Donaldson C., Dunning R. and Winchester A.J.L. (2018) Henry Hobhouse’s Tour Through Cumbria in 1774. Kendal: Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society
Donaldson C. and Matthews S. (2018) From the Mines to the Mountains: John Dalton’s Descriptive Poem of 1755 and Contemporary Accounts of Cumberland and Westmorland. Bookcase
Donaldson C. (in press, 2019) “John Brown’s ‘Description of the Lake at Keswick’: New Clues and Clarifications”, The Library.
Taylor J.E. (in press, 2019) “Echoes in the Mountains: The Romantic Lake District’s Soundscape” Studies in Romanticism, 57(3)
Donaldson C. (in press, 2019) “‘The Travelling Carriage in Old Times’: John Ruskin and the Lakes Tour in the Age of William IV2”, Yearbook of English Studies, 48
Chesnokova O., Taylor J.E., Purves R. and Gregory I. (2018) “Hearing the silence: finding the middle ground in the spatial humanities? Extracting and comparing perceived silence and tranquility in the English Lake District” International Journal of Geographical Information Science.
Taylor, J.E. (2018) “Mighty Poets: Hartley Coleridge and William Wordsworth”, Essays in Romanticism, 25(2), pp. 141-59
Taylor J.E., Donaldson C.E., Gregory I.N. and Butler J.O. (2018) “Mapping digitally, mapping deep: Exploring digital literary geographies” Literary Geographies, 4, pp. 10-19
Taylor J.E., Gregory I.N. and Donaldson C. (2018) “Moving beyond close and distant reading: A multiscalar analysis of the English Lake District’s historical soundscape” International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 12(2), pp. 163-182
Anderson C., Ceserani G., Donaldson C., Gregory I.N., Hall M., Rosenbaum A.T. and Taylor J.E. (2017) “Digital humanities and tourism history”, Journal of Tourism History, 9, pp. 246-269
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, pp. 58-81
Donaldson C., Gregory I.N. and Taylor J.E. (2017) “Locating the beautiful, picturesque, sublime and majestic: Spatially analysing the application of aesthetic terminology in descriptions of the English Lake District” Journal of Historical Geography, 56, pp. 43-60 *Open access
Taylor J.E. (2017) “Settling at Keswick: Affective Bioregionalism in Southey Country’, Romanticism on the Net, 68-69.
Donaldson C., Bushell S., Gregory I.N., Taylor J.E. and Rayson P. (2016) “Digital literary geography and the difficulties of locating ‘Redgauntlet Country’” Studies in Scottish Literature, 42, pp. 174-183. *Open Access
Donaldson C. (in press, 2019) “Deep Mapping and Romanticism: ‘Practical’ Geography in the Poetry of Sir Walter Scott”, in Bushell S., Carlson J. and Walford Davies D. (eds.) Romantic Cartographies. Cambridge University Press
Taylor, J. E. (in press, 2019) “Mountain Matter(s): Anticipatory Cartographies in Nineteenth-Century Mountain Literature” in Carruthers J., Spence B. and Dakkak N. (eds.) Anticipatory Materialisms in Literature and Philosophy, 1790-1930. Palgrave Macmillan.
Gregory I., Donaldson C. and Taylor J. (in press) “Landscape appreciation in the English Lake District: A GIS approach” in Coomans T., Cattoor B. and De Jonge K. (eds.) Mapping Historical Landscapes in Transformation: Methods, Applications, Challenges. University Press Leuven/Cornell University Press
Donaldson C., Gregory I.N. and Taylor J.E. (2016) “Implementing corpus analysis and GIS to examine historical accounts of the English Lake District” in Bol P. (ed.) Historical Atlases. North Asia History Foundation: Seoul, Korea. pp. 153-172
Reinhold A., Gregory I. and Rayson P. (2018) “Deep mapping Tarn Hows: Automated generation of 3D historic landscapes” in Sablatnig R. and Wimmer M. (eds.), Eurographics Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage. The Eurographics Association, Congress Visual Heritage, Vienna, Austria, 12 November 2018.
Rayson P., Reinhold A., Butler J., Donaldson C., Gregory I. and Taylor J. (2017) “A deeply annotated testbed for geographical text analysis” Proceedings of ACM SigSpatial Workshop on GeoSpatial Humanities, Redondo Beach, California, November 2017.
Chesnokova O., Taylor J.E. and Purves R.S. (2017) “Lake District Soundscapes: Analysing Aural Experience Through Text”, in Fogliaroni, P., Ballatore, A. and Clementini, E. (eds.), Proceedings of Workshops and Posters at the 13th International Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2017). 23-25
Reinhold A., Donaldson C.E., Gregory I.N. and Rayson P.E. (2017) “Exploring deep mapping concepts: Crosthwaite’s map and West’s picturesque stations” Proceedings of Workshops and Posters at the 13th International Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT 2017). Fogliaroni, P., Ballatore, A. and Clementini, E. (eds.). 265-273 (Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography)
Literary Mapping in the Digital Age, ed. by David Cooper, Christopher Donaldson, and Patricia Murrieta-Flores (Abingdon: Routledge, 2016).
Christopher Donaldson, ‘Shifting Interpretations of the English Lake District’, Changing Perceptions of Nature, ed. by Ian Convery and Peter Davis (Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2016).
Joanna Taylor and Christopher Donaldson, ‘How Poets and Painters of the Past put the Lake District on the Map’, The Conversation, 12 July 2017.
Joanna Taylor, ‘Reading and mapping Swallows and Amazons‘, The Nexus: IRCHSS-2016, ed. by Chitra Jayathilake.
Joanna Taylor will be contributing to an episode of BBC Radio 4’s Ramblings program.
Joanna Taylor interviewed on BBC Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour, 14 Nov 2018.
Mullen, A., ‘New Wordsworth Trust exhibition puts one of the region’s most beautiful valleys centre stage’, The Westmorland Gazette, 29 May 2017.
Steel, K., ‘Explore the Duddon Valley in Wordsworth-inspired exhibition’ Cumbria Live, 26 April 2017.
Taylor, J.E., ‘The audacious Wordsworth who put mountaineering on the map in the 19th century’, The Independent, 9 September 2018.
Taylor, J.E., ‘Climbing with Dorothy: the Wordsworth who put mountaineering on the map’, The Conversation, 4 September 2018.
Taylor, J.E. and Donaldson, C.E., ‘How Poets and Painters of the Past put the Lake District on the Map’, The Conversation, 12 July 2017.