Gemma Scott

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Contact details

Name:
Gemma Scott
Position/Fellowship type:
Scouloudi Studies
Fellowship term:
to 31-Jul-2017
Institute:
Institute of Historical Research
Email address:
Gemma.Scott@sas.ac.uk

Research Summary and Profile

Research interests:
History
Project summary relevant to Fellowship:
Exploring Women's Engagements with India's Emergency, 1975-1977
Publication Details

Publications available on SAS-space:

Date Details
Dec-2011 Mapping the Religious Mind: India and the Medieval Geography of Religion

NonPeerReviewed

Religion and geography intersect and interact, particularly in the context of medieval cartography. India was represented on medieval world maps as a country of wisdom and a land of opulence but its depiction has to be seen within the wider context of the Christian vision of history.

Finishing the Unfinished: Paradise in Fausto da Longiano's Vernacular Translation of Piccolomini's Cosmographia (1544)

PeerReviewed

Epilogue: a heaven on earth

PeerReviewed

The Image of Persia in Western Medieval Cartography

PeerReviewed

The African Paradise of Cardinal Carvajal: New Light on the “Kunstmann II Map,” 1502–1506.

PeerReviewed

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