The constituency boundary review is in, and it makes for very long reading

What about the past should and could be mapped, and how to do so, are vexed issues in cartographic studies

Jeremy Black pores over the latest offerings from the scholarly literature on cartography

The new edition of Tom Harper’s ‘Atlas: A World of Maps’ is an instructive as well as attractive volume

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about a vital factor in wartime production that military history often overlooks

An enjoyable visual book that acts as a history of aviation