Elsewhere: A Journal of Place - No. 04

Elsewhere: A Journal of Place - No. 04
Author: Paul Scraton & Julia Stone (Eds.)
Publisher: Elsewhere Journal
Language: English
Pages: 81
Size: 16 x 23 cm
Weight: 218 g
Binding: Softcover
ISBN: 9772364443007
Price: €12.00
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London, England by Jeanette Farrell
Papua, Indonesia by Ho-Ming So Denduangrudee
Prague, Czech Republic by Paul Scraton
Madeira, Portugal by Ellie Broughton
Pilbara, Australia by Peter Papathanasiou
Hilo, Hawaii by Robert Savage
Rhoscolyn, Wales by Paul Scraton

Photo Essay…
Independence Day - Words: Stephen Glennon, Photos: Chiara Dazi
In 1989, the Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, one of the 15 republics of the USSR, established Romanian, written in the Roman alphabet, as the official language of the republic. Transnistria, a Russian-speaking sliver of land on Moldovan soil between the Dniester River and Ukraine, responded by declaring its independence, which, after a brief civil war, still exists as the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic (PMR), despite a complete lack of international recognition. 2 September is Independence Day, and a day of celebration in the capital Tiraspol.

Cartography Special…
The wonderful world of maps plus interviews with Daniel Reeve and Jake Coolidge

A Kind of Compass - Stories on Distance, edited by Belinda McKeon
Dear Esther video game, created by Dan Pinchbeck and Robert Briscoe
Mapping the Nation - History and Cartography in Nineteenth-Century America, by Susan Schulten