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January 5 2021


Rosson, G.M., 2020. Literature and the Production of Geography in Nineteenth-Century America (Doctoral dissertation, UCLA).

Hones, Sheila. 2020. “The Cube of Loneliness: Literary Geographies in Isolation.” Literary Geographies 6 (1): 11–14.
Beaumont, Alexander, Sheila Hones, Juha Ridanpää, and Angharad Saunders. 2020. “Literary Geographies in Isolation: Introduction.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 152–55.
Amey, Evgenia. 2020. “On Mirkwood, Vampires and Rhododendrons: Experiencing Familiar Places through Fiction.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 268–73.
Bako, Alina. 2020. “Living in the Balkans: From ‘Caragea’s Plague’ to the Coronavirus Pandemic.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 185–90.
Briwa, Robert M. 2020. “Bird Watching with The Peregrine: Towards Literary Geographies of Comfort Reading.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 212–18.
Carter-White, Richard. 2020. “Concentration, Isolation.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 245–49.
Inoue, Hiroyuki. 2020. “The World Turned Strange: Rereading Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘Wakefield’ in Self-Isolation.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 219–22.
Iossifidis, Miranda Jeanne Marie. 2020. “Reading Parable of the Sower Online in a Pandemic: Collectively Imagining Different Futures with Octavia E. Butler’s Speculative Fiction.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 156–64.
Jayagopalan, Gaana. 2020. “‘Kew’Rious Gardens: Of Literary Isolations, Mobility, and Curiosity in Virginia Woolf’s ‘Kew Gardens.’” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 165–71.
Jellis, Thomas. 2020. “A Text Adventure: On Reading During Lockdown.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 302–13.
Kothari, Uma. 2020. “Reading Tagore: Lockdown Afternoons with My Mum.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 172–77.
Krieg, C. Parker. 2020. “On Bernard Stiegler’s Confinement.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 239–44.
Law, Graham. 2020. “Being Alone: Experiences of Isolation in the Imaginary Worlds of His Dark Materials.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 290–95.
Linder, Benjamin. 2020. “Whither the City, Withered City: On Abandonment, Absence, and Sociality.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 223–29.
Magner, Brigid. 2020. “Regret for Sites Unseen.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 278–83.
Mathuria, Sunjay. 2020. “Homebound: Reflections on Spatial Difference as a Suburban Child.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 262–67.
McLaughlin, David. 2020. “The Road Goes Ever on and on: Re-Reading The Lord of the Rings in Lockdown.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 203–7.
Molloy, Deborah Snow. 2020. “Home/Sickness and Normal People.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 230–34.
Pearce, Scott. 2020. “Emotional Landscapes, or Running with Cormac McCarthy During a Pandemic.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 195–202.
Raimondi, Luca. 2020. “Literary Geographies in Virtual Space: The Multiple Lives of a Creole Veranda.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 178–84.
Ridanpää, Juha. 2020. “Crisis and Humorous Stories: Laughing at the Times of COVID-19.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 296–301.
Saunders, Angharad. 2020. “Walking with Goats and Gruffalo.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 191–94.
Scanlan, Margaret. 2020. “In Quarantine with Victor Klemperer.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 256–61.
Schauwecker, Lacey. 2020. “Isolation and Intimacy in the Sonoran Desert: A Migrant’s Account.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 250–55.
Thurgill, James C. 2020. “In Spite of Cosmic Loneliness: Exploring Literary Geographies of Folklore from Lockdown.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 284–89.
Walker, Naomi. 2020. “One Walk a Day: The Freedom and Restriction of Movement through Space.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 208–11.
Westaway, Jonathan. 2020. “Lithanamnesis: Isolation, Memory and Longing in Mountaineering Narratives by POWs in World War Two.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 235–38.
Wills, David. 2020. “A Modern Greek Drama: Imagining Andros in Lockdown.” Literary Geographies 6 (2): 274–77.

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

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

Bailey, Jennie Ruth. 2018. “For Rochdale: Reading, Mapping, and Writing Place in the Era of the Northern Powerhouse.” PhD Thesis, Manchester Metropolitan University.

Beck, Magali Sperling, Anelise R. Corseuil, Magali Sperling Beck, and Anelise R. Corseuil. 2019. “Mapping Critical Journeys in Literature, Film, and Cultural Studies.” Ilha Do Desterro 72 (1): 9–14.

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.

Brosseau, Marc. 2017. “In, of, out, with, and through: New Perspectives in Literary Geography.” In The Routledge Handbook of Literature and Space, 9–27. Routledge.

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

Buciek, K. 2018. “Reading Homelessness in Roskilde through James Joyce’s Ulysses.” Literary Geographies, 18.

Bwana, Edith Weseja. 2018. “Literary Cartography: The Mapping of Colonial and Post-Colonial Races in Vassanji’s The Gunny Sack.” Journal of Education, Humanities and Sciences (JEHS) 7 (2).

Carver, Evan Hennessy. 2018. “Graffiti Writing as Urban Narrative.” Literary Geographies 4 (2): 188–203.

