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Almeida, Joselyn M. “The Sight of a New World: Discovery and Romanticism.” WC 32 (2001): 148-151.
Keywords: Christopher Columbus | exploration discovery & travel | literature—19th C
  
Antoine, Philippe. “Le paysage américain chez Chateaubriand.” In Balcou ( Collections ), pp. 47-59.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | François René Chateaubriand | landscape
  
Archer, John Michael. Old Worlds: Egypt, Southwest Asia, India, and Russia in Early Modern Writing . Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | John Dryden | John Fletcher | John Milton | Philip Sidney | William Shakespeare
  
Auger, Reginald, William W, Fitzhugh, Lynda Gullason, Anne Henshaw, Donald Hogarth, and Dosia Laeyendecker. “Decentring Icons of History: Exploring the Archaeology of the Frobisher Voyages and Early European-Inuit Contact.” In Warkentin ( Collections ) , pp. 262-286.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Martin Frobisher | minority studies | technology
  
Barnes, Geraldine. “The Norse Discovery of America and the American Discovery of Norse (1828-1892).” SiM [note: Studies in Medievalism ] 11 (2001): 167-188.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—medieval
  
Batschmann, Oskar. “Landschaftsmalerei.” In Glaser ( Collections ) , pp. 515-541.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | landscape | literature—18th C | visual arts—18th C
  
Bonnerot, Olivier. “Le crayon et la plume: les pyramides de Vivant Denon.” In Bertaux (Collections ), pp. 71-76.
Keywords: architecture | Dominique Vivant Denon | exploration discovery & travel
  
Borella, Sara Steinert. “Re-Discovering the Travel Narratives of Ella Maillart.” WIFSt [note: Women in French Studies ] 9 (2001): 123-137.
Keywords: Ella Katherine Maillart | exploration discovery & travel
  
Borsdorf, Axel. “Alexander von Humboldts ‘Amerikanische Reise' und ihre Bedeutung für die Geographie.” In Ette (Collections ) , pp. 137-155.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | exploration discovery & travel
  
Brackett, John. “Africa and Africans in the Imagination of Renaissance Italians.” In Matteo ( Collections ), pp. 63-82.
Keywords: Alivise Ca da Mosto | Antonio Malfante | exploration discovery & travel
  
Brancaforte, Elio Christoph. Reading Word and Image: Representations of Safavid Persia in the Maps and Frontispieces of Adam Olearius (ca. 1650) . Ph. D. Dissertation: Harvard University, 2001.
Keywords: Adam Oelschlager | cartography | exploration discovery & travel
  
Chung, Rebecca. “A Woman Triumphs: From Travels of an English Lady in Europe, Asia, and Africa . In Kamps (Collections ), pp. 110-124.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Mary Wortley Montagu
  
Clifford, Nicholas J. “A Truthful Impression of the Country": British and American Travel Writing in China, 1880-1949 . Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature--19th C
  
Collins, Lisa Gail. “Visible Roots and Visual Routes: Art, Africanisms, and the Sea Islands.” Rutgers Art Review 19 (2001): 75-99.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | minority studies | visual arts—20th C
  
Danson, Edwin. Drawing the Line: How Mason and Dixon Surveyed the Most Famous Border in America . New York : John Wiley, 2001.
Keywords: cartography | Charles Mason | exploration discovery & travel | Jeremiah Dixon
  
Dardary, Abdul Mawjoud Rageh. Cultural Alterity, Euro-Centrism, and Islamism: Travel Literature and the Construction of Misr/Egypt . Ph. D. Dissertation: University of Pittsburgh, 2000.
Keywords: Alexander William Kinglake | Eliot Warburton | exploration discovery & travel
  
Dickinson, Sara. “The Russian Tour of Europe Before Fonvizin: Travel Writing as a Literary Endeavor in Eighteenth-Century Russia.” SEEJ 45 (2001): 1-29.
Keywords: Boris Kurakin | Ekaterina Dashkova | exploration discovery & travel | literature—18th C
  
