Rappel : la langue officielle de la conférence sera l'anglais. Il n'y aura pas de traduction simultanée. 
Lundi 01/07/2024

Lieu : Université Lumière Lyon 2, Grand Amphithéâtre
(4, rue de l’Université, 69007 Lyon)

8:30 - 9:00 : Accueil Université

9:00 - 9:30 : Cérémonie d'ouverture

9:30 – 10:30 : Hommage Imago Mundi - Chaire : E. Vagnon

11:00 - 12:30 : Plenary Session1: Steps aside - Chair: W. Bracke
  • Cattaneo A M, Mapping the early modern connected world from Japan: Analysis of a 17th Century Japanese Map from the Kōchi Prefectural Library
  • Kantor I, The transatlantic slave trade in manuscript and printed cartographic sources: some evidences and configurations between 1648 and 1815
  • Edney M H, The myths of transformation and translatio in the history of cartography

12:30 - 13:30 Transfert Lyon 3 - Déjeuner
Lieu : IUT Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3
(88, rue Louis Pasteur, 69007 Lyon)

13:30 – 14:00 : Cérémonie d'ouverture

14:00 - 15:30 :
Oral presentations 1a - Why make globes? - Chaire : J. Močičková
  • De Biaggi E, Sirdey J, Gauthiez B, The hectic history of a globe made in Lyon in 1700
  • King R J, The southern continent on the globe published in Lyon by Guillaume Nicolai Belga in 1603
  • Phelippot G, On the "Observations de Mrs de l’Académie Royale des sciences": A new image of the world in Nicolas de Fer’s Mappemonde
  • Pegg R A, Late Ming Chinese scholars and European Jesuits make a terrestrial globe

14:00 - 15:30 : Oral presentations 1b - Materiality of maps - Chaire : N. Millea
  • Depuydt J, Wonderful woodblocks and curious copperplates: The hidden gems behind maps
  • Storms M, Modified maps – Traces of use and ownership on early modern maps
  • Trachet J, Illuminating triangulation methods in 16th Century Bruges: The application of MLRI to reveal to reveal incised underdrawings
  • Khotimsky D A, Robles Macías L A, From travelogue to map: Alessandro Zorzi’s forgotten sketches of Eastern Europe and the Middle East

16:00 - 17:30 : Oral presentations 2a – Maps and travels - Chaire : C. Dando
  • Piccolotto Siqueira Bueno B, Landscape archaeology exercises: The first general map of Brazil between travellers' accounts and watercolours
  • Chant E, Scenery and sea: Mapping early maritime cruise tourism in Patagonia
  • Altić M, Geography at the intersection of East and West: French Jesuit traveler maps of 17th century Vietnam
  • Gaspar J A, Magnetism, navigation, and cartography in the early modern period: An elusive and problematic relationship

16:00 - 17:30 : Oral presentations 2b – Discourse-oriented maps - Chaire : I. Demhard
  • Roelofs B, The emergence of map-thinking in Dutch medicine. Investigating cholera maps from the Netherlands (1832-1866)
  • Gabriel J, City planning or racist prevision? How urban renewal maps usurped democratic process in the urban North
  • Butler K, A judicial pub crawl: The influence of changing liquor licensing laws on the distribution and circulation of drinks maps in late 19th century Britain
  • Van Schaik A-R, Analyzing early modern story maps: An interdisciplinary approach

18:30 - 20:30 : Exposition : Chemins de papier - Cartes et images du voyage en France et ailleurs, 19e-21e siècle
École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, Bibliothèque Diderot de Lyon - site Descartes
5, parvis René Descartes, 69007 Lyon
Mardi 02/07/2024

Lieu : IUT Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3
(88, rue Louis Pasteur, 69007 Lyon)

8:00 - 9:00 Accueil Université

9:00 - 10:30 : Oral presentations 3a – Imaging the world - Chaire : C. Hofmann

  • Zheng M, Intersecting worlds: The re-interpretation, transformation, and integration of Jesuit mapping and geographical knowledge in Zhang Huang’s Tushu Bian
  • Martinez C, Terra Australis in a 17th century Spanish manuscript atlas, or how to read a map in a sequence
  • Mann E, Centering the Caribbean: A tale of two 17th century Atlases
  • Močičková J, Vokurka M, Circulation of maps and geographical data in the mid-18th century central Europe

