Publications

Old books

Books:

Cooper, D., Donaldson, C. & Murrieta-Flores, P., eds. (forthcoming 2015) Literary Mapping in the Digital Age, Ashgate, Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities.

Gregory, I. & Geddes, A., eds. (2014) Towards Spatial Humanities: Historical GIS and Spatial History. Indiana University Press: Bloomington.

Journal Special Issues:
Gregory, I.N., Donaldson, C., Murrieta-Flores, P. & Rayson, P. (2015, eds.) International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 9(1). Special issue on “Spatial Humanities.” See the IJHAC website

Articles & Book Chapters:

Porter, C., Atkinson, P. & Gregory, I. (under review) “Geographical Text Analysis: a new approach to understanding nineteenth-century mortality” Health and Place.

Hastings, S., Gregory, I. & Atkinson, P. (in press) “Explaining geographical variations in English rural infant mortality decline using place-centred reading” Historical Methods: A Journal of Quantitative and Interdisciplinary History.

Gregory, I.N., Donaldson, C., Murrieta-Flores, P. & Rayson, P. (2015) “Geoparsing, GIS and textual analysis: Current developments in Spatial Humanities research” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 9, pp. 1-14. See: DOI: 10.3366/ijhac.2015.0135

Gregory, I., Cooper, D., Hardie, A., & Rayson, P. (2015). “Spatializing and analysing digital texts: Corpora, GIS and places” in Bodenhamer D., Corrigan J. and Harris T. (eds.) Spatial Narratives and Deep Maps. Indiana University Press: Bloomington.

Murrieta-Flores, P., Baron, A., Gregory, I., Hardie, A. & Rayson, P. (2015) “Automatically analysing large texts in a GIS environment: The Registrar General’s reports and cholera in the nineteenth century” Transactions in GIS.

Gregory, I. & Geddes, A. (2014) “From historical GIS to spatial humanities: challenges and opportunities”. Gregory, I. & Geddes, A. (eds.). Indiana University Press: Bloomington, p. 172-185.

Gregory, I. & Geddes, A. (2014) “From historical GIS to spatial humanities: deepening scholarship and broadening technology”. Gregory, I. & Geddes, A. (eds.). Indiana University Press: Bloomington, p. ix-xix.

Gregory, I. & Cooper, D. (2013) “The interdisciplinary mapping of the past: Geographical technologies, history and texts” Journal of Victorian Culture, 18, pp. 265-272.

Porter, C., Atkinson, P. & Gregory, I.N., “Combining Statistics and Texts Using GIS: Nineteenth Century Health Reports”, GISRUK 2015 Proceedings, p492-499. See: http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.1491375.

Rupp, C.J., Rayson, P., Gregory, I., Hardie, A., Joulain-Jay, A.T., & Hartmann, D., “Dealing with heterogeneous big data when geoparsing historical corpora”, Proceedings of the 2014 IEEE International Conference on Big data, p80-83.

Rupp, C.J., Rayson, P., Baron, A., Donaldson, C., Gregory, I., Hardie, A., & Murrieta-Flores, P., “Customising Geoparsing and Georeferencing for Historical Texts”, 2013 IEEE International Conference on Big Data, 6-9/10/13.

Murrieta-Flores, P., Donaldson, C., Gregory, I., Rupp, C.J., Hardie, A. & Rayson, P. “GIS in the Humanities: Entering the Historical and Literary Dimensions”, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London, 29/08/13.

Donaldson, C., Rupp, C.J., Murrieta-Flores, P., Gregory, I., Hardie, A. & Rayson, P., “Integrating Corpus Linguistics and Spatial technologies for the analysis of Literature” Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster, 26/07/13.

Murrieta-Flores, P., Baron, A., Gregory, I., Donaldson, C., Rupp, C.J., Hardie, A. & Rayson, P., “Geographical Text Analysis: Mapping and spatially analysing corpora”, Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster, 25/07/13.

Gregory, I., Baron, A., Murrieta-Flores, P., Hardie, A., Rayson, P. & Rupp, C.J., “Geographical Text Analysis: GIS approaches to analysing large volumes of text” GIS Research UK, Liverpool, 04/04/13.

Murrieta-Flores, P., Donaldson, C., Rupp, C.J., Cooper, D. & Gregory, I. “Digital Literary Geographies: A spatial analysis of Lake District landscape writings, 1750-1900” GIS Research UK, Liverpool, 04/04/13. This won the prize for Best Poster at the conference.

Murrieta-Flores, P., Cooper, D. & Gregory, I.“Spatial Humanities: Exploring and Analysing Texts within a GIS environment”, Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, 6-8/09/12.

Rayson, P., Baron, A & Hardie, A. “Which ‘Lancaster’ do you mean? Disambiguation challenges in extracting place names for Spatial Humanities”, Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, 6-8/09/12.

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