(8) 2019-2020

Achinstein, Sharon. 2019. “‘To the Green Earth’s End’: Milton and the Geographies of A Mask.” Milton Studies, 23.

Amey, Evgenia. 2019. “Chasing writers’ ghosts through a modern city.” Akademisk kvarter [Academic Quarter}, April, 104–16.

Anderson, Ben. 2019. “Cultural Geography I: The Force of Representations.” Progress in Human Geography 43 (6): 1120–1132.

Baleiro, Rita, and Sílvia Quinteiro. 2019. “A Small Place, by Jamaica Kincaid: Envisioning Literary Tourism in Antigua.” Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 17 (6): 676–88.

Beconytė, Giedrė, Julija Snežko, Andrius Balčiūnas, and Inga Vidugirytė-Pakerienė. 2019. “Enhanced Conceptual Model for Spatial References in Works of Fiction: Mapping Vilnius Literature.” The Cartographic Journal, 1–14.

Brückner, Martin. 2019. “Brown’s Studies in Literary Geography.” In The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown, 469.

Chalupskỳ, Petr. 2019. “‘ Something Odd and Beautiful’: Literary Cartography in Jim Crace’s Harvest.” Brno Studies in English 45 (1): 95–110.

Daija, Paul, and Benedikts Kalnačs. 2019. “Exploring Space and Place in Literature: Towards Digital Analysis and Literary Mapping in the Context of Latvian Cultural History.” In Colloquia. Vol. 42.

González, José Eduardo. 2019. “The Spatial Turn and Twenty-First Century Latin American Fiction.” In Urban Spaces in Contemporary Latin American Literature, edited by José Eduardo González and Timothy R. Robbins, 1–17. Springer International Publishing

Holmes, Lindsey. 2019. “Henry James, Cartographer: Charting the Hologram of Venice in Italian Hours.” GeoHumanities, 1–17.

Jiang, Liao, and Larry Yu. 2019. “Consumption of a Literary Tourism Place: A Perspective of Embodiment.” Tourism Geographies, 1–24.

Koussoulakou, Alexandra, Yiannis Mitzias, Konstantinos Ntovas, Symeon Symeonidis, and Michail Bakoyannis. 2019. “Maps of Literary Trails in Thessaloniki.” Proceedings of the ICA 2 (July): 1–6.

Leo, Rocco De. 2019. “The Geography of ‘Otherness’: Spaces of Conflict in Smaro Kamboureli’s in the Second Person.” Humanities 8 (1): 17.

Linder, Benjamin. 2019. “(Re-) Writing Thamel: National Identity and the City-Setting in Contemporary Nepali Literature.” GeoHumanities, 1–20.

Lopez, Lucrezia. 2019. “A Geo-Literary Analysis through Human Senses. Towards a Sensuous Camino Geography.” Emotion, Space and Society 30 (February): 9–19.

Luchetta, Sara, and Juha Ridanpää. 2019. “The More-Than-Representational Lives of Literary Maps.” Literary Geographies 5 (1): 11–15.

Magrane, Eric. 2019. “Applying the Geohumanities.” International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research (IJAGR) 10 (2): 27–38.

Manase, Irikidzayi. 2019. “Science Fiction and the Imagined South African and Other Worlds in Lauren Beukes’s Novels: Research.” Imbizo : International Journal of African Literary and Comparative Studies 10 (2): 1–17.

Martínez-Pinzón, Felipe, and Javier Uriarte. 2019. Intimate Frontiers: A Literary Geography of the Amazon. Oxford University Press.

Mendes, Ana Cristina, and Lisa Lau. 2019. “The Conjunctural Spaces of ‘New India’: Imagined Geographies of 2010s India in Representations by Returnee Migrants.” Cultural Geographies 26 (1): 57–72.

Molloy, D. 2019. “Collaborative Embodiment: Literary Geographies of Female Health and Illness.” Literary Geographies 5 (1): 7–10.

Morgan, C. 2019. “’Urbs,’urb Girls and Martine Delvaux’s Rose Amer.” Québec Studies in press.

Schlosser, Kolson. 2019. “Emotion, Politics and Literary Space in Your Heart Is a Muscle the Size of a Fist.” Emotion, Space and Society 30: 53–57.

Tally Jr, Robert T. 2019. “Spatial Literary Studies versus Literary Geography?” [English Literature] 65 (3): 391–408.

Travis, Charles. 2019. “Spatial Humanities GIS: The City As a Literary, Historical, and Cultural STEAM Lifeworld Laboratory.” In The STEAM Revolution, 13–31. Springer.