9:00 - 10:30 : Oral presentations 3b – Identity and boundaries - Chaire : P. Svatek
  • Warminski A, Heritage, identity, and mapping: Digitally investigating the archaeological and cultural landscapes in imperial cartography of the Levant and Iraq
  • Novaes A. R., Mapping travels and encounters in the Amazon forest: Towards a transnational history of boundary-making at the River Verde
  • Mukherjee S, Follow the river: Discovering "traditional" borders in late Qing frontier management

11:00 - 12:30 : Oral presentations 4a – Mapping Eastern Europe - Chaire : J. Gabriel
  • Ion C, Cantemir’s Moldavia in European cartography. Putting eastern Europe on the map in the age of Enlightenment
  • Török Z G, A "Petite révolution": Sebastian Münster, Johannes Honter and their maps of Transylvania
  • Filipova H, Plus ultra: Ideology of Russian expansion in the Hetmanate and mapping land surveys in the 1710-1720’s
  • Hoogvliet M, de Vries A, Deconstructing, decolonizing and decentering the Blaeu Atlases and maps

11:00 - 12:30 : Oral presentations 4b - Know your enemy - Chaire : R. Leca
  • Soh J, Emergence of islands in 18th and 19th century Korean cartography: Mapping, geopolitics and proto-nationalism
  • Hao L, Exploring the Chinese cartographic material in 17th century Korea: Focus on the origin of Kim Su-Hong's Cheonha Gogeum Daechong Pyeollamdo
  • Yang Y, Knowledge production and reading of maps: The mapmaking and changes of Kim Suhong’s Choenha gogeum daechong pyoellamdo
  • Son K, Navigating changes: Ming’s coastal defense perception shift during the Imjin War (1592) and its cartographic representation

13:30 - 15:30 : Plenary session 2 – The building of discourse in maps - Chaire : A. Hiatt

  • Hellström P, Jean-Baptiste d’Anville’s unmapping of Africa
  • Benison L, Place names or place claims? The discursive power of toponyms on Dutch map of Hollandia Nova
  • Bockelman B, Missionary frontier to map metropole: A tale of two Thomases and their English map of Patagonia, 1771-1774
  • Besse J-M, Censorship and cartography. The Roman Inquisition and the diffusion of printed maps in the late 16th century

16:00 - 17:30 : Oral presentations 5a – Environment as resources - Chaire : E. d'Orgeix
  • Pérez Machado R P, Historical cartography in the socio-environmental atlas of Lençòis Maranhenses – Northeast (Brazil)
  • Edelson S M, Work and trade the edges of empires: The political economy of urban views in Ogilby’s America (1671)
  • Robles Macías L A, Unveiling the journey of Juan Vespucci’s printed polar hemispheres (ca. 1522-1524)
  • Furtado J F, "The map of North America" by Hermann Moll, and cartographic instrumentalisation method used at the Congress of Utrecht (1712-1715)

16:00 - 17:30 : Oral presentations 5b – On map semiology - Chaire : Q. Morcrette
  • Choi T Y, Vignettes and visual nostalgia in 19th Century British maps
  • Svenningsen S R, Colorful arrows and xerox copies. Towards a history of cartography in Cold War military operational plans
  • Zanin C, Trémélo-Apers M-L, Graphic semiology: Old fashion or not?
  • Dando C, American redlining maps as iconic images

18:00 - 20:00 : Vistes d'expositions

Représenter le lointain, un regard européen
Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon, Lyon-Part Dieu

Teaching maps: sur les traces de la cartographie à l’université de Lyon
Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, Manufacture des Tabacs, Bibliothèque Universitaire

Vulnérabilités … qu’en disent les cartes ?
Archives Municipales de Lyon

Le détail et l’ensemble. Cartes et images du territoire rhodanien et lyonnais
Archives départementales du Rhône et de la Métropole de Lyon

Mercredi 03/07/2024

Lieu : IUT Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3
(88, rue Louis Pasteur, 69007 Lyon)

