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Alexander, N. 2015. “On Literary Geography.” Literary Geographies 1 (1): 3–6.

Alexander, N. 2015. “Theologies of the Wild: Contemporary Landscape Writing.” Journal of Modern Literature 38 (4): 1–19.

Alves, D., and A.I. Queiroz. 2015. “Exploring Literary Landscapes: From Texts to Spatiotemporal Analysis through Collaborative Work and GIS.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 9 (1): 57–73.

Ameel, L. 2015. “‘It’s Six A.M. Do You Know Where You Are?’ Urban Peripherality and the Narrative Framing of Literary Beginnings.” In Literature and the Peripheral City, 40–55. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

Ameel, L., J. Finch, and M. Salmela. 2015 “Introduction: Peripherality and Literary Urban Studies.” In Literature and the Peripheral City, 1–17. Palgrave Macmillan.

Ameel, L., J. Finch, and M. Salmela. Literature and the Peripheral City. Springer, 2015.

Anderson, J. 2015. “Towards an Assemblage Approach to Literary Geography.” Literary Geographies 1 (2): 120–37.

Armitt, L. 2016 “Ghost-Al Erosion: Beaches and the Supernatural in Two Stories by M.R. James.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 95–108. Palgrave Macmillan.

Baker, A. 2016. “Mapping Agency: Global Geography and Naturalism in Willa Cather’s One of Ours.” GeoHumanities 2 (1): 119–31.

Baker, A. “Mapping Agency: Global Geography and Naturalism in Willa Cather’s One of Ours.” GeoHumanities 2.1 (2016): 119-131.

Brancher, D. 2016. “Universals in the Bush: The Case of Hamlet.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and Witen, 143–62. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Bristow, T. 2015. The Anthropocene Lyric: An Affective Geography of Poetry, Person, Place. Palgrave Macmillan.

Bronfen, E. 2016. “Hybrid Spaces in Antony and Cleopatra.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and Witen, 103–20. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Brosseau, M, and P-M. Le Bel. 2016 “Chronotopic Reading of Crime Fiction: Montréal in La Trace de l’Escargot.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 45–61. Palgrave Macmillan.

Brönnimann, Werner. 2016. “Thickets and Beaches: Evoking Place in the Stories of King Lear.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and Witen, 59–78. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Carter, P. L. 2015. “Encountering the Islamic Other in Print: Students’ Readings of Christiane Bird’s Neither East nor West: One Woman’s Journey through the Islamic Republic of Iran.” Reception: Texts, Readers, Audiences, History 7 (1): 83–100.

Colombino, L. 2016. “The Body, the City, the Global: Spaces of Catastrophe in Ian McEwan’s Saturday.” Textual Practice, (online early).

Cooley, R. W. 2015. “‘Sexy in a “Tunbridge Wells” Sort of Way’: A Study in the Literary Iconography of Place.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 15 (1): 90–118.

Crane, R., and L. Fletcher. 2016 “Cave Genres/Genre Caves: Reading the Subterranean Thriller.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 9–24. Palgrave Macmillan US.

Davidson, I. 2015. “Motion, Mobility and Philip K Dick.” Literary Geographies 1 (1): 24–41.

Drangsholt, J.S.. 2016. “Homecomings: Poetic Reformulations of Dwelling in Jo Shapcott, Alice Oswald, and Lavinia Greenlaw.” Nordic Journal of English Studies 15 (1): 1–23.

Engler, Balz. 2016. “Local Habitations: Hamlet at Helsingør, Juliet at Verona.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and Witen, 257–67. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Finch, J. 2015 “The Peripheries of London Slumland in George Gissing and Alexander Baron.” In Literature and the Peripheral City, 56–74. Palgrave Macmillan.

Finch, J. 2015. “Beckett’s Manywheres.” Literary Geographies 1 (1): 7–23.

Finch, J. 2016. Deep Locational Criticism. John Benjamins.

Fletcher, L. 2016 “Introduction: Space, Place, and Popular Fiction.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 1–8. Palgrave Macmillan

Gleason, W. 2016 “The Inside Story: Jennifer Crusie and the Architecture of Love.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 79–93. Palgrave Macmillan

Gregory, I., C.Donaldson, P. Murrieta-Flores, and P. Rayson. 2015. “Geoparsing, Gis, and Textual Analysis: Current Developments in Spatial Humanities Research.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 9 (1): 1–14.