Dolan, Brian. Ladies of the Grand Tour: British Women in Pursuit of Enlightenment and Adventure in Eighteenth-century Europe . New York: HarperCollins, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | literature--18th C | social sciences
  
Eaton, Joseph. “'Birds Without Song, Flowers Without Smell': British Travelers, American Nature, Democracy, and the Politics of Travel.” In Teeuwen ( Collections ), pp. 77-90.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—19th C
  
Edson, Evelyn. “Defining Africa: European Views of the Continent in the Middle Ages.” In Matteo ( Collections ), pp. 47-62.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—medieval
  
Eperjasi, John. “The American Asiatic Association and the Imperialist Imaginary of the American Pacific.” Boundary 2 28 (2001): 195-219.
Keywords: colonialism | exploration discovery & travel
  
Fabian, Johannes. “Time, Narration, and the Exploration of Central Africa.” Narrative 9 (January 2001): 3-20.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—19th C | narrative
  
Fairman, Elisabeth. “'Wherein All Trauailers May Vnderstand How to Direct Their Voyages': Maps and Atlases at the Yale Center for British Art from the Bequest of Paul Mellon.” YULG [note: Yale University Library Gazette ] 75 (April 2001): 111-144.
Keywords: cartography | exploration discovery & travel
  
Fortunati, Vita. “The Oriental Travels of Vita Sackville-West.” In Fortunati ( Collections ) , pp. 65-73.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Vita Sackville-West
  
Frakes, Jerold C. “Vikings, Vinland, and the Discourse of Eurocentrism.” JEGP 100 (2001): 157-199.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—medieval
  
Gasquet, Axel. “Las dos caras de Jano de la frontera argentina: Exploración interna y apropiación de la vieja Europa.” Hispam [note: Hispamerica: Revista de Literatura 30 (2201): 3-22.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | geography
  
Gerster, Robin. “Homeward Bound: Australian Literary Travels in Asia.” In Teeuwen ( Collections ) , pp. 121-131.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—19th C
  
Giordani, Rosa Maria. “ West with the Night : Beryl Markham's Flight across Africa.” In Fortunati ( Collections ) , pp. 91-97.
Keywords: Beryl Markham | colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | Mary Kingsley | race studies
  
Glaser, Horst Albert. “Weltumsegler und ihre Reiseberichte.” In Glaser ( Collections ) , pp. 15-22.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—18th C
  
Griffiths, Robert Gordon. Expedient Truths: Aspects of Narrative Representation in Elizabethan Voyage Literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Virginia, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—Renaissance | narrative | rhetoric of science | Walter Ralegh
  
Grigsby, Darcy Grimaldo. “Orients and Colonies: Delacroix's Algerian Harem.” In Wright (Collections), pp. 69-87.
Keywords: colonialism | Eugène Delacroix | exploration discovery & travel
  
Gross, Andrew S. “Theodore Dreiser and Emily Post: The Early Road Book as an Economic and Political Form.” In Teeuwen ( Collections ) , pp. 105-120.
Keywords: advertising | automobile | Emily Post | exploration discovery & travel | technology | Theodore Dreiser
  
Guy, Helène. “La figure d'Everest dans le récit d'expédition.” Tangence 65 (Winter 2001): 115-127.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | geology | literature—20th C
  
Haggis, Jane. “The Social Memory of a Colonial Frontier.” Australian Feminist Studies 16 (March 2001): 91-99.
Keywords: colonialism | Cristina Smith | exploration discovery & travel | minority studies
  
Harper, Lila Marz. Solitary Travelers: Nineteenth-Century Women's Travel Narratives and the Scientific Vocation . Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; London: Associated University Presses, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Harriet Martineau | Isabella L. Bird | Mary Kingsley | Mary Wollstonecraft | popular science
  
Heidenreich, Conrad E. “The Beginning of French Exploration out of the St. Lawrence Valley: Motives, Methods, and Changing Attitudes towards Native People.” In Warkentin ( Collections ), pp. 236-251.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Jacques Cartier | Jean François de Roberval | minority studies | Samuel de Champlain
  
