Joanna Taylor

Senior Research Associate: Geospatial Innovation in the Digital Humanities

Research Overview

Romantic and Victorian literature and culture; literary geographies; digital humanities; space and place theory; the Lake District

A deeply annotated testbed for geographical text analysis: The Corpus of Lake District Writing
Rayson, P.E., Reinhold, A., Butler, J., Donaldson, C.E., Gregory, I.N., Taylor, J.E. 26/09/2017 In: GeoHumanities'17: 1st ACM SIGSPATIAL Workshop on Geospatial Humanities. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
Conference contribution

The Lake District as a Cultural Landscape
Donaldson, C.E., Taylor, J.E., Gregory, I.N. 18/09/2017 In: Journal of Tourism History.
Journal article

Echoes in the Mountains: The Romantic Lake District's Soundscape
Taylor, J.E. 20/08/2017 In: Studies in Romanticism.
Journal article

Alts, Abbreviations, and AKAs: historical onomastic variation and automated named entity recognition
Butler, J.O., Donaldson, C.E., Taylor, J.E., Gregory, I.N. 11/05/2017 In: Journal of Map and Geography Libraries . 13, 1, p. 58-81. 24 p.
Journal article

Locating the beautiful, picturesque, sublime and majestic: spatially analysing the application of aesthetic terminology in descriptions of the English Lake District
Donaldson, C.E., Gregory, I.N., Taylor, J.E. 04/2017 In: Journal of Historical Geography. 56, p. 43-60. 18 p.
Journal article

Implementing corpus analysis and GIS to examine historical accounts of the English Lake District
Donaldson, C.E., Gregory, I.N., Taylor, J.E. 2017 In: Historical atlas. Seoul : Northeast Asian History Foundation p. 152-172. 21 p.
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Digital literary geography and the difficulties of locating 'Redgauntlet Country'
Donaldson, C.E., Bushell, S.C., Gregory, I.N., Rayson, P.E., Taylor, J.E. 30/11/2016 In: Studies in Scottish Literature. 42, 2, p. 174-183. 10 p.
Journal article

(Re-)mapping the “native vale”: Sara Coleridge’s Phantasmion
Taylor, J.E. 10/2015 In: Romanticism. 21, 3, p. 265-279. 15 p.
Journal article

“More of the same sort”: vamping Christabel in Hartley Coleridge’s “Ada of Grasmere” and Mary Coleridge’s “The Witch”
Taylor, J.E. 2012 In: Coleridge Bulletin. 40, p. 79-87. 9 p.
Journal article