Grob, T. 2016. “‘One Cannot Act Hamlet, One Must Be Hamlet’: The Acculturation of Hamlet in Russia.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and Witen, 191–227. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Haft, A. “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.

Haft, A. “The Mocking Mermaid: Maps And Mapping In Kenneth Slessor’s Poetic Sequence The Atlas, Part Four.” Cartographic Perspectives, no. 79 (2015): 22–53.

Harle, M. 2015. “Fictions from the Underground.” City 19 (4): 444–62.

Hinze, A., H. Littlewood, and D. Bainbridge. 2015. “Mobile Annotation of Geo-Locations in Digital Books.” In Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, 338–42. Springer.

Hones, S. 2015. “Amplifying the Aural in Literary Geography.” Literary Geographies 1 (1): 79–94.

Hones, S. 2016. “Literary Geographies, Past and Future.” Literary Geographies 1 (2): 110–14.

Honold, A. 2016. “The German Hamlet: Ghostly Encounters in the Space of the Stage and the Novel.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and Witen, 163–89. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Howell, P., and D. Beckingham. 2015. “Time–geography, Gentlemen, Please: Chronotopes of Publand in Patrick Hamilton’s London Trilogy.” Social & Cultural Geography, online early: 1–19.

Juvan, M. 2015. “From Spatial Turn to GIS-Mapping of Literary Cultures.” European Review 23 (01): 81–96.

Kilian, E. and H. Wolf, eds. Life Writing and Space. Routledge, 2016.

Klein, B. 2016. “The Sea in Pericles.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and  Witen, 121–40. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Lappalainen, T. 2015 “A Forest on the Edge of Helsinki: Spatiality in Henrika Ringbom’s Novel Martina Dagers Längtan.” In Literature and the Peripheral City, 149–63. Palgrave Macmillan.

Leane,. 2016 “Unstable Places and Generic Spaces: Thrillers Set in Antarctica.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 25–43. Palgrave Macmillan

Ljungberg, C. 2015. “Imaginary Spaces–Visualizing Time Travel in Kurt Vonnergut’s Novel Slaughterhouse Five.” In Workshop on Cartography and Narrative. online.

Madera, J. Black Atlas: Geography and Flow in Nineteenth-Century African American Literature. Duke University Press, 2015.

Magner, B. L. 2016. “‘Looking through Time Itself’: Henry Handel Richardson and the Haunting of Lake View.” Literary Geographies 1 (2): 195–212.

Magrane, Eric.  “Situating Geopoetics.” GeoHumanities, August (online).

Mahler, A. 2016. “Shakespeare’s Enclaves.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and Witen, 17–37. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK. http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1057/978-1-137-51835-4_2.

Majeed, J. 2015. “‘A State of Affairs Which Is Essentially Indefinite’: The Linguistic Survey of India (1894–1927).” African Studies 74 (2): 221–34.

Medina, Luis Campos. 2015. “A City Condensed in Several Places: Santiago, Chile in Micro-Fiction.” Literary Geographies 1 (2): 138–54.

Moraru, C. “Geocriticism and the” Reinstating” of Literature.” American Book Review 37, no. 6 (2016): 6–7.

Parker, J. “Geography, Geocriticism, and Geopoetics.” American Book Review 37, no. 6 (2016): 8–9.

Peterle, G. 2015. “Teaching Cartography with Comics: Some Examples from BeccoGiallo’s Graphic Novel Series.” J-Reading-Journal of Research and Didactics in Geography 4 (1). online.

Pichler, Andréas. 2015. “Deduction and Geography in Conan Doyle’s A Study in Scarlet.” Cahiers Victoriens et édouardiens, no. 81 Printemps (September). https://cve.revues.org/2051?lang=fr.

Pike, D. 2016 “Commuting to Another World: Spaces of Transport and Transport Maps in Urban Fantasy.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 141–56. Palgrave Macmillan US

Price, C. 2016. “Postcards from the Old Country: Finessing the Landscape to Fit Our Fables.” Literary Geographies 1 (2): 155–73.

Queiroz, A. I., and D. Alves. 2015. “Walking Through the Revolution: A Spatial Reading of Literary Echoes.” JSSE-Journal of Social Science Education 14 (2). http://jsse.ub.uni-bielefeld.de/index.php/jsse/article/view/1351.

