Shakespeare’s World in Maps

At the University of Michigan’s Clements Library until December 22: Shakespeare’s World in Maps. From the Ann Arbor News article: “The maps, many of them produced during Shakespeare’s lifetime, were selected from the Clements collection and include several rarely seen cartographers’ works, including the 1579 atlas of England and Wales by Christopher Saxton, which is open to the page showing Shakespeare’s hometown, spelled ‘Stretford’ instead of Stratford.”