Henderson, Clara. "When Hearts Beat Like Native Drums: Music and the Sexual Dimensions of the Notions of ‘Savage' and ‘Civilized' in Tarzan and His Mate, 1934.” Africa Today 48.4(2001): 91-124.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | film/TV | music | stereotypes
  
Hendrix, James P., Jr. “A New Vision of America: Lewis and Clark and the Emergence of the American Imagination.” GPQ [ note: Great Plains Quarterly ] 21 (2001): 211-232.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | James Fenimore Cooper | Meriwether Lewis | Washington Irving | William Clark
  
Holland, Barbara. They Went Whistling: Women Wayfarers, Warriors, Runaways, and Renegades . New York: Pantheon Books, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | gender studies
  
Hoppe, Brigitte. “Nach dem Vorbild Humboldts in Südamerika: Erweiterung der Kenntnisse und Erkenntnisse durch fesutsche Naturforscher.” In Ette (Collections), pp. 195-218.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | exploration discovery & travel
  
Horne, William C. Eighteenth-Century Accounts of Hudson's Bay and the Phenomenology of Samuel Hearne's Journey (1795).” East-Central Intelligencer 15 (May 2001): 3-7.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Samuel Hearne
  
James, William Closson. “'A Land Beyond Words': Rudy Wiebe's A Discovery of Strangers .” In Scott ( Collections ), pp. 71-89.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | John Franklin | Rudy Wiebe
  
Janiga-Perkins, Constance G. “Immaterial Transcendences: Colonial Subjectivity as Process in Brazil's Letter of Discovery (1500 ). New York: Peter Lang, 2001.
Keywords: colonialism | conquest | exploration discovery & travel | Pero Vaz de Caminha
  
Johnson, Christine Rebecca. Bringing the World Home: Germany and the Age of Discovery. Ph. D. Dissertation: Johns Hopkins University, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—medieval
  
Kamps, Ivo. “Colonizing the Colonizer: A Dutchman in Asia Portugesa.” In Kamps (Collections), pp. 160-183.
Keywords: colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | Jan Huygen Linschoten
  
Keevak, Michael. “George Psalmanazar: Impostor, Traveler.” In Teeuwen (Collections), pp. 91-101.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | George Psalmanazar
  
Kitzan, Laurence. Victorian Writers and the Image of Empire: The Rose-Colored Vision. Westport, CT, and London: Greenwood Press, 2001.
Keywords: colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | George Alfred Henty | John Buchan | literature—19th C | W. H. G. Kingston
  
Kostova, Ludmilla. “Constructing Oriental Interiors: The Eighteenth-Century Women Travellers and their Easts.” In Fortunati (Collections), pp. 17-33.
Keywords: Elisabeth Craven | exploration discovery & travel | Mary Wortley Montagu
  
Lamb, Jonathan. Preserving the Self in the South Seas, 1680-1840. Chicago and London: University of Chicago Press, 2001.
Keywords: 18th &19th C | Biological Sciences | exploration discovery & travel | gardens | James Cook | John Hawkesworth | leprosy | literature—17th
  
Launay, Robert. “Writes of Passage: The Cape of Good Hope in Late Seventeenth-Century Narratives of Travel to Asia.” Journal of Asian and African Studies 36 (2001): 419-436.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Jean-Baptiste Tavernier | John Ovington | William Dampier
  
Lauterach, Frank. “British Travel Writing about the United States and Spanish America, 1820-1840: Different and Differentiating Views.” CLCWeb 3 (June 2001): 20 para.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—19th C
  
Lawrence, Claire T. “Wilderness Icons: The Difficulty of Representing the Desert.” In Herzogenrath (Collections), pp. 361-375.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—20th C
  
