Title Author Publication

22nd October 1884: International Meridian Conference in Washington D.C. the Greenwich prime meridian


Counter Clockwise: Unmapping Black Temporalities from Greenwich Mean Timelines

Rasheedah Phillips 2021

D. H. Sadler & G. A. Wilkins Astronomical Background to the international Meridian Conference of 1884 Cambridge University Press, 1985

D. H. Sadler & G. A. Wilkins 1985

John Harrison and the Quest for Longitude by Jonathan Betts

Longitude: The True Story of a Lone Genius Who Solved the Greatest Scientific Problem of His Time by Dava Sobel

Oct. 13, 1884: Greenwich Resolves Subprime Meridian Crisis

Randy Alfred 2010

On the Line: The Story of the Greenwich Meridian

One Time Fits All: The Campaigns for Global Uniformity

Papers on Time-reckoning and the Selection of a Prime Meridian to be Common to all Nations

Sir Sanford Fleming 1879

​Placing Time, Timing Space: Dismantling the Master’s Map and Clock – The Funambulist Magazine

Rasheedah Phillips 2018

Remarks Upon the Establishment of an American Prime Meridian

Charles Henry Davis 1849

Ships, Clocks, and Stars: The Quest for Longitude by Richard Dunn and Rebekah Higgit

The Centenary of the Prime Meridian and of international standard time Semantic Scholar

The Colonisation of Time: Ritual, Routine, and Resistance in the British Empire

Giordano Nanni

The Cosmic Time of Empire: Modern Britain and World Literature

Adam Barrows

The Illustrated Longitude

Dava Sobel

The Longitude Prize by Joan Dash

The Prime Meridian Conference | Nature

The Quest for Longitude: The Proceedings of the Longitude Symposium by William J. H. Andrewes

Time and Navigation: The Untold Story of Getting from Here to There by Andrew K. Johnston, Roger D. Connor, Carlene E. Stephens, and Paul E. Ceruzzi

Time for Mapping: Cartographic Temporalities

edited by Sybille Lames, Chris Perkins et. al

Time-reckoning for the Twentieth Century

Sir Sanford Fleming 1886

Time, Literature and Cartography After the Spatial Turn: The Chronometric Imaginary

Adam Barrows

What Shall Be the Prime Meridian for the World?: International Institute for Preserving and Perfecting Weights and Measures by Committee on Standard Time (1884)

Why the Greenwich Meridian moved

Malys, Stephen ; Seago, John H ; Pavlis, Nikolaos K ; Seidelmann, P. Kenneth ; Kaplan, George H ; Berlin/Heidelberg: Springer Berlin Heidelberg 2015