Map of London: Media Coverage, Reviews, Indexing, and Linking Sites
"Forget A-Z - Try ye olde mappe of London." London Evening Standard. London, UK. 15 November 2007. Online edition.
Pitts, Patty. "Hanging out in Shakespeare’s Hood." The Ring. Victoria. 10 January 2008. P. 2. Print. Online rpt.
Horstkemper, Gregor. Rev. of The Map of Early Modern London. historicum.net: Geschichtswissenschaften im Internet. 21 August 2006. Link.
Grant, Elisabeth. "Exploring Early Modern London." AHA Today. American Historical Association. 29 July 2008. Online.
The Map of Early Modern London is indexed in the following scholarly databases:
MLA International Bibliography. Modern Language Association. Accession number 1000300123. [This bibliography is available from EBSCO via subscription at most research libraries.]
Spatial Humanities | Research: A Project of the Institute for Enabling Geospatial Scholarship. Projects & Groups >> Projects.
Selection of Linking Sites
We offer this list because sites linking to MoEML are likely to be of interest to our readers. Additions are welcome; please send details to the General Editor.
Representing France and the French in Early Modern English Drama. Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique. Links.
Flynn, Christopher, ed. Defoe’s Review: An Annotated and Annotatable Edition of A Review of the State of the British Nation. See 18th-Century Links in frame.
Internet Review Sites and Web Indices
Alsford, Stephen. Medieval English Towns. Links to Other Sites. Scroll down to section entitled "London."
Campbell, Tony, ed. Map History / History of Cartography: THE Gateway to the Subject. Webpage.
Gray, Terry A. Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet. Shakespeare’s Sources - Geographical; Shakespeare’s Contemporaries - Dekker.
Libraries and University Research Centres
Association of College and Research Libraries. WESSWeb. Social Sciences and History Web - History. Historical Maps.
Luker, George. "More Noted Things." Cliopatria: A Group Blog. HNN: George Mason University’s History News Network. Blog entry. 29 July 2008.
Blog Entries by Scholars
Booth, Roy. "The Devil Puts in an Appearance: 1655 and 1663." Early Modern Whale. Blog entry. 2 November 2007.
Mattison, David. Ten Thousand Year Blog: Archivist-Historian David Mattison’s Musings and Web Tracks on Digital Culture Preservation Issues. Blog entry. 7 August 2006.
Riddle, Randy. "Mapping Literature." Duke University Center for Instructional Technology. Blog entry. 30 July 2008.
This project is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
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