cartographies of time
in their new book ‘cartographies of time‘, daniel rosenberg and anthony grafton dissect and track the methods people used when attempting to record the passage of time. these timelines, lists and antiquated infographics reveal particular attitudes and novel approaches to documenting history.
rosenberg and grafton organize cartographies, naturally, in chronological order, tracing the earliest timelines from ancient greece all the way to modern reinterpretations. expertly showing the evolution of the form, the book’s fascinating swathe of cartographic imagery will appeal to history buffs and data visualization fans alike.