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Alexander, V. 2012. “Kew Gardens as a Literary Space.” Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes 32 (2): 116–127.

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Carter-White, R. 2012. “Primo Levi and the Genre of Testimony.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (2): 287–300.

Cartwright, W., G. Gartner, and A. Lehn. 2011. Mapping Literature: Towards a Geography of Fiction. In Cartography and Art, 1-6.

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Clingman, S. 2012. “Writing Spaces: Fiction and Non-Fiction in South Africa.” Safundi 13 (1-2): 51–58.

Clément, V. 2011. “Latitude and Longitude of the Past: Place, Negritude and French Caribbean Identity in Aimé Césaire’s Poetry.” Caribbean Studies 39 (1): 171–193.

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Cooper, D. 2012. “Critical Literary Cartography: Text, Maps and a Coleridge Notebook.” In Mapping Cultures: Place, Practice, Performance, 29–52.

Cooper, D., and I.N. Gregory. 2011. “Mapping the English Lake District: a literary GIS.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers.

Crane, K. 2012. Myths of Wilderness in Contemporary Narratives: Environmental Postcolonialism in Australia and Canada. Palgrave Macmillan.

Crang, M., and J. Zhang. 2012. “Transient Dwelling: Trains as Places of Identification for the Floating Population of China.” Social & Cultural Geography 13 (8): 895–914.

Cronin, N. 2012. “Lived and Learned Landscapes: Literary Geographies and the Irish Topographical Tradition.” In Irish Contemporary Landscapes in Literature and the Arts, 106–118.

Cuadrado-Fernandez, A. 2011. “Seeds of Change and Emancipation: Towards a Cognitive Mapping of Globalisation in Literature.” Human Geography 4 (3): 61-71.

Cuban, S. and C. Fowler. 2012. “Carers Cruising Cumbria and Meals on the Mile: The Drive of Migrants in Fieldwork and Fiction.” Mobilities: 1–21.

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Dannenberg, H. 2012. “Narrating the Postcolonial Metropolis in Anglophone African Fiction: Chris Abani’s GraceLand and Phaswane Mpe’s Welcome to Our Hillbrow.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing 48,(1): 39–50.

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Davies, D.W. 2012. Cartographies of Culture. University of Wales Press.

Davies, D.W. 2012. Cartographies of Culture: New Geographies of Welsh Writing in English. Cardiff: Univ. of Wales Press.

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Dhussa, R.C. 2012. “Geographic Images of Old Delhi Through Literature.” In Facets of Social Geography – International and Indian Perspectives, 588–601. New Delhi: Cambridge University Press India.

Dittmer, J. 2010. “Comic book visualities: a methodological manifesto on geography, montage and narration.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35 (2): 222–236.

Dittmer, J. 2011. “Captain Britain and the Narration of Nation.” Geographical Review 101 (1): 71–87.

Dolin, T. 2012. “Who Belongs Where in The Woodlanders?” Modern Language Quarterly 73 (4) (December 1): 545–568.

Domínguez, C. 2011. “Literary Geography and Comparative Literature.” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 13 (5): online.

D’Ercole, P. 2011. “‘Maps, Knowledge, and Power’: The Act of Mapping South African Territories in HR Haggard’s King Solomon’s Mines.” Textus 24: 225–242.

Eckstein, B. 2011. Fate and Redemption in New Orleans: or, why geographers should care about narrative form. In GeoHumanities: Art, history, text at the edge of place, 95-106. London: Routledge.

Edquist, H. 2010. “Ghosts of the Past: Mapping the Colonial in Eleanor Dark’s Fiction.” Mapping Different Geographies: 247–255.

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Erdmann, E. 2011. “Topographical Fiction: A World Map of International Crime Fiction.” The Cartographic Journal 48 (4) (November 1): 274-284.

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Fairer-Wessels, F. A. 2010. “Young Adult Readers as Potential Consumers of Literary Tourism Sites: a Survey of the Readers of Two of the Dalene Matthee Forest Novels.”

Fairer-Wessels, F.A. 2010. “Young adult readers as potential consumers of literary tourism sites: a survey of the readers of two of the Dalene Matthee forest novels.” Mousaion 28 (2): 134–151.

Fielding, P. 2012. “Genre, Geography and the Question of the National Tale: D.P. Campbell’s Harley Radington.” European Romantic Review 23 (5): 593–611.

