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The Clements Bookworm: Online Event for History Lovers - Shared screen with speaker view
Angela Oonk
12:38
Good morning! Welcome everyone! Take the poll and tell us a funny observation about navigating. Be sure to select "All panelists and attendees"
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
16:26
Where is everyone signing in from?
Gabe Konrad
16:35
Good morning from Sand Lake, Mich!
Barbara prince
16:52
Hello from Novi Michigan (Fox Run)
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
17:19
Good morning Gabe and Barbara, thanks for joining us.
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
17:39
Be sure to select "All panelists and attendees"
Allison MacDuffee
18:01
Hello from Toronto
Betty Bishop
18:19
Hello from Ann Arbor
Tracy Payovich
18:56
Good morning to all from Ann Arbor!
Paul Joseph Erickson
19:50
Hi Martin--great to see you!
Michael Borsk
21:13
Hi from Kingston, Ontario!
doug_user
21:15
Question: do you prefer the DeLorme style of atlas organization or alphabetizing by county?
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
22:06
Bookworm Recordingshttps://clements.umich.edu/public-programs/the-clements-bookworm-recordings
Rosemary Baldwin
22:15
Hi from Ann Arbor.
Art Acton
22:15
Hello from Pittsburgh
Georgia Barnhill
22:46
Hi Martin and everyone!
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
22:46
Good morning Art
rex hauser
23:42
halloo!
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
24:05
http://www.clements.umich.edu
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
25:20
Oh, how I miss tea time. Such a wonderful time to get to know our researchers and share.
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
26:31
https://leadersandbest.umich.edu/find/#!/lib/clements/programs
rex hauser
27:50
When and where is the annual map lecture?
williammarvel
28:54
The compass choice was one of mine. Many of my travels are on foot.
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
29:47
Hi Rex, the annual Michigan Map Society lecture is held on campus - we've hosted Susan Schulten, Max Edelson and many others in the past.
Linda Klein
29:58
Good morning from Warren MI
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
30:11
Watch Mary Pedley in an enlightening 8-minute video presentation, Testing and Tracking: How Maps visualize science. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwkSCOEfDOM&feature=youtu.be
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
30:23
The History of Cartography: Volume 4 - Cartography in the European Enlightenment.https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/H/bo4149971.html
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
30:39
Social Life of Mapshttps://uncpress.org/book/9781469632605/the-social-life-of-maps-in-america-1750-1860
Karl Eric Longstreth
31:50
The Map Society lectures usually occur in the early spring on the campus of the University. In recent years we have used the auditorium of the Ross School of Business. The event is announced through the Clements, the University Library & if you receive the events email from the Clements you will see it listed.
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
35:13
The Geographic Revolution in Early America -Maps, Literacy, and National Identityhttps://uncpress.org/book/9780807856727/the-geographic-revolution-in-early-america
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
43:47
A general map of the middle British colonies, in America;...https://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1ic/x-791/wcl000885
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
46:24
Samuel Lewis mapUnited States.https://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1ic/x-1008/wcl001102
Cheryl Thurber
47:02
this would be better if we could see the map slides
Timothy Utter
57:30
You can enlarge the presentation slide by mousing over the bar that splits the two windows and pulling it to the right.
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
58:30
Great suggestion, Tim, thanks
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
58:47
John Melish, Map of the seat of war in North America, 1813.https://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1ic/x-536/wcl000628
rex hauser
01:08:11
Bailey slide?
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:18:44
Map of Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado.http://quod.lib.umich.edu/w/wcl1ic/x-6567/wcl006634
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:26:26
Jack Deo background: http://www.viewsofthepast.com/pages/about.htmlBrian Luskey’s “Men is Cheap”https://uncpress.org/book/9781469654324/men-is-cheap/
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:27:00
To access past recordings and resource lists:https://clements.umich.edu/public-programs/the-clements-bookworm-recordings
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:27:56
https://leadersandbest.umich.edu/find/#!/lib/clements/programs
Barbara prince
01:43:27
Very interesting. Learned much about why we have maps. Thanks again.
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:43:48
Have a great weekend.
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:47:12
A History of America in 100 Maps
Jayne Ptolemy
01:47:19
check out this quarto re. maps and slavery: https://clements.umich.edu/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/quarto47-african-american-2.pdf
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:47:26
Susan Schulten
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:47:52
Mapping the NationHISTORY AND CARTOGRAPHY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY AMERICA
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:48:00
https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/M/bo13141427.html
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:49:35
https://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/H/bo29613841.html
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:49:37
A History of America in 100 MapsSUSAN SCHULTEN
Nancy Russell
01:52:21
Interesting (and scary) book: The Map Thief, by M. Blanding, written a few years ago.
Tracy Payovich
01:53:39
Thanks, Nancy! The Clements Library hosted Blanding for a lecture a few years ago and the recording is available on our website: https://clements.mivideo.it.umich.edu/media/t/1_ilqutvpr/92955301
Nancy Russell
01:55:49
In Paris, visit the Musee des Plans-Reliefs. 3D scale model maps ordered up by Louis XIV.
carri reuter
01:58:19
thank you for a great presentation
Anne Development Bennington-Helber
01:58:35
Be safe.