date:          Mon, 16 Sep 1996 15:40:01 +0000
Reply-to:      History of Astronomy Discussion Group <[log in to unmask]>
From:          Peter D Hingley <[log in to unmask]>
Subject:       (Fwd) History of Cartography
To:            Multiple recipients of list HASTRO-L <[log in to unmask]>

This message is  posted on behalf  of  Dr Tony  Campbell of the
British Library.  I am cross posting it to  HASTRO-L  and  to
EX-LIBRIS  and apologise in advance for any duplication.

Peter D Hingley ,  Librarian , Royal Astronomical Society , London

          The J.B. Harley Research Fellowships in the
                    History of Cartography
                        London, U.K.

                     in association with

                     The British Library
                   National Maritime Museum
                     Public Record Office
                  Royal Geographical Society

Applications for the 1997 Fellowships are invited from anyone
pursuing advanced research in the history of cartography,
irrespective of nationality, discipline or profession.  'Advanced
research' is taken to mean work towards a doctorate,
post-doctoral research, and work of an equivalent level
regardless of the applicant's formal qualifications. Preference
will be given to interpretative studies in map history,
irrespective of area, theme or period.

The Harley Fellowships are prestigious as the only ones of their
kind in Europe. They aim to promote use of the great wealth of
cartographic material in London.  Awards are normally of 400
pounds, to assist with the cost of two weeks in London.

Seven Fellowships have been awarded in the past two years, to a
museum curator, a social scientist and doctoral students and
academics from departments of English, Fine Arts and History.
Winners to date have come from Belgium, Canada, New Zealand, UK
and USA.

The closing date for applications is NOVEMBER 1st.  Please
request further details from Tony Campbell, Hon. Sec., J.B.
Harley Fellowships, at the address below.  The text of the
application leaflet can be sent by e-mail.

Institutions are invited to request copies of the printed
leaflet for display purposes.

   #####  It would be most helpful if you indicated  #####
                on which list you saw this notice


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British Library Map Library
Great Russell Street
London WC1B 3DG, UK
Phone: 0171 412 7525.  International: +44 171 412 7525
Fax: 0171 412 7780. International: +44 171 412 7780


P D Hingley, Librarian, Royal Astronomical  Society, Burlington House, Piccadilly,  London  W1V  0NL England
Tel  0171  734  4582 /3307 FAX  0171  494  0166
e-mail  [log in to unmask]

Gustav Holmberg, PhD student, History of Science and Ideas
Lund University, Sweden.
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