Vanessa Collingridge: Mapping Myths of Antarctica

Vanessa Collingridge: Mapping Myths of Antarctica

The Great Southern Continent was one of the most intriguing and enduring geographical myths in the history of Western civilisation, and the goal of the first two voyages of Captain James Cook - this vast landmass was rumoured to be home to 50 million people and have riches to rival Asia! In this lavishly-illustrated talk, Vanessa takes us on a voyage through time, space and the geographical imagination.

3 attendees (None invited)

Venue

Appleton Tower
11 Crichton Street