Saturday, October 10, 2015, at the Wilson Library on the UNC-CH campus.
9:30 am — Meet, greet, coffee
10 am – “America’s First ‘Coloring Book’: Theodor de Bry’s 1590 edition of Thomas Harriot’s Briefe & True Report from the New-Found Land of Virginia”, by Larry Tise
11 am – “Deed Books as Maps: Origins of the 1770 Collett-Churton Map”, by Mark Chilton
12 noon– Lunch (likely box lunch available for prepurchase)*
1 pm – “Carolina Comparative Cartography – Mouzon and Others“, by Jay Lester
2 pm – Event ends.
Before the conference, and/or during lunch, you are invited to view the exhibit, Chronicles of Empire: Spain in the Americas, where De Bry volumes and fine cartographic materials will be on display.
*LUNCH: The most convenient option, if it can be arranged, would be to purchase a box lunch to be provided at the Wilson Library. If you desire this option, contact John Blythe at the Wilson Library to express your interest (firstname.lastname@example.org). Other options include various on campus facilities, some very close to the Wilson Library (http://files.dining.unc.edu/