Sally Bushell, James Butler, Duncan Hay, Rebecca Hutcheon and Alex Butterworth, "Chronotopic Cartography: Mapping Literary Time-Space", Journal of Victorian Culture, April 2021. https://academic.oup.com/jvc/advance-articles
A series of articles on space and literature as part of the British Library's Discovering Literature series:
Sally Bushell, "J R R Tolkien as map-maker in The Hobbit", https://www.bl.uk/20th-century-literature/articles/jrr-tolkien-as-mapmaker-in-the-hobbit
Sally Bushell, "Narnian portals", https://www.bl.uk/20th-century-literature/articles/narnian-portals
Sally Bushell, "The many forms of Peter Pan", https://www.bl.uk/20th-century-literature/articles/the-many-forms-of-peter-pan
James O. Butler, "Mervyn Peake’s Gormenghast Castle and the defining role(s) of names", https://www.bl.uk/20th-century-literature/articles/mervyn-peakes-castle-gormenghast-defining-roles-of-names
Rebecca Hutcheon, "Time and space in Lewis Caroll’s dream-worlds", https://www.bl.uk/romantics-and-victorians/articles/time-and-place-in-lewis-carrolls-dream-worlds
Sally Bushell, "Home and homelessness in William Wordsworth’s ‘The Ruined Cottage’", https://www.bl.uk/romantics-and-victorians/articles/home-and-homelessness-in-william-wordsworths-the-ruined-cottage
Guest edited Special Issue: Literary Geographies: “Mapping Space; Mapping Time; Mapping Texts” (2021/22). A selection of twelve papers from our hosted 2020 Conference including two papers by the team:
Rebecca Hutcheon and Duncan Hay, "Introduction: Mapping Space, Mapping Time, Mapping Texts in the Twenty-First Century."
Sally Bushell and James O. Butler, "Mapping Robinson Crusoe for the Twenty-First Century."
Two linked papers in Cartographica (Forthcoming 2022):
"Digital Literary Mapping I: The Potential of Literary Topology"
"Digital Literary Mapping II: A Visual-Verbal Method for Interpretation"
Sally Bushell, Spatialising the Literary Text: Reading and Mapping (Cambridge: CUP; 2020). 130,000 word monograph.
Sally Bushell, "Unmapping John Clare: Circularity, Linearity, Temporality," Romantic Cartographies, eds. Sally Bushell Julia Carlson and Damian Walford-Davies (Cambridge, CUP, 2020).
Sally Bushell, "Paratext or Imagetext: Interpreting the Fictional Map", Word and Image, 32 (Summer 2016): 181-194.
Sally Bushell, "Mapping Literature: Spatialising the Literary Work", in Literary Mapping in the Digital Age eds. David Cooper, Chris Donaldson and Patricia Murietta-Flores. (London: Routledge, 2016): 125-146.
Sally Bushell, "The Map in Victorian Adventure Fiction: Doubleness, Silence and the Ur-Map in Treasure Island and King Solomon's Mines", Victorian Studies 57.4 (2015): pp. 611-637.
Sally Bushell, "The Slipperiness of Literary Maps: Critical Cartography and Literary Cartography", Cartographica 47 (3) (2012): 149-60.
Butler, J.O. (2021) "Situational contexts in namescape mapping: connecting the creative roles, relationships, and referential issues in geoparsing fiction", Names 69 (Unknown no. at this time) [accepted, publication pending]
Butler, J.O. "From Wordsworth's Lakes to Wonderland: Mapping literary spaces through chronotopically-defined connections" in: Robbins, D. [ed.] A Handbook for Literary Onomastics. [Under editorial review]
Butler, J.O. (2015) "Etched from stone: A Semantic Tour of Gormenghast's Onomastic Construction". Studies in Gothic Fiction 4, 78–86.
Butler, J.O., Donaldson, C.E., Taylor, J.E., and Gregory, I.N. (2017) "Alts, Abbreviations, and AKAs: Historical onomastic variation and automated named entity recognition". Journal of Map and Geography Libraries 13, 58-81. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15420353.2017.1307304
Butler, J.O. (2017) "Mindcrafting: The use of naming techniques to aid cognitive mapping within a virtual environment", Simulation & Gaming 48, 588-602. https://doi.org/10.1177/1046878117712750
Butler, J.O. "Naming at Play in the Lake District: The Role of Onomastics in Ransome's Swallow & Amazons series", Nomina. 39, 77-96.
Rebecca Hutcheon, "George Gissing's The Nether World and Clerkenwell', and 'George Gissing's Thyrza and Lambeth", in The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban Literary Studies, ed. Jeremy Tambling (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2018)
Rebecca Hutcheon "The Dangers of the Palace of Art", pp. p. 159-176 in Gissing's World Within the World: Art and the Artist, Maria Teresa Chialant, Emanuela Ettorre, and Christine Huguet, eds. (Arcane Editric, 2018)
Rebecca Hutcheon, Writing Place: Mimesis, Subjectivity and Imagination in the Works of George Gissing (Routledge, 2018). 100,000 word monograph
Rebecca Hutcheon, "Born in Exile, Bakhtin, and the Double-Voiced Discourse of the Epistolary Form" in The Gissing Journal, 51:2 (2017): pp. 1-26
Rebecca Hutcheon, "The Dangers of Fiction: Reading and Mis-reading the Country House" in English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 60:3 (2017): pp. 341-358
Rebecca Hutcheon and Ralph Pite, Romantic Bristol: Writing the City, University of Bristol, 2015, Vers. 1.0.5. Apple App Store, Retrieved from https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/romantic-bristol-writing-city/id996945384?mt=8
Rebecca Hutcheon, "Mapping the City: the problems with mimesis in George Gissing's The Nether World" in The Gissing Journal, 50:2 (2014)