8:00 - 9:00 : Accueil Université

9:00 - 10:30 : Oral presentations 6a – Explorations, ideas and realities - Chaire : A. Chassagnette

  • Griffioen M, Tracing travelers’ map encounters in Early Modern travel journals (1500-1800)
  • Isaksen L, An un-noticed cartographic revolution? Islamic world maps and the cosmic imaginary
  • Vannieuwenhuyze B., A summer full of map encounters. Cartographic literacy and the ordinariness of maps in the Netherlands in 1823
  • Dorofeeva-Lichtmann V, Conceptualising terrestrial space in early China reconsidered through traditional cartography: Insularity versus mainland

9:00 - 10:30 : Oral presentations 6b - Ancient sources in cartography - Chaire : G. Tolias
  • Macchioro R, At the crossroad between historiography and geography: Exploring maps in Galvaneus de la Flamma’s manuscripts
  • Blümer B, Layers of the “Liber Insularum Archipelagi”: Rereadings its Latin past
  • Richard Dalsace J, Three sons of Noah for three parts of the world: The making of a cartographic convention through Carolingian networks of knowledge
  • Favero F, Galvaneus de la Flamma’s "Cronica universalis": new findings about John of Carignano

11:00 - 12:30 : Posters
  • Agrech A, Madagascar: From base maps to data patchwork
  • Bridier S, Le Douarin L, Bouffier S, Suarez R, Cartomundi 2.0, a new online catalogue for old maps in 2023. Progress and challenges
  • Chodejovska E, Rural landscape in Central Europe as mapped in the pre-modern Period. Local maps in the Czech Republic
  • Cruz M N, Mapping ideas of race in the age of the Enlightenment: A historical analysis of the mural maps of Longchamps and Janvier (1754)
  • De Potestad P, From tracks to traces: Mapping of routes on the north face of Mont Blanc
  • Germain M, Candela T, From traditional cartography to webmapping: New perspectives for natural risk management
  • Hofmann C, Netchine E, Garel-Grislin J, East Asian cartography at the Bibliothèque Nationale de France: Construction and composition of a national collection (17th - 20th Centuries)
  • Jardim M E, Art, technology and chemistry in the photo-reproduction of maps and drawings by blueprinting and related reprographic processes
  • Leeflang J, A new carto-bibliography of Dutch-made maps in bibles (c. early 16th - mid 18th Centuries)
  • Lelo K, Travel itineraries in Rome: An investigation of early modern sources across Europe
  • Mazagol P-O, Maps under the Loire river – The Gorges de la Loire as a strategic mapped area
  • Rodriguez Wittmann K, The Life and works of an Italian in the Fortunate islands: Leonardo Torriani (c. 1560-1628) and the first urban plans of the Canaries
  • Tronchère-Cottet H, Ducourthial C, Levelling data from 19th Century military plans of Lyon and GIS: A method for analyzing the evolution of topography at the service of archeology
  • Tůmová M, Practical or/and beautiful? Decoration of manuscript maps in Bohemia in the 18th and 1st half of the 19th Century

11:00 - 17:00 : Foire aux cartes


13:30 - 15:30 : Ateliers

  • Cordier C, Mandelblatt B, Bermúdez J, Duranton A, Liang Y-G, Mapping empires in the early modern era, between description of space and territorialization of power
  • Dym J, Parker K, Imago Mundi: Agenda for A Second Century Promoting Map History
  • Gauthiez B, De Biaggi E, First approaches to a Chinese map of Lyon
  • Myrda G, GIS-centric historical data modeling based on the materials of Karol Perthées

15:30 - 17:00 : Oral presentations 7a - Mapping of urban - Chaire : J.-M. Besse

  • D’Orgeix E, Mapping waters: Bélidor’s L’architecture hydraulique (1737-1750) and the birth of urban hydraulic monograph’s in the 18th Century
  • Dumasy-Rabineau, A Map of Venice and its lagoon in late 15th Century
  • Shaalan C, Water and toponymy in Alexandria, Egypt (1850-1950)
  • Grosjean E, “God created the world, the Dutch made Holland”: More than six centuries of water management through urban cartography of the city of Dordrecht