Finch, J. 2011. E.M. Forster and English Place: A Literary Topography. Åbo Akademi University Press. Open access e-book available.

Fletcher, L. M. 2011. “Reading the Postcolonial Island in Amitav Ghosh’s The Hungry Tide.” Island Studies Journal 6 (1): 3–16.

Fletcher, Lisa. 2011. “‘… Some Distance to Go’: A Critical Survey of Island Studies.” New Literatures Review (47-48): 17–34.

Forbes, C. 2012. “Between Plot and Plantation, Trespass and Transgression: Caribbean Migratory Disobedience in Fiction and Internet Traffic.” Small Axe 16 (2 38): 23–42.

Fraser, B. 2012. “Into the Chilean Mines: The Dialectics of Land and Work in Baldomero Lillo’s Sub Terra.” A Contracorriente 9 (2)): 248–281.

Fuller, A. 2011. “Urban Sounds: Three Stories by Seno Gumira Ajidarma.” Asia Research Institute, NUS (170). Working Paper Series: 1–20.

Gallacher, L.A. 2011. “(Fullmetal) alchemy: The monstrosity of reading words and pictures in Shonen Manga.” Cultural Geographies 18: 457-473.

Genoni, P. 2012. “The Sydney Harbour Bridge: From Modernity to Post-modernity in Australian Fiction.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature 12 (1) (July 16).

George, J. 2010. “Writing the Mythical Landscape: An Analysis of the Poetic Devices Used in Tourism’s Promotional Literature.” Transnational Literature 3 (1): online.

Giehmann, B.S. 2010. Writing the Northland: Jack London’s and Robert W. Service’s Imaginary Geography. Königshausen & Neumann.

Gil, I.C. 2011. “A Question of Scale? Lazlo Almasy’s Desert Mapping and Its Postcolonial Rewriting.” Journal of Romance Studies 11 (1): 61–75.

Glasberg, E. 2008. “Who Goes There? Science, Fiction, and Belonging in Antarctica.” Journal of Historical Geography 34 (4) (October): 639–657.

Godfrey, L. G. 2011. “‘The World He’d Lost’: Geography and ‘Green’ Memory in Cormac McCarthy’s The Road.” Critique: studies in contemporary fiction 52 (2): 163–175.

Gould, M., and R, N. Mitchell. 2010. “Understanding the Literary Theme Park: Dickens World as Adaptation.” Neo-Victorian Studies 3 (2): 145–71.

Goulet, A. 2010. “Gaboriau’s ‘Vague Terrain’ and the Spatial Imaginary of the Roman Policier.” Formules 14: 47.

Groves, J. 2011. “‘The Stone in the Air’: Paul Celan’s Other Terrain.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 29 (3): 469 – 484.

Gunn, R. 2012. “John Russell Bartlett’s Literary Borderlands: Ethnology, War, and the United States Boundary Survey.” Western American Literature 46 (4): 348–380.

Habermann, I., and N. Kuhn. 2011. “Sustainable Fictions-Geographical, Literary and Cultural Intersections in JRR Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings.” The Cartographic Journal 48 (4): 263–273.

Haft, A.J. “A Poet’s World on a Wheel: Grevel Lindop’s” Mappa Mundi”.” Mercator’s World 8, no. 2 (2003): 32–40.

Haft, A.J. “Henry Reed’s Poetic Map of Verona:(Di) Versifying the Teaching of Geography, IV.” Cartographic Perspectives, no. 40 (2001): 32–51.

Haft, A.J. “Imagining Space and Time in Kenneth Slessor’s ‘Dutch Seacoast’ and Joan Blaeu’s Town Atlas of The Netherlands: Maps and Mapping in Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas, Part Three.” Cartographic Perspectives, no. 74 (2014): 29–54.

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Haft, A.J. “John Ogilby, Post-Roads, and the ‘Unmapped Savanna of Dumb Shades’: Maps and Mapping in Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas, Part Two.” Cartographic Perspectives, no. 72 (2012): 27–66.

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Haft, A.J. “Marianne Moore’s ‘Sea Unicorns and Land Unicorns’: The ‘Unreal Realities’ of Early Modern Maps and Animals.” Cartographic Perspectives, no. 46 (2003): 28–64.

Haft, A.J. “Poems Shaped like Maps:(Di) Versifying the Teaching of Geography, II.” Cartographic Perspectives, no. 36 (2000): 66–91.

