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American literary geographies
|Statement||edited by Martin Bruckner and Hsuan L. Hsu.|
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|Pagination||367 p. ;|
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Profile. Professor Tharaud teaches courses on American literature and culture from the colonial through the contemporary periods. His current book project, "Apocalyptic Geographies: Religion, Media, and the American Landscape" (forthcoming, Princeton University Press) explores how 19th-century Americans used the landscape to help understand spiritual life, from the state of .
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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.
The journal features work combining topics and methods from literary studies, cultural geography, cartography, and. Overall, American Literary Geographies has many is the contributors' imaginative use of rich archival materials and close attention to reading early geography texts that makes the best case for the necessity of literary disciplinary intervention into American space and place studies.
(Jani Scandura, University of Minnesota)Author: Martin Brückner. Overall, American Literary Geographies has many is the contributors' imaginative use of rich archival materials and close attention to reading early geography texts that makes the best case for the necessity of literary disciplinary intervention into Author: Martin Bruckner.
American Literary Geographies American Literary Geographies Scandura, Jani the violence inherent in the acts of spatial inscription described by the essays in the book.
Conceptually, the term is a precise descriptor of how it appears the editors imagined the contents of different sections might interact. A train station becomes a police station; lands held sacred by Apaches and Mexicanos are turned into commercial and residential zones; freeway construction hollows out a community; a rancho becomes a retirement community—these are the kinds of spatial transformations that concern Mary Pat Brady in Extinct Lands, Temporal Geographies, a book 5/5(1).
This collaborative, interdisciplinary article analyses Houllebecq’s use of crime fiction and autofiction in The Map and the Territory ().The novel’s intra- inter- and extra-textual geographies, including its depiction of urban and rural space, are explored through a post-representational lens.
Jarvis C. McInnis is the Cordelia & William Laverack Family Assistant Professor of English at Duke University. An interdisciplinary scholar of African American and African Diaspora literature and culture, he is currently completing his first book manuscript, Afterlives of the Plantation: Aesthetics, Labor, and Diaspora in the Global Black South, which aims to reorient Cited by: 2.
Towards an Assemblage Approach to Literary Geography Over recent years literary geography has adopted a relational approach to its subject matter. This article continues this move, suggesting that assemblage theory can help develop the sub-discipline in two interrelated by: 2.
Get this from a library. American literary geographies: spatial practice and cultural production, [Martin Brückner; Hsuan L Hsu;] -- "This interdisciplinary collection of essays explores intersections between geography and American literary history, from the earliest geographic chronicles of the New World to the massive.
Close mobile search navigation. Article navigation. Vol Issue 4Author: Lauren Coats. American literary geographies: spacial practice and cultural production, / edited by Martin Brückner and Hsuan L. Hsu. Format Book Published Newark: University of Delaware Press, c Description p.: ill.
; 25 cm. Other contributors Brückner, Martin, Hsu, Hsuan L., Notes. "Extinct Lands, Temporal Geographies is an outstanding work that reveals the connection between Chicana bodies, literary texts, and geopolitical space.
It offers a conceptual framework based on theories of spatialization that provide a greater understanding of what Chicana writing does and why it is significant to our understanding of Cited by: By foregrounding the unsteady nature of geographical boundaries, the physical and imaginary migrations that coexisted with literary nationalism, and the changing attitudes toward geographical settings, the essays in American Literary Geographies present textual, theoretical, and contextual alternatives to existing exceptionalist accounts of U.S.
Introduction. In human and cultural geographies, fictive literature, novels, and poems have been used in different manners for over a century.
Literature has been an object of study, a thematic context for research, a perspective through which the. The Los Angeles Review of Books is a (c)(3) nonprofit. Wild Literary Geographies. as the writer and activist Bill McGibben says in his introduction to the book American Earth.
A provocative and revealing account of American modernist poetry in light of the recent ‘spatial’ turn in literary studies.”—Andrew Thacker, coeditor of Geographies of Modernism “An original book that contributes to major critical conversations in ecocriticism, space and spatiality, geopolitics, and poetry : Rebecca Walsh.
His work appears in Callaloo, American Literary History, Text and Performance Quarterly, College Literature, the James Baldwin Review, and the Southern Quarterly and has been supported by the Mellon Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, and the Carter G.
Woodson Institute for African American and African Studies at the University of : Julius B. Fleming. Mary Floyd-Wilson and Garrett A. Sullivan. Hardcover 09 June Early Modern Literary Geographies.
Pocket Maps and Public Poetry in the English Renaissance. The nascent research area of literary geography / literary cartography aims at visibly rendering such complex overlays of real and fictional geographies. Against this background that an interactive prototype of a Literary Atlas of Europe is currently under development at the Institute of Cartography and Geoinformation, ETH Zurich.
