Terrae Incognitae is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal published for the Society for the History of Discoveries. The aim is to examine the history and impact of geographic exploration and cross-cultural interaction around the globe prior to the modern era. Each issue includes an expansive book review section.
Recent articles have ranged from the use of DNA technology to track the movement of chickens and thus populations in pre-historic Oceania to the role of the Order of Christ in furthering 16th-century Portuguese expansion; from the significance of inter-cultural adoption or rejection of clothing for understanding cross-cultural interaction to Marco Polo’s influence on cartography.
Information for Contributors
We welcome contributions to Terrae Incognitae. All information concerning article submission can be found on our publisher’s web site.
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Editor: Dr. Richard Weiner, Purdue University, Fort Wayne
Associate Editors: Dr. Gayle Brunelle (California State University, Fullerton)
Alistair S. Maeer (Texas Wesleyan University) and
Anthony Mullan (Library of Congress)
Book review editor: David Buisseret, Newberry Library