Haft, A.J. “‘ The Map Shows Me Where It Is You Are’: Gloria Oden Responds to Elizabeth Bishop Across National Geographic and Rand McNally World Maps.” Cartographic Perspectives, no. 61 (2008).

Haft, A.J. “The Poet As Map-Maker: The Cartographic Inspiration and Influence of Elizabeth Bishop’s ‘The Map.’” Cartographic Perspectives, no. 38 (2001): 37–65.

Haft, A.J. “The Terraqueaous World of Ludo Slagmolen.” Mercator’s World 8, no. 1 (2003): 38–42.

Haft, A. J. 2012. “Who’s ‘The King of Cuckooz’? Maps and Mapping in Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas, Part I.” Cartographic Perspectives 0 (71) (April 10): 5–51.

Hammond, A. 2011. “‘The Twilight of Utopia’: British Dystopian Fiction and the Cold War.” Modern Language Review 106 (3): 662–681.

Hanson, J. 2012. “Presentiment, Contrast and Ambiguity in Fictional Space: The London Novels of Charles Dickens and Peter Ackroyd.” The Journal of Space Syntax 3 (1) (August 13): 81–124.

Hansen, J. 2012. “Space, Time, and Plane Travel in Walter Kirn’s Novel Up in the Air.” Nordic Journal of English Studies 11 (3): 18–35.

Haughton, M. 2012. “Merging Worlds: Place, Politics, and Play in Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman.” In Focus: Papers in English Literary and Cultural Studies: Issue on Interfaces Between Irish and European Theatre, 77–92. Institute of English Studies, University of Pécs.

Haumesser, M. 2011. “From Interiority to Landscapes and Seascapes: The Metaphors of Reflection in Locke’s Essay Concerning Human Understanding.” In Reflective Landscapes of the Anglophone Countries, 35–52. Rodopi.

Hawkes, L. 2012. “Walking the Coleridge Way :  Using Cultural Tourism to Change Perceptions of Somerset After the Foot and Mouth Epidemic of 2001”. Journal Article. Social Alternatives.

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Hoepker, K. 2011. No Maps for These Territories Cities, Spaces, and Archaeologies of the Future in William Gibson. Amsterdam: Rodopi.

Holland, E.C. 2012. “To Think and Imagine and See Differently”: Popular Geopolitics, Graphic Narrative, and Joe Sacco’s “Chechen War, Chechen Women.” Geopolitics 17 (1): online early.

Holliday, P. 2011. “Re-Presenting/Representing Melbourne: A literary and cultural analysis of Melbourne’s inner city and outer suburbs in contemporary fiction.” ejournalist: A Refereed Media Journal 11 (1): 61–76.

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Hones, S. 2011. Literary Geography: The Novel as a Spatial Event. In Envisioning Landscapes, Making Worlds: Geography and the Humanities, 247-255. London: Routledge.

Hones, S. 2011. “Author and Reader: Meeting at the Hub.” ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 10 (2): 286-288.

Hones, S. 2011. “Literary geography: setting and narrative space.” Social & Cultural Geography 12 (7): 685-699.

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Hsu, H. 2010. Geography and the Production of Space in Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Cambridge University Press.

Huggan, G. 2011. “First Principles of a Literary Cartography, from Territorial Disputes: Maps and Mapping Strategies in Contemporary Canadian and Australian Fiction.” The Map Reader: 412–421.

Hulme, P. 2012. Cuba’s Wild East: A Literary Geography of Oriente. Liverpool University Press, February 15.

Hulme, P. 2012. “Writing on the Land: Cuba’s Literary Geography.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (3): 346–358.

Jackson, Regine. 2012. “Imagining Boston: Haitian Immigrants and Place in Zadie Smith’s On Beauty.” Journal of American Studies FirstView: 1–19.

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Jerng, M. C. 2010. “Nowhere in Particular: Perceiving Race, Chang-rae Lee’s Aloft, and the Question of Asian American Fiction.” MFS Modern Fiction Studies 56 (1): 183–204.

Johnson, A.G. 2011. Out of Bounds: Anglo-Indian Literature and the Geography of Displacement. University of Hawaiʻi Press.

Jones, S. 2012. “Literature, geography, law:  The Life and Adventures of Capt. John Avery (circa 1709).” Cultural Geographies 19 (1): 71 -86.

Kabir, A.J. 2011. “Deep topographies in the fiction of Uzma Aslam Khan.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing 47 (2): 173-185.

