Publications

Old books

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

Gregory I.N. and Geddes A., eds. (forthcoming 2014) Towards Spatial Humanities: Historical GIS and Spatial History. IUP.

Journal Special Issues:
We expect to produce a special issue of International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, entitled “Towards the spatial humanities: Exploring digital texts with geo-spatial technologies”, in the spring of 2015.

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

Gregory I., Cooper D., Hardie A., and Rayson P. (in press). “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.

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

C.J. Rupp, Paul Rayson, Alistair Baron, Christopher Donaldson, Ian Gregory, Andrew Hardie, Patricia Murrieta-Flores, “Customising Geoparsing and Georeferencing for Historical Texts”, 2013 IEEE International Conference on Big Data, 6-9/10/13.

Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Christopher Donaldson, Ian Gregory, C.J. Rupp, Andrew Hardie and Paul Rayson “GIS in the Humanities: Entering the Historical and Literary Dimensions”, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference, London, 29/8/13.

Christopher Donaldson, C.J. Rupp, Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Ian Gregory, Andrew Hardie and Paul Rayson, “Integrating Corpus Linguistics and Spatial technologies for the analysis of Literature” Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster, 26/7/13.

Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Alistair Baron, Ian Gregory, Christopher Donaldson, C.J. Rupp, Andrew Hardie and Paul Rayson, “Geographical Text Analysis: Mapping and spatially analysing corpora”, Corpus Linguistics, Lancaster, 25/7/13.

Ian Gregory, Alistair Baron, Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Andrew Hardie, Paul Rayson and C.J. Rupp, “Geographical Text Analysis: GIS approaches to analysing large volumes of text” GIS Research UK, Liverpool, 4/4/13.

Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Christopher Donaldson, C.J. Rupp, David Cooper and Ian Gregory, “Digital Literary Geographies: A spatial analysis of Lake District landscape writings, 1750-1900” GIS Research UK, Liverpool, 4/4/13. This won the prize for Best Poster at the conference.

Patricia Murrieta-Flores, David Cooper and Ian Gregory, “Spatial Humanities: Exploring and Analysing Texts within a GIS environment”, Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, 6-8/9/12.

Paul Rayson, Alistair Baron and Andrew Hardie, “Which ‘Lancaster’ do you mean? Disambiguation challenges in extracting place names for Spatial Humanities”, Digital Humanities Congress, Sheffield, 6-8/9/12.

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