Leask, Nigel. “Salons, Alps, and Cordilleras: Helen Maria Williams, Alexander von Humboldt, and the Discourse of Romantic Travel.” In Women, Writing and the Public Sphere, 1700-1830 , Elizabeth Eger, Charlotte Grant, and Cliona O Gallchoir, eds., 2001. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | exploration discovery & travel | Helen Maria Williams
  
Lomperis, Linda. “Medieval Travel Writing and the Question of Race.” JMEMSt 31 (2001): 147-164.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | John Mandeville | literature—medieval | race studies
  
Long, John A. Mountains of Madness: A Scientist's Odyssey in Antarctica. Washington, DC: J. Henry Press, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | paleontology
  
Lowe, John. “Richard Wright as Traveler/Ethnographer: The Conundrums of Pagan Spain.” In Smith (Collections), pp. 119-147.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Richard Wright | Social Science
  
MacLean, Gerald. “Ottomanism Before Orientalism? Bishop King Praises Henry Blount, Passenger in the Levant.” In Kamps (Collections), pp. 85-96.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Henry Blount
  
Maggs, Barbara Widenor. “Cosmopolitanism in Early Travel Literature: Alexandre de Rhodes in Vietnam.” In Cope (Collections), pp. 233-263.
Keywords: Alexandre de Rhodes | exploration discovery & travel
  
Maroto-Camino, Mercedes. “Maps, Traffic, and Representation: The Iberian Pacific in the Sixteenth Century.” In Teeuwen (Collections), pp. 31-54.
Keywords: Antonio Pigafetta | cartography | colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | Pedro Fernandez de Queiros
  
Martin, Leona S. “From Guayaquil to Quito: Three Nineteenth-Century Travel Narratives.” MACLAS Latin American Essays (March 2001): 141-152.
Keywords: Edward Whymper | Emilia Serrano de Wilson | exploration discovery & travel | James Orton
  
Matar, Nabil. “English Accounts of Captivity in North Africa and the Middle East: 1577-1625.” Ren Q 54 (2001): 553-572.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—Renaissance
  
Montalbetti, Christine. “Écritures de l'Amérique: Les aventures de la matière américaine: Identité, variante et variation.” In Balcou (Collections), pp. 61-74.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | François René Chateaubriand
  
Moore, Jack B. “'No Street Numbers in Accra': Richard Wright's African Cities.” In Smith (Collections), pp. 45-59.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Richard Wright | urban studies
  
Moore, Tim. Continental Drifter: Taking the Low Road with the First Grand Tourist . London: Abacus, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Thomas Coryate
  
Morantz, Toby. “Plunder or Harmony? On Merging European and Native Views of Early Contact.” In Warkentin (Collections), pp. 48-67.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | folklore | minority studies
  
Nittel, Jana. Wondrous Magic: Images of the Orient in 18th and 19th Centuries' British Women Travel Writing . Glienicke (Berlin) and Cambridge, MA: Galda + Wilch, 2001.
Keywords: Amelia Edwards | Elisabeth Craven | exploration discovery & travel | Harriet Martineau | Lucie Duff Gordon | Mary Wortley Montagu
  
Noll, Michael Gottfried. Prince Maximilian's America: The Narrated Landscapes of a German Explorer and Naturalist. Ph. D. Dissertation: University of Kansas, 2000.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | landscape | Prinz zu Wied Maximilian
  
Nordstrom, Alison Devine. Voyages (Per)formed: Photography and Tourism in the Gilded Age. Ph.D. Dissertation: The Union Institute, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature--19th C | photography | technology | tourism | visual rhetoric--19th C
  
Nyberg, Kenneth. “The Voice of Experience and the Weight of Tradition: Images of China in Swedish Travel Writing.” In Teeuwen (Collections), pp. 55-75.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—18th C
  
Osborne, Brian S. “A Canadian ‘Riverscape,' National ‘Inscape': The St-Lawrence in the Canadian National Imagination.” ECCS [note: Études Canadiennes/Canadian Studies: Revue Interdisciplinaire des Études Canadiennes en France 50 (2001): 257-275.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—18th & 19th C
  
