Journal 18 is publishing an issue on Digital Mapping & 18th-century Visual, Material, and Built Cultures.
From the CFP:
In this issue of Journal18, 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?
Read full CFP here.