15:30 - 17:00 : Oral Presentations 7b – Wilderness and forests - Chaire : K. Olson
  • Keyssner D, Remapping a global forest in the GDR: The Project of the "Haack Groβer Weltatlas" (1964-1968)
  • Skurnik J, Making and moving maps in the postcolonial world: Examples from the Finnish cooperative mapping of the Global South, c. 1980s-1990s
  • Zamfir I, Woodland cartography – Charting Wallachia’s unique manuscript maps
  • Moura D A S, Iberian colonialism and customized cartography of south-central America: The map "El Gran río Paraná nuevamente delineado" form the topographic collection of F. Bauzá (1748-1815)

17:00 - 17:50 : Rencontre ISHMap

18:00 - 20:00 : Rencontre Imago Mundi

11:00 - 17:00 : Foire aux cartes
13:30 - 17:00 :
Espace partenaires

Jeudi 04/07/2024

Lieu : IUT Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3
(88, rue Louis Pasteur, 69007 Lyon)

8:00 - 9:00 : Accueil Université

9:00 - 10:30 : Oral presentations 8a – Nationalist mapping - Chaire : C. Lois

  • Segal Z, The Jabotinsky-Perlman atlas (1925) as a globally oriented "national atlas"
  • Frei P, The German Army map of Switzerland
  • Svatek P, Simon Wiesenthal as a cartographer
  • Gallia A, Castaldi M, Grava M, Berti C, School wall maps in Italy. History of an educational tool, story of a heritage

9:00 - 10:30 : Oral presentations 8b - Remapping the World in east Asia - Chaire : V. Dorofeeva-Lichtmann
  • Caboara M, A composite map of east Asia assembled in Macau in 1593
  • Papelitzky E, World maps from China in Japan: Studying the case of Nishikawa Joken’s geography
  • Lin H, The impact of circulation of Michele Ruggieri’s manuscript atlas of China in Europe from 1590 to the 17th Century
  • Cams M, The Role of large-format maps in the encounter between administrative and geometrical modes of mapping in 16th and 17th Century China

11:00 - 12:30 : Oral presentations 9a - Indigenous knowledge and mapping Empire in the Americas - Chaire : I. Kantor
  • Mandelblatt B, “Liberté, égalité, and fraternité” in the Lesser Antilles? Indigeneity, imperial toponymy, and revolutionary cartography in the Caribbean
  • Price C, Mapping Cherokee geopolitices: John Stuart’s map [Map of the area between Fort Loudon, Tennessee, and Kaskaskia, Illinois]
  • Tamboli V, Flecheras and Spanish Arawaks: Fugitivity, mobility, and independence between the Orinoco and Essequibo Rivers in South America
  • Braccio N, Contested authorship in 17th Century Algonquian mapmaking

11:00 - 12:30 : Oral presentations 9b – Mapping Environment - Chaire : E. Cossart
  • Van Netten D, Frozen sea and melting ice. Mapping the Arctic ice cap
  • Laurent-Varin Emin C, Retrospective cartography: The example of Rhône vineyard labels
  • Heffernan M, Mapping Europe’s soils: National project and international ideals

13:30 - 15:30 : Plenary session 3 – Mapping rivers - Chaire : M. Edney

  • Rui Feng L, Antiquarianism or new knowledge? The source of the Yellow River on an Edo-era Japanese map of China’s Ming empire
  • Gomes Barreto V J, Mapping river paths: William Chandless’s cartography of western Amazon (1864-1865)
  • Sarkar O, Going with the flow: Colonizing the Bengal delta in maps and atlases
  • Dupont C, Confluences matter: cartography of the Congo River by the Institut national de Géographie (Brussels, 1880s)

16:00 - 17:30 : Oral presentations 10a - From field to print, practices and discourses in road maps - Chaire : E. De Biaggi
  • Olson K, Exploring equatorial Africa by car? Michelin’s 1961 “Afrique Centre et Sud
  • Morcrette Q, The image and the road – A quantitative and comparative approach of road maps illustrations (20th 21st Centuries)
  • Pablo-Martí F, Tracing the unseen paths: Comparative analysis of two late 16 th Century French road maps
  • Akerman J, Mapping and advocacy: Anthon L. Westgard and the American road map’s age of discovery

