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2015 JLAG, 14:3

Journal of Latin American Geography
Special Issue Introduction
Karl Offen
Taking the Enlightenment Underground: Mining Spaces and Cartographic Representation in the Late Colonial Andes
Heidi V. Scott
Mapping Amerindian Captivity in Colonial Mosquitia
Karl Offen
Geografías en disputa: Los cambios en los discursos geográficos de la Argentina (1852-1905)
Malena Mazzitelli Mastricchio
Modernity and the Silencing of Nature in Nineteenth-Century Maps of Bogotá
Stefania Gallini and Carolina Castro Osorio
Creating Wild Darién: Centuries of Darién’s Imaginative Geography and its Lasting Effects
Julie Velásquez Runk
A Canal without a Zone: Conflicting Representations of the Panama Canal
Marixa Lasso
Revealing the ‘Lost World’: The American Geographical Society and the Mapping of Roraima during the 1930s
Alastair Pearson and Michael Heffernan
Reescrituras de una misma geografía: Tensiones entre el Instituto Geográfico Militar (Buenos Aires), el Map of Hispanic America (Nueva York) y la Carte du Monde au Millionième (París – Londres)
Carla Lois
Mapping Flower Plantations in the Equatorial High Andes
Gregory Knapp
“Mapitas,” Geografías Visualizadas and the Editorial Piedra Santa: A Mission to Democratize Cartographic Literacy in Guatemala
Jordana Dym