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Klaebe, H. G., and A. Van Luyn. 2011. “Imagining the City : Using Fiction to Explore Urban Environments.” In Ethnographic Fiction and Speculative Design Workshop. Brisbane. http://eprints.qut.edu.au/49960/.

Kleppe, S. L. 2012. “The Vertical Sense of Place in the Fiction of Barry Hannah and Flannery O’Connor.” Nordlit 1 (1): 185–200.

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Kneale, J. 2011. “Plots: space, conspiracy, and contingency in William Gibson’s Pattern Recognition and Spook Country.” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 29: 169–186.

Kneale, J.  2010. “Counterfactualism, Utopia, and Historical Geography: Kim Stanley Robinson’s The Years of Rice and Salt.” Journal of Historical Geography 36 (3): 297–304.

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Kumaraswami, P. 2012. “Peripheral Visions? Literary Canon Formation in Revolutionary Cuba.” Bulletin of Latin American Research 31: 91–109.

Lanone, C. 2011. “Negotiating Colonial Contradiction: E. M. Forster’s and V. S. Naipaul’s Negative Landscapes.” In Reflective Landscapes of the Anglophone Countries, 229–242. Rodopi.

Lau, L. 2010. “Literary Representations of the ‘New Indian Woman’.” Journal of South Asian Development 5 (2): 271-292.

Lau, L. 2010. “South Asian Mistresses and Servants: The Fault Lines Between Class Chasms and Individual Intimacies.” Pakistani Journal of Women s Studies 17 (1): 33–58.

Lau, L. 2011. “Re-Orientalism in Contemporary Indian Writing in English.” In Re-Orientalism and South Asian Identity Politics: The Oriental Other Within. Routledge.

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Lau, L.  2012. “The Male South Asian Domestic Servant: Master-Servant Relationships, Class Chasms, and Systematic Emasculation.” Sri Lanka Journal of Humanities 37 (1&2): 35–54.

Lawn, J. 2010. “Soft-boiled in Ponsonby: The Topographies of Murder in the Crime Fiction of Charlotte Grimshaw and Alix Bosco.” In 11 Views of Auckland, 105–119. Social and Cultural Studies 10.

Lawson, J. 2011. “Chronotope, Story, and Historical Geography: Mikhail Bakhtin and the Space‐Time of Narratives.” Antipode 43 (2) (March 1): 384-412.

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Leane, E. 2012. Antarctica in Fiction: Imaginative Narratives of the Far South. Cambridge University Press.

Leane, E. 2012. “Antarctic Travel Writing and the Problematics of the Pristine: Two Australian Novelists’ Narratives of Tourist Voyages to Antarctica.” In Travel Writing: Critical Concepts in Literary and Cultural Studies, 247–257. Routledge.

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Leow, J. 2011. “Placenames and Poetry: Urban Memory in Contemporary Singapore.” Quarterly Literary Review Singapore 10 (3): online.

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Luria, S. 2011. Thoreau’s Geopoetics. In GeoHumanities: Art, history, text at the edge of place, 126-137. London: Routledge.

Luria, S. 2012. “The Art and Science of Literary Geography: Practical Criticism in ‘America’s Wasteland’.” American Literary History 24 (1): 189-204.

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MacKenzie, Louisa. 2011. The Poetry of Place: Lyric, Landscape, and Ideology in Renaissance France. University of Toronto Press.

Mansfield, C. 2011. “An Unknown Town – Writing and Place in Urban Tourism.” In Narrative and the Built Heritage – Papers in Tourism Research, 17–18. Verlag.

Mari, L. 2012. “Plural Ghetto. Phaswane Mpe’s Welcome to Our Hillbrow (2001), Neill Bloemkamp’s District 9 (2009) and the Crisis in the Representation of Spaces in Post-Apartheid South Africa.” Prospero. Rivista Di Letterature Straniere XVII: 265-85.

Matheson, S. 2010. “When North is South: the production of vertical and horizontal space in Robert Kroetsch’s Seed Catalogue and Birk Sproxton’s Phantom Lake.” Journal of Ecocriticism 2 (2): 45–56.

Mathieson, C. 2012. “‘a Moving and a Moving on’: Mobility, Space, and the Nation in Charles Dickens’s Bleak House.” English 61 (235) (December 1): 395–405.

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Muchemwa, K.Z. 2010. “Old and New Fictions: Rearranging the Geographies of Urban Space and Identities in Post-2006 Zimbabwean Fiction.” English Academy Review 27 (2): 134–145.

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