Expanding Worlds: Place and Collaboration in (and after) the ‘Text-as-Spatial-Event’

James C Thurgill, Jane Lovell

Abstract


This short position paper seeks to explore the collaborative role of place in the unfolding of the ‘text-as-spatial-event’ (Hones 2008) via the expansion of the extra-textual. The work presented here forms part of an ongoing interdisciplinary collaboration initiated by our meeting at the “Literary Geographies of Collaboration” roundtable, held at Emmanuel College, Cambridge, in August 2018.

Keywords


collaboration; extra-textual; literary geography; place; text-as-event; tourism studies.

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