Literary Geographies: S. Hones: Hardcover: American - General book. Over classic books and novels you can read free online. The library includes the greatest books of all time, including; Moby Dick, The Call of the Wild, The Prince and the Pauper, The Red Badge of Courage, The Awakening, Little Women, The Scarlet Letter, The Secret Garden, White Fang, Babbit, Daisy Miller, David Copperfield, Oliver Twist and hundreds of other classic novels.
In November, Rivett's latest book, "Unscripted America: Indigenous Languages and the Origins of a Literary Nation," was published by Oxford University Press. "Unscripted America" explores the impact of colonial language encounters between indigenous and European populations on Enlightenment language philosophy and early American literary history.
cultural geographies 1, Download Citation If you have the appropriate software installed, you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice. Blair, S. “Cultural Geography and the Place of the Literary.” American Literary History 10 (3): Blunt, A., and G, Rose.
Writing women and space. Guilford Press. Bordessa, R. “Moral Frames for Landscape in Canadian Literature.” In A Few Acres of Snow: Literary and Artistic Images of Canada, 58– Dundurn Press.
Kristen Highland teaches courses in literature, American literary history, and academic writing. She has taught at New York University and the University of Delaware. Her research and writing focuses on 19th-century American literary culture, examining diverse material and social aspects of the literary—including the book as object, book spaces and institutions—and their.
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The American Literary Translators Association (ALTA) is an organization in the United States dedicated to literary promotes literary translation through its annual conference, which draws hundreds of translators and literary professionals from around the world; the National Translation Awards in Poetry and Prose, an annual $5, prize (divvied $2, each) for the.
American literature - American literature - Literary and social criticism: Until his death inEdmund Wilson solidified his reputation as one of America’s most versatile and distinguished men of letters.
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• First Book Award, African Literature Association, The interplay between space, place, and race. Part literary history, part cultural study, Grounds of Engagement examines the relationships and exchanges between black South African and African American writers who sought to create common ground throughout the antiapartheid era.
American Mobilities: Geographies of Class, Race, and Gender in US Culture Leyda brings the analytic tools of American cultural and literary studies to bear on an eclectic array of primary texts as she builds a case for the significance of mobility in the study of the United States.
This book is the product of a very personal experience. Extinct Lands, Temporal Geographies Chicana Literature and the Urgency of Space.
Share. Latin America Otherwise. More about this series. Book Pages: Illustrations: Published: November Author: Mary Pat Brady. Subjects American Studies, Chicanx and Latinx Studies, Author: Mary Pat Brady. Island Geographies invites rethinking much that is taken-for-granted—and in the process often claimed or taken by those empowered by continental discourses." Book Review by Richard Howitt, Macquarie University, Australia in Geographical Research (, 56(2), –).
They reflected on how geographical approaches and (creative) methodologies that investigate the spaces of readers, writers and publishers, such as Innes Keighren’s work on geographies of the book (e.g.
Keighren, ), can attend to the ways in which literary representations of space are implicated within the wider social, political and. It is a cliché, but also a truth, that nineteenth-century American literary culture associated the open spaces of a new country (frontier, sea, wilderness) with freedom, while female culture was locked within the home (often constructed, as in Huckleberry Finn, in terms of a tyrannical space ruled by womanly culture’s petty rules).
In American Literary Geographies: Spatial Practice and Cultural Production,edited by Martin Brückner and Hsuan L. Hsu.
Newark, Del.: University of Delaware Press, “Written Constitutions and Unenumerated Rights.” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 2 (October ). A fascinating and illuminating subplot within Nabokov in America concerns Nabokov’s relationship with the great American literary critic Edmund Wilson (–).
Wilson was an invaluable. Geographies of the BookEdited by Miles Ogborn, Queen Mary University of London, UK and Charles W.J. Withers, University of Edinburgh, UKThe geography of the book is as old as the history of the book.
Yet, while book history is an established field of study, there has been much less focus on geographical approaches to the singly, however, new work is. The conference I attended in California last weekend was linked to a book series with Oxford University Press.
I've shared details of this before, but it was a while ago, and the first volume is now published, so here is the description again. Early Modern Literary Geographies Oxford University Press Series Editors: Julie Sanders.American Literary Geographies: Space and Cultural Production, (collection) In light of the recent "spatial turn" in critical theory and various critical attempts to "remap" the field of American studies, we are seeking contributions for an essay collection that investigates intersections between geography and cultural production prior.This book draws on the tools of literary analysis and cultural geography to investigate Ernest Hemingway's sophisticated construction of physical environments.
In doing so, Laura Gruber Godfrey revises conventional approaches to Hemingway’s literary landscapes and provides insight about his fictional characters and his readers alike.