Imago Mundi

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Imago Mundi  
Discipline Cartography
Language English
Edited by Catherine Delano Smith
Publication details
Publication history
Frequency Biannually
Standard abbreviations
Imago Mundi
ISSN 0308-5694 (print)
1479-7801 (web)
LCCN 36022520
OCLC no. 612175130

Imago Mundi[p] is the Imago Mundi: International Journal for the History of Cartography, as a biannual peer-reviewed academic journal about mapping, established in 1935 by Leo Bagrow.[1][2] It covers the history of early maps, cartography, and map-related ideas. Articles are in English and have abstracts in French, German, Spanish, and English. Each volume also contains three reference sections (book reviews, bibliography, and chronicle) that provide a summary of current developments in the field.

It was published originally by Imago Mundi Ltd. with ISSN: 1479-7801 (electronic), 0308-5694 (paper).


  [p] - "Imago Mundi" is pronounced /ee-Mah-go Moon-dee/.

  1. ^ Skelton, R. A. (1959). "Leo Bagrow: Historian of Cartography and Founder of Imago Mundi, 1881-1957". Imago Mundi. 14: 4–5, 7–12. doi:10.1080/03085695908592149. JSTOR 1150208. 
  2. ^ "Imago Mundi: International Journal for the History of Cartography". Retrieved 2009-11-29. 

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