Cartographica is an international, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal which publishes transformative research, education, and practice contributions to the social, political, technological, and historical aspects of cartography. Editors-in-Chief – Monica Wachowicz (University of New Brunswick) and Emmanuel Stefanakis (University of New Brunswick)
Cartographica welcomes manuscript submissions of original perspectives and innovative findings in the production, design, use, cognitive understanding, and novel applications of maps in arts, computer science, economy, engineering, geography, history, medicine, health, and surveying.
Special Issues proposals are also encouraged.A special issue is organized by a special issue editor(s) around a specific content area or methodology that may represent a large scale international development or a collection of manuscripts presented at a conference or workshop. Content, timeliness of the topic, thoroughness of the proposal, relevance for the journal’s readership, and production schedule are among the criteria used for selection. Please email the journal editors at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to submit proposals for review. Submissions are accepted on a rolling basis.
Cartographica is available in print and online via two platforms – Cartographica Online and Project Muse. The journal attracts approximately 26,500 TOC views and 26,000 article downloads each year.
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