Ouellet, Réal, and Mylene Tremblay. “From the Good Savage to the Degenerate Indian: The Amerindian in the Accounts of Travel to America.” In Warkentin ( Collections ) , pp. 159-170.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—17th & 18th C | literature—Renaissance | minority studies | social sciences
  
Pagden, Anthony. People and Empires: A Short History of Migration, Exploration, and Conquest, from Greece to the Present . New York: Modern Library, 2001.
Keywords: colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | race studies
  
Paravisini-Gebert, Lizabeth. “'Self-Styled Columbuses': The Discovery and Exploration of Dominica's Boiling Lake .” JRR [note: Jean Rhys Review ] 11 (2001): 52-69.
Keywords: colonialism | exploration discovery & travel
  
Paton, Bruce C. Lewis & Clark: Doctors in the Wilderness. Golden, CO: Fulcrum Pub., 2001.
Keywords: Charles Floyd | exploration discovery & travel | medicine | Meriwether Lewis | Sacagawea
  
Pimentel, Juan. “El volcan sublime: Geografía, paisaje y relato en la ascensión de Humboldt al Chimborazo.” In Ette (Collections), pp. 117-136.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | exploration discovery & travel
  
Polk, Milby, and Mary Tiergreen, Women of Discovery: A Celebration of Intrepid Women Who Explored the World . New York : Potter, 2001.
Keywords: Alexandra David-Neel | Alexandrine Petronella Francina Tinné | Anna Maria Sibylla Merian | Anne Blunt | Biological Sciences | Delia Julia Denning Akeley | exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | Mary Kingsley | photography | social sciences | visual arts—general
  
Ravi , Srilata. “Literature, Imperialism and Imagined Geographies: Reassessing Henri Fauconnier's Malaisie and André Malraux's La Voie Royale .” Asian Journal of Social Science 29 (2001): 219-233.
Keywords: André Malraux | colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | Henri Fauconnier
  
Roan, Jeanette. Fictions of Faraway Places: Travel, Exoticism, and Cinema from High Imperialism to Global Culture. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Rochester, 2001.
Keywords: Ang Lee | Bernardo Bertolucci | David Cronenberg | E. Burton Holmes | exploration discovery & travel | film/TV | gender studies | imperialism | postcolonialism | race studies
  
Ross-Nazzal, James Anthony. Traveling with the Ladies: American Women's Travel Accounts on Palestine in the Nineteenth Century. Ph.D. Dissertation: Washington State University, 2001.
Keywords: Edward Said | exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | literature--19th C | rhetoric of science
  
Ruskin, Steve. “Private Science and Imperial Imagination: John Herschel's Cape Voyage.” Endeavour 25, no. 1 (2001): 23-27.
Keywords: colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | John Herschel
  
Saussy, Haun. “ China Illustrata: The Universe in a Cup of Tea.” In Stolzenberg (Collections), pp. 105-114.
Keywords: Athanasius Kircher | exploration discovery & travel
  
Schafer, Rollie. “Finding the Way and Fixing the Boundary: The Science and Art of Western Map Making as Exemplified by William H. Emory and His Colleagues of the U. S. Corps of Topographical Engineers.” Military History of the West 31 (2001): 1-26.
Keywords: cartography | exploration discovery & travel | William H. Emory
  
Schmidt, Benjamin. Innocence Abroad: The Dutch Imagination and the New World, 1570-1670 . Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature--Renaissance | visual arts--Renaissance
  
Singh, Brijraj. “Hernán Lopes de Castaneda on Vasco da Gama and Africans.” Journal of African Travel Writing 8-9 (2001): 18-29.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Fernao Lopes de Castaneda | Vasco da Gama
  
Singh, Jyotsna G. “History or Colonial Ethnography? The Ideological Formation of Edward Terry's A Voyage to East India (1655 and 1665) and The Merchants and Mariners Preservation and Thanksgiving (1649), In Kamps (Collections), pp. 197-207.
Keywords: colonialism | Edward Terry | exploration discovery & travel
  
