AffiliationUniversity of Chester; Lancaster University; Manchester Metropolitan University
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AbstractThis book is about the relationship between the practice of mapping, the application of geospatial technologies and the interpretation of literary texts. The contributors have been selected from a range of disciplines and they approach this relationship from different perspectives. Yet, notwithstanding these differences, their contributions are collectively defined by a shared preoccupation with the possibilities afforded – and the problems presented – by the use of digital mapping tools and techniques in literary studies and cultural-geographical research. Each of the following chapters, that is to say, explores the dynamic ways that the creation of literary maps can confirm meaning and challenge critical assumptions.
CitationCooper D., Donaldson C. & Murrieta-Flores, P. (2016). Introduction: Rethinking literary mapping. In D. Cooper, C. Donaldson & P. Murrieta-Flores (Eds.), Literary Mapping in the Digital Age. London, United Kingdom: Routledge.
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