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Voyages dans l’école cartographique de Dieppe au XVI e siècle

Espaces, altérités et influences

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Martine Sauret

Cet ouvrage se propose d’étudier l’histoire de l’école Cartographique de Dieppe au XVI e siècle (Cossin, Nicholas Desliens, Pierre Desceliers, Roze, Guillaume le Testu, Nicholas Vallard, Jacques de Vaulx, Jacques de Vau de Claye) et d’examiner les influences des journaux de voyages de Jean et Raoul Parmentier, Verrazano et Cartier sur le tracé iconographique et cartographique de l’école cartographique de Dieppe.
Traversant l’histoire des savoirs et de ses supports matériels, l’histoire de l’imaginaire collectif et la sociologie de la connaissance, ces cartographes présentent des choix esthétiques et intellectuels importants dans l’élaboration de leurs cartes. Ils invitent les lecteurs à les redécouvrir.
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Currents in Comparative Romance Languages and Literatures

This series was founded in 1987, and actively solicits book-length manuscripts (approximately 200-400 pages) that treat aspects of Romance languages and literatures. Originally established for works dealing with two or more Romance literatures, the series has broadened its horizons and now includes studies on themes within a single literature or between different literatures, civilizations, art, music, film and social movements, as well as comparative linguistics. Studies on individual writers with an influence on other literatures/civilizations are also welcome. We entertain a variety of approaches and formats, provided the scholarship and methodology are appropriate.

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Acquisitions Department c/o Peter Lang Publishing, Inc. 29 Broadway, 18th floor New York, NY 10006

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