Rawling, E. “Walking into Clarity: The Dynamics of Self and Place in the Poetry of Ivor Gurney.” GeoHumanities 2.2 (2016): 509-522.

Romanillos, J.L. “Nihilism and Modernity: Louis-Ferdinand Céline’s Journey to the End of the Night.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 40, no. 1 (2015): 128–39.

Rose, M. 2016. “A Place for Other Stories: Authorship and Evidence in Experimental Times.” GeoHumanities 2 (1): 132–48.

Salmela, M. 2015 “A Topography of Refuse: Waste, the Suburb, and Pynchon’s ‘Low-Lands.’” In Literature and the Peripheral City, 75–92. Palgrave Macmillan.

Saunders, A. 2016. “Interpretations on an Interior.” Literary Geographies 1 (2): 174–94.

Saunders, A., and J. Anderson. 2016. “Relational Literary Geographies: Co-Producing Page and Place.” Literary Geographies 1 (2): 115–19.

Saunders, R. A. 2016 “Mapping Monstrosity: Metaphorical Geographies in China Miéville’s Bas-Lag Trilogy.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 157–76. Palgrave Macmillan

Schaberg, C. 2016 “Air Force One: Popular (Non)fiction in Flight.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 177–93. Palgrave Macmillan

Selboe, T. 2015 “Hungry and Alone: The Topography of Everyday Life in Knut Hamsun and August Strindberg.” In Literature and the Peripheral City, 131–48. Palgrave Macmillan.

Smith, Eric D., and Kylie Korsnack. “States of Nostalgia in the Genre of the Future: Panem, Globalization, and Utopia in The Hunger Games Trilogy.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 195–211. Palgrave Macmillan

Smith, J. 2015. “‘Lithogenesis’: Towards a (Geo)Poetics of Place.” Literary Geographies 1 (1): 62–78.

Stafford, J. 2016 “Romance in the Backblocks in New Zealand Popular Fiction, 1930–1950: Mary Scott’s Barbara Stories.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 63–78. Palgrave Macmillan

Strauss, K. 2015. “These Overheating Worlds.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105 (2): 342–50.

Talivee, E-M. 2015 “Eduard Vilde and Tallinn’s Dynamic Peripheries, 1858–1903.” In Literature and the Peripheral City, 164–83. Palgrave Macmillan.

Tally Jr, R. T. “Introduction to Focus: Situating Geocriticism.” American Book Review 37, no. 6 (2016): 3–4.

Tally, R.T. Jr. 2016 “Tolkien’s Geopolitical Fantasy: Spatial Narrative in The Lord of the Rings.” In Popular Fiction and Spatiality, 125–40. Palgrave Macmillan US

Tambling, J. 2015 “Detroit and Paris, Paris as Detroit.” In Literature and the Peripheral City, 21–39. Palgrave Macmillan.

Taube, A. “London’s East End in Peter Ackroyd’s Dan Leno and the Limehouse Golem.” In Literature and the Peripheral City, 93–110. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015.

Thacker, Andrew. “Woolf and Geography.” In A Companion to Virginia Woolf, 411–25. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 2016.

Travis, C. 2015. “Acts of Perception: Samuel Becket, Time, Space and the Digital Literary Atlas of Ireland, 1922-1949.” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing 9 (2): 219–41.

Travis, C.. 2015. “Visual Geo-Literary and Historical Analysis, Tweetflickrtubing, and James Joyce’s Ulysses (1922).” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105 (5): 927–50.

Tudeau-Clayton, M. 2016. “‘The Lady Shall Say Her Mind Freely’: Shakespeare and the S/Pace of Blank Verse.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and Witen, 79–102. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

Tyner, J. A., S. Kimsroy, and S. Sirik. 2015. “Nature, Poetry, and Public Pedagogy: The Poetic Geographies of the Khmer Rouge.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers. online early.

Wainwright, J, and J. Lund. 2016. “Race, Space, and the Problem of Guatemala in Miguel Ángel Asturias’s Early Work.” GeoHumanities 2 (1): 102–18.

Wald, C. 2016. “The Theatrical Topology of Tyranny in Richard III.” In Shakespeare and Space, ed. Habermann and Witen, 39–57. Palgrave Shakespeare Studies. Palgrave Macmillan UK.

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