Smith, Sidonie. Moving Lives: Twentieth-century Women's Travel Writing . Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | literature--20th C
  
Smith, Virginia Whatley. “Richard Wright's Passage to Indonesia: The Travel Writer/Narrator as Participant/Observer of Anti-Colonial Imperatives in The Color Curtain .” In Smith (Collections), pp. 78-115.
Keywords: colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | Richard Wright
  
Stolzenberg, Daniel. “Kircher's Egypt.” In Stolzenberg (Collections), pp. 115-125.
Keywords: Athanasius Kircher | exploration discovery & travel
  
Stott, Rebecca. “'Scaping the Body: Of Cannibal Mothers and Colonial Landscapes.” In Richardson (Collections), pp. 150-166.
Keywords: cannibalism | colonialism | exploration discovery & travel | H. Rider Haggard | Joseph Conrad | Olive Schreiner
  
Subirats, Eduardo. “Three Visions of America.” In Juan-Navarro (Collections), pp. 29-35.
Keywords: conquest | exploration discovery & travel | literature—general
  
Suranyi, Anna. Civil Turks and Wild Irish: Seventeenth-century Travel Literature and English National Identity. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of California, Los Angeles, 2001.
Keywords: anthropology | exploration discovery & travel | folklore | gender studies | imperialism | literature--17th C
  
Trotter, Henry M. “Sailors as Scribes: Travel Discourse and the (Con)Textualization of the Khoikhoi at the Cape of Good Hope, 1649-90.” Journal of African Travel Writing 8-9 (2001): 30-44.
Keywords: | exploration discovery & travel
  
Turci, Monica. “Loosing and Following ‘Tracks' in the Australian Desert.” In Fortunati ( Collections ) , pp. 109-118.
Keywords: cartography | exploration discovery & travel | Robyn Davidson
  
Turner, Katherine. British Travel Writers in Europe, 1750-1800: Authorship, Gender and National Identity . Aldershot, UK, and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2001.
Keywords: Ann Radcliffe | exploration discovery & travel | gender studies | Helen Maria Williams | Hester (Harriet Thrale) Piozzi | Joseph Baretti | Lady Elizabeth Craven | Laurence Sterne | Patrick Brydone | Samuel Sharp | Tobias Smollett
  
Velut, Sebastien. “Alejandro de Humboldt en las Américas: El arte del explorador.” Ciberletras 5 (August 2001): no pagination.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | exploration discovery & travel
  
Vitkus, Daniel J. “Trafficking with the Turk: English Travelers in the Ottoman Empire during the Early Seventeenth Century.” In Kamps (Collections), pp. 35-52.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature—17th C
  
Walker, Gwen. “Adumbrations of the End in Andrei Belyi's Treatment of Africa.” Russ R 60 (2001): 381-403.
Keywords: Andrei Belyi | exploration discovery & travel
  
Williams, Christine Kuechler. The Discovery of an Erotic Paradise: An Investigation into the European Reception of the South Pacific Islands in the Eighteenth Century. Ph. D. Dissertation: Northwestern University, 2001.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | literature--18 -th & 19th C
  
Wood, W. Raymond. “John Thomas Evans: An Overlooked Precursor to Lewis and Clark.” North Dakota History 68, no. 2 (2001): 27-37.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | John Thomas Evans
  
Wuthenow, Ralph Rainer. “Annex: Alexander von Humboldt.” In Glaser (Collections), pp. 153-159.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | exploration discovery & travel
  
Zea, Leopoldo. “Alexander von Humboldt und die andere Entdeckung.” Trans. Michael Nungesser. In Ette2 (Collections), pp. 153-160.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | exploration discovery & travel
  
Zhiri, Oumelbanine. “Leo Africanus's Description of Africa.” In Kamps (Collections), pp. 258-266.
Keywords: exploration discovery & travel | Joannes Leo Africanus