Chalupskỳ, Petr. 2018a. “The Imaginary Landscapes of Jim Crace’s Continent.” Athens Journal of Philology 5 (3): 201–220.

Chalupskỳ, Petr 2018b. “The Landscape of Trauma, Pain and Hope in Jim Crace’s The Pesthouse.” Ars Aeterna 10 (1): 1–20.

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

Chao, Long. 2018. “Hong Kong as Alternative Sinophone Articulation: Translation and Literary Cartography in Dung Kai-Cheung’S Atlas: The Archaeology of an Imaginary City.” Open Cultural Studies 2 (1): 771–780.

Conkan, Marius. 2018. “Mapping Literature: Geocritical Thinking and Posthumanism.” Caietele Echinox, no. 34: 66–76.

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.

Daija, Pauls, and Benedikts Kalnačs. 2019. “The Geographical Imagination in Early Twentieth-Century Latvian Novels.” Primerjalna Knjizevnost 42 (2): 153–171.

Ekelund, Bo G. 2018. “Dots on the Literary Map?: Literary Valorizations of Place, the Wealth of Earl Lovelace’s Trinidad, and Geometric Data Analysis.” ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature 49 (2): 1–36.

Estey-Burtt, Brandi. 2019. “‘Ripped and Tortured Skin’: Mapping the Body in Peter Carey’s Jack Maggs.” Ariel: A Review of International English Literature 50 (2): 191–217..

Evans, Elizabeth, and Matthew Wilkens. 2018. “Nation, Ethnicity, and the Geography of British Fiction, 1880-1940.” Journal of Cultural Analytics.

Ewers, Chris. 2014. “Roads as Regions, Networks and Flows: Waverley and the ‘Periphery’ of Romance.” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 37 (1): 97–112.

Ewers, Chris. 2016. “Genre in Transit: Agatha Christie, Trains, and the Whodunit.” Journal of Narrative Theory 46 (1): 97–120.

Fiskio, J. 2012. “Unsettling Ecocriticism: Rethinking Agrarianism, Place, and Citizenship.” American Literature 84 (2): 301–25.

Fletcher, LuAnn McCracken. 2018. “A Portkey to Potter: Literary Tourism and the Place of Imagination.” In Literary Tourism and the British Isles: History, Imagination, and the Politics of Place, 283–96.

Germain, Nathan. 2018. “Relational Geographies: Toward an Interconnected Vision of Place in French Literature and Geography, 1850-1900 – ProQuest.” University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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. Hispanic Urban Studies. Cham: Springer International Publishing.

Harris, Ashley, and Jonathan Harris. 2018. “Is The Map More Interesting Than The Territory? A Post-Representational Approach to Michel Houellebecq’s The Map and the Territory.” Literary Geographies 4 (2): 245–260.

Hawkes, Lesley, and Sarah J. Kanake. 2018. “The Geography of Narrative Spaces for Voices of Difference: Imagination, Disability and Gender.” Gender, Place and Culture.

Hétu, Dominique. 2018. “‘What a Caring Act’: Geographies of Care and the Posthuman in Canadian Dystopian Fiction.” Comparative Literature for the New Century, 87–116.

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

Hones, Sheila. 2017. “Sound and Rhythm in Literary Space-Time.” In The Routledge Handbook of Literature and Space, 106–113. Routledge.

———. 2018. “Literary Geography and Spatial Literary Studies.” Literary Geographies 4 (2): 146–149.

Ingleby, Matthew. 2018. “Bloomsbury Entertains: Dinner Parties and the Literary Geographies of Class.” In Nineteenth-Century Fiction and the Production of Bloomsbury, 41–75. Springer.

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

Jung, Nathan Allen. 2018. “Mapping the Media of Aleksandar Hemon’s Diasporic Time-Geography.” Ariel: A Review of International English Literature 49 (2): 37–62.

Kohler-Golly, Katja. 2014. “‘Location Is Everything’ : The Concept of Space in John Updike’s Rabbit Tetralogy and Richard Ford’s Bascombe Trilogy.”

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.

Krotz, Sarah Wylie. 2018. Mapping with Words: Anglo-Canadian Literary Cartographies, 1789-1916. University of Toronto Press.

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. 2018a. “Going beyond the Grid: Literary Mapping as Creative Reading.” Journal of Geography in Higher Education 42 (3): 384–411.

Luchetta, Sara. 2018. “Going beyond the Grid: Literary Mapping as Creative Reading.” Journal of Geography.. “Literary Mapping: At the Intersection of Complexity and Reduction.” Literary Geographies 4 (1): 6–9.

Luchetta, Sara. “Beyond the Grid, beyond the Page: Literary Mapping Practices in the Digital Age.” Ph.D. thesis. January 13, 2018..

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

Machado, Luís Manuel de Frias, and Ricardo Cruz. 2018. “A Transmedia Design Approach to Literary Cartography.” In DESIGNA 2018—Internacional Conference on Design Research, 335–345. Editora LabCom. IFP.

MacLeod, Nicola, Jennifer Shelley, and Alastair M. Morrison. 2018. “The Touring Reader: Understanding the Bibliophile’s Experience of Literary Tourism.” Tourism Management 67 (August): 388–98.

