Literary Geographies

Literary Geographies is an interdisciplinary open-access e-journal that provides a forum for new research and collaboration in the field of literary/geographical studies.

Literary Geographies is now accepting online submissions.

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The journal features work combining topics and methods from literary studies, cultural geography, cartography, and spatial theory. Recognising that the term ‘literary geography’ itself (along with its variants in other languages) has multiple meanings and is practised in a variety of ways within different academic traditions, the journal takes a broad view of its subject matter. The journal is fully refereed, and welcomes submissions (in English) from scholars at all career stages, and from all parts of the world.

 

 


Vol 6, No 1 (2020)

Table of Contents

Thinking Space

Robert T. Tally Jr.
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1-4
Kieron Smith, Jon Anderson
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5-10
Sheila Hones
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11-14

Theme Editorial

Jeff Vance Martin, Gretchen Sneegas
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15-23

Theme Articles

Alexander Robert Tarr
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24-38
Hannah Carilyn Gunderman
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39-58
Dylan M. Harris
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59-76

Articles

Marc Brosseau
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77-95
Catherine Porter, Rebecca Milligan, Keith D. Lilley
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96-118
Mikko Karhu, Juha Ridanpää
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119-137

Book Reviews

Robert Macfarlane (2019) Underland: A Deep Time Journey
David McLaughlin
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138-140
Brigitte Le Juez and Bill Richardson (eds) (2019) Spaces of Longing and Belonging: Territoriality, Ideology and Creative Identity in Literature and Film
Wayne E. Arnold
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141-143
Sarah Wylie Krotz (2018) Mapping with Words: Anglo-Canadian Literary Cartographies, 1789-1916
Brigid Magner
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144-147
Luann McCracken Fletcher (ed) (2019) Literary Tourism and the British Isles: History, Imagination and the Politics of Place
Jane Lovell
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148-151