The Spatial Turn: Critical Approaches to Spatial Literary Studies
This book introduces the growing field of spatial literary studies. Beginning with an in-depth overview of spatial theory, the book examines the various methodological and disciplinary approaches central to the study of literature and spatial studies, including Geocriticism, Geopoetics, and GeoHumanities. The book also explores recent conversations and debates about the role of place in today’s world and the intersections of spatial studies with the field of Ecocriticism, an increasingly urgent and productive pairing, and includes chapters on various timely topics, such as Globalization and Non-Places.
The book is currently under review with an academic press.