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

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

McLaughlin, David Paul. 2018. “Mobile Holmes: Sherlockiana, Travel Writing and the Co-Production of the Sherlock Holmes Stories.” PhD Thesis, University of Cambridge.

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.

Mezei, Kathy, and Chiara Briganti. 2018. “Aspidistras and Divans: Transient Spaces in the London Novel, 1920s to 1940s.” Living with Strangers: Bedsits and Boarding Houses in Modern English Life, Literature and Film, 25.

“Mobility in the English Novel from Defoe to Austen.” n.d. £GBP. Accessed November 6, 2019.

Molina, Geraldine. 2018. “Cities Literary Factory: The Mobilization of Literature in Urban Planning in Europe.” Cities 77: 4–12.

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

Moore, Antoni B., Mariusz Nowostawski, Christopher Frantz, and Christina Hulbe. 2018. “Comic Strip Narratives in Time Geography.” ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 7 (7): 245.

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

Mundell, Meg. 2018. “Crafting ‘Literary Sense of Place’: The Generative Work of Literary Place-Making.” Journal of the Association for the Study of Australian Literature 1 (18): 1–17.

Murrieta-Flores, Patricia, Christopher Donaldson, and Ian Gregory. 2017. “GIS and Literary History: Advancing Digital Humanities Research through the Spatial Analysis of Historical Travel Writing and Topographical Literature.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 11 (1).

Owens, Margaret R. 2018. “Faulknerian Social Strata Meridians in Yoknapatawpha County: A Study in Literary Geography.” BA, Univ of North Georgia.

Paniagua, Angel. 2018. “Literary Geographies of Contemporary Rural Depopulation.” Annals of Geographical Studies 1 (1): 11–22.

Peterle, Giada, and Francesco Visentin. 2017. “Performing the Literary Map:‘Towards the River Mouth’Following Gianni Celati.” Cultural Geographies 24 (3): 473–485.

Pini, Barbara, Wendy Keys, and Elizabeth Marshall. 2017. “Queering Rurality: Reading the Miseducation of Cameron Post Geographically.” Children’s Geographies 15 (3): 362–373.

Potter, Emily, and Kirsten Seale. 2019. “The Worldly Text and the Production of More-than-Literary Place: Helen Garner’s Monkey Grip and Melbourne’s ‘Inner North.’” Cultural Geographies, 1474474019884932.

Richardson, Bill. 2018. “Mapping the Literary Text: Spatio-Cultural Theory and Practice.” Philosophy and Literature 42 (1): 67–80.

Ridanpää, Juha. 2018. “Fact and Fiction: Metafictive Geography and Literary GIS.” Literary Geographies 4 (2): 141–145.

Ritson, Katie. 2018. The Shifting Sands of the North Sea Lowlands: Literary and Historical Imaginaries. Routledge..

Rodriguez, David. 2018. “Description in Space: Geography and Narrative Form.” Frontiers of Narrative Studies 4 (2): 327–341.

Sarnelli, Debora A. 2019. “From Maps to Stories: Dangerous Spaces in Agatha Christie’s Homes.” Humanities 8 (1): 23

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.

Shi, Long, and Qingwei Zhu. 2018. “Urban Space and Representation in Literary Study.” Open Journal of Social Sciences 6 (09): 223.

Suhr-Sytsma, Nathan. 2018. “The Geography of Prestige: Prizes, Nigerian Writers, and World Literature.” English Literary History 85 (4): 1093–1122.

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

Taylor, Joanna Elizabeth, Christopher Elliott Donaldson, Ian Norman Gregory, and James Odelle Butler. 2018. “Mapping Digitally, Mapping Deep: Exploring Digital Literary Geographies.” Literary Geographies 4 (1): 10–19.

Thacker, Andrew, and Peter Brooker. 2018. “Geographies of Modernism.” The Bloomsbury Companion to Modernist Literature, 43.

Thorpe, Andrea. 2018. “‘I Slipped into the Pages of a Book’: Intertextuality and Literary Solidarities in South African Writing about London.” Safundi 19 (3): 306–20.

Tompkins, Joanne. 2013. “Space and the Geographies of Theatre: Introduction.” Modern Drama, April.

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

Wallis, Kate. 2018. “Exchanges in Nairobi and Lagos: Mapping Literary Networks and World Literary Space.” Research in African Literatures 49 (1): 163–186.

Wrisley, David. 2018. “The Literary Geographies of Christine de Pizan.” In Approaches to Teaching the Works of Christine de Pizan, 156–163. Modern Language Association of America.

Wrisley, David Joseph. 2018. “The Literary Geographies of Christine de Pizan.” In . MLA.

Ye, Chao, and Jinye Wu. 2018. “Names and Their Meanings: Teaching Cultural Geography with the Poem the Names of Migrant Workers.” Journal of Geography in Higher Education 42 (4): 588–602.

Yu, Xiaojuan, and Honggang Xu. 2018. “Moral Gaze at Literary Places: Experiencing ‘Being the First to Worry and the Last to Enjoy’ at Yueyang Tower in China.” Tourism Management 65 (April): 292–302.

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