16:00 – 17:30 : Oral presentations 10b – Maps and conflicts - Chaire : J. Dym
  • Serchuk C, Documenting dispute: Process and product in the mapping of enclaved villages in Artois, 1560
  • Baumann A, Litigation for dominion rights – hunting maps at the Imperial Chamber Court (1495-1806)
  • Dupont H, Danish Norwegian conflict in East Greenland
  • Van Duzer C, The History of map-making in a title-page allegory in Reilly’s Grosser Deutscher Atlas (1796)

17:45 - 19:30 : Vistes d'expositions

Représenter le lointain, un regard européen
Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon, Lyon-Part Dieu

Teaching maps: sur les traces de la cartographie à l’université de Lyon
Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, Manufacture des Tabacs, Bibliothèque Universitaire

Vulnérabilités … qu’en disent les cartes ?
Archives Municipales de Lyon

Le détail et l’ensemble. Cartes et images du territoire rhodanien et lyonnais
Archives départementales du Rhône et de la Métropole de Lyon

Vendredi 05/07/2024

Lieu : IUT Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3
(88, rue Louis Pasteur, 69007 Lyon)

8:00 - 9:00 : Accueil Université

9:00 - 10:30 : Oral presentations 11a - Cartographic challenges in the Ottoman Near-East - Chaire : A. Baumann

  • Le Douarin L, A new map for a new regime? The influence of Ottoman legacy and international cooperation in French cartography of the Levant Mandates
  • Keilo J, Mapping religions in post-Ottoman Levant. Old methods, new challenges
  • Vaienti B, Deformative signatures: Studying cartographic deformations as a source of knowledge in 19th Century Jerusalem
  • Demhardt I J, Royal Prussian survey, Sven Hedin, and the World War I cartography of Ottoman Mesopotamia

9:00 - 10:30 : Oral presentations 11b – Digitalization issues - Chaire : M. Bourgeois
  • Petitpierre R, Exploring the evolution of cartographic representation at scale through visual computing
  • Frey F, Maps in numbers: The digitalization of Swiss cartography, 1960-2000
  • Guhunnec P, Mapping 200 Years of Paris: An algorithmically-enhanced quantitative and qualitative approach to urban history
  • Grevsmühl S, Noucher M, Virtual globes and environmental storytelling: History and challenges

11:00 - 12:30 : Oral presentations 12a - Digital approaches to the critical analysis of historical maps - Chaire : C. Cunty
  • Duménieu B, The Paris coordinate reference system, geometrically surveyed by the citizen Verniquet
  • Tual S, An approach to extract structured information from maps and registers guided by the history of the Napoleonic cadaster
  • Perret J, Reconstructing the location of Parisian address numbering in the 19th century by cross-referencing spatial and social sources
  • Joliveau T, Moncla L, A digital exploration of geographic knowledge in Diderot and d’Alembert’s Encyclopédie

11:00 - 12:30 : Oral presentations 12b - Mapping networks in 19th Century Africa - Chaire : J. Akerman
  • Froment D, Making Kilimanjaro: Western mapping of East Africa in the 19th Century
  • Braun L F, J. J. Herfst and the “official” cartography of the Orange Free State, South Africa, 1890-1904
  • Bassett T J, Mastering Senegal. The Permanent Commission for the map of Senegambia, 1857-1861
  • Collado A R, The role of cartography in the settlement of Western Sahara’s colonial borders

Lieu : Musée des Confluences
(86 Quai Perrache, 69002 Lyon)

13:30 - 14:00 : Accueil

14:00 - 15:30 : Plenary session 4 – What digitalization questions - Chaire : B. Gauthiez

  • Vuolanto A, Not just an Image – the digital collection of Ptolemy Atlases and how to use it
  • Panecki T, Superficial or profound change? How digital tools are influencing the history of cartography scholarship?
  • Lois C, Maps in the air, materiality and spatiality in digital era

15:30 - 16:00 : Cérémonie de clôture
ICHC 2026
Derniers mots

16:30 - 18:00 : Visite du musée des Confluences

18:30 : Excursion d'adieu en bateau et dîner