|A depiction of what might be Florida from the 1502 Cantino map.|
ALTIC, Mirela (Croatia): "Missionary Cartography of the Amazon after the Treaty of Madrid (1750): A Jesuit's Contribution to the Demarcation of Imperial Frontiers"
BECK, Lauren: "A Moroccan Ambassador’s Travelogue in Spain (1690-91) and Its Legacy"
BLICK, Jeffrey: "The Case for San Salvador as the Site of the 1492 Columbus Landfall: Principles of Historical Archaeology Applied to Current Evidence"
COWDREY, Peter: "Mapping La Florida"
DELIZ, Michael: "The Digital Reconstruction of El Mapa Militar de Puerto Rico: An Analysis of the Spanish Military Topographic Project in Puerto Rico, 1872-1897"
EDNEY, Matthew: "The Transatlantic Circulation of Geographical Maps before 1763"
GASPAR, Joaquim (Portugal): "The representation of the Western Indies in the early Iberian cartography: a cartometric approach"
MATTHEWS, Jim: "Love Letters and Lesser Beings: Travel Accounts of French and Moroccan Diplomats during the Ancien Régime"
McGUIRK, Don: "Is North America REALLY pictured on the Waldseemüller World Map of 1507?"
MILANICH, Gerald T. (Florida Museum of Natural History): "Early Encounters by European Explorers with Native Americans in Florida"
PFLEDERER, Richard: "Exploring the Manuscript Cartography of Florida and its connection to Exploration and Settlement of the Territory"
SKURNIK, Johanna (Finland): "Circulating exploration knowledge: tracing the discussion of the interior of Australia in the 1840s"
TOUCHTON, J. Thomas & KITE-POWELL, Rodney (Tampa Bay History Center): "Charting the Land of Flowers: 500 Years of Florida Maps" – An introduction to the temporary exhibition at the Tampa Bay History Center
WALKER, Jim: "Alterity and Allegory: Cannibalism, Early Maps and European Conceptions of Amerindian Civility"
Essay Contest Winner
MARCOTTE, Josh: "Culture, Contact and the Agency of Appropriation in a 1741 Map of Nagasaki"
Key Note Speaker
FRANCIS, J. Michael (University of South Florida, St. Petersburg): "Colonial Martyrs: Franciscans, Indians, and the Spiritual Conquest of Florida"