Further Reading

Project Publications

Joanna Taylor and Christopher Donaldson, ‘How poets and painters of the past put the Lake District on the map‘, The Conversation, 12 July 2017.

James O. Butler, et al. ‘Alts, Abbreviations, and AKAs: historical onomastic variation and automated named entity recognition’, Journal of Maps & Geography Libraries, 22 (forthcoming 2017).

Christopher Donaldson, et al., ‘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 (2017), 43–60. *Open access

Christopher Donaldson, et al. ‘Implementing corpus analysis and GIS to examine historical accounts of the English Lake District’, Historical Atlas: Its Concepts and Methodologies, ed. by Peter Bol (Seoul: Northeast Asian History Foundation, 2017), 152–72.

Christopher Donaldson, et al. ‘Digital literary geography and the difficulties of locating Redgauntlet Country’, Studies in Scottish Literature, 42.2 (2016), 173–83. *Open Access

Affiliated Publications

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 (Boydell & Brewer; forthcoming in June 2016).


Joanna Taylor, ‘Reading and mapping Swallows and AmazonsThe Nexus: IRCHSS-2016, ed. by Chitra Jayathilake.