Literary Mapping in the Digital Age

Literary Mapping in the Digital Age



Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780815366782
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 12/04/2017
Series: Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities Series
Pages: 336
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

David Cooper is Senior Lecturer in English Literature at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, Christopher Donaldson is a Lecturer in Romanticism at the University of Birmingham, UK and Patricia Murrieta-Flores is Director of the Digital Humanities Research Centre at the University of Chester, UK

Table of Contents

List of Figures viii

List of Plates xi

List of Tables xiii

List of Contributors xiv

Series Preface xvi

Acknowledgments xviii

Introduction: Rethinking Literary Mapping David Cooper Christopher Donaldson Patricia Murrieta-Flores 1

Part I Mapping Methods: Systems, Approaches and Innovations 23

1 Mapping the Emotions of London in Fiction, 1700-1900: A Crowdsourcing Experiment Ryan Heuser Mark Algee-Hewitt Annalise Lockhart Erik Steiner Van Tran 25

2 The Digital Poetics of Place-Names in Literary Edinburgh Miranda Anderson James Loxley 47

3 Geographical Text Analysis: Digital Cartographies of Lake District Literature Ian Gregory Christopher Donaldson 67

4 Mapping Fiction: The Theories, Tools and Potentials of Literary Cartography Barbara Piattt 88

5 Bloomsday's Big Data: GIS, Social Media and James Joyce's Ulysses Charles Travis 102

Part II Mapping Practices: Places, Writers and Readers 123

6 Mapping Fiction: Spatialising the Literary Work Sally Bushell 125

7 The Spatial Practices of Writing: Arnold Bennett and the Possibilities of Literary GIS Angharad Saunders 147

8 Between 'Distant' and 'Deep' Digital Mapping: Walking the Plotlines of Cardiff's Literary Geographies Jon Anderson 161

9 The Cestrian Book of the Dead: A Necrogeographic Survey of the Dee Estuary Les Roberts 182

Part III Mapping Futures: Collecting, Curating and Creating 205

10 Making the Invisible Visible: Place, Spatial Stories and Deep Maps David J. Bodenhamer 207

11 From Mapping Text in Space to Experiencing Text in Place: Exploring Literary Virtual Geographies Trevor M. Harris H. Frank Lafone Dan Bonenberger 221

12 Spatial Frames of Reference for Literature Through Geo spatial Technologies Gary Priestnall 240

13 Geovisuality: Literary Implications Tania Rossetto 258

14 'Setting the globe to spin': Digital Mapping and Contemporary Literary Culture David Cooper 276

Index 297

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