The literature on specific places is, of course, enormous. I have not included many of these works. Some of the courses or bibliographies listed here will have more.
- Annotate Space – experiential forms of journalism and nonfiction storytelling for use at specific locations.
- Association for the Study of Literature and the Environment.
- The Geographical Imagination in Whitman and Dickinson.
- Ideas of Place – film and place
- Literature and Place Website.
- Literature of Southern Alberta (Pamela Banting & class)
- Questioning Travel III: Travel Writing, Writing About Travel Writing, Questioning Ourselves (San Francisco) 27-30 May 2004.
- Space and Place – Literary excerpts
- Travel and Travellers – Literary excerpts
- Travel Writing and Pedagogy: Pratt’s “Effect of the Real.”(The Society for American Travel Writing. American Literature Association Annual Conference, San Francisco) 27-30 May 2004
- US Society and Values: A Sense of Place: Regional American Literature.
- The Where Project- place blog
- The World as Home: Dedicated to Literary Writing about Natural World.
Home Pages of People in Place Research
- ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment.
- Studies in Canadian Literature.
- American Space and Identity.
- ASLE Bibliographies
in Regional and Place-Based Writing.
- ASLE Online General
- Online Guide to Regional Portrayals in Film.
- Re-Imagining our Place in Space: Introduction to the work of Gary Snyder.
- Web Resources on Nature Writing
Courses and Programs
- ASLE Collection of
Syllabi on Environment and Literature – 150 syllabi
- American Landscape and a Sense of Place (Burkholder)
- British Literature and the Prominence of Place (Betty Ellzey)
- British Topographies 1790-1914. (Stephen Finley)
- Calling America “Home” – Changing Concepts of Community and Place in American Culture (Karla Armbruster)
- Dwelling Places: Identity, Locale, Nationality (S. Finley)
- Geography and Nature Writing: Voicing Place (Gary Cummisk)
- Globalization and Cultural Difference (Steven Slemon)
- Landscape and Poetry (Gifford)
- Les Non-lieux dans la littérature française contemporaine (Alain-Philippe Durand) – with news story.
- Literature and the Environment: Representations of Place (Walter Isle)
- The Literature of Place (William Howarth)
- Narratives of/on the Borderland: Rethinking Frontier (Annette Kolodny)
- Nature Writing (Ann Woodlief)
- Pastoralism and 20th Century British Literature (Jan Haswell)
- People, Place and Story (Leslie van Gelder)
- Perceptions of Wood and Water in American Literature (Hal Crimmel)
- Place and the Environment in American Fiction (Hal Crimmel)
- “Placing” Romanticism (Thomas Hothem)
- Power and Place (Nancy Langston)
- Romantic Travellers (David Miall)
- Senses of Place in American Literature (William Rossi)
- Space, Place and Modernity (John Hegglund)
- Space, Place and Travel in Postmodern Literature (Ursula Heise)
- Spirit of Place (Michael Kowalewski)
- Spirit of Place in British Literature (John Humma)
- Stalking the Spirit of Place: Nature, Wilderness, and the Literary Imagination
(John Tallmadge, Fred Taylor)
- Writing and Place: Widening Circles of Community (David Taylor)
- Writers of Place and Self (Donna Mendelson)
- Writing About Space and Place (Mark Sample)
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Brayton, Daniel. Critical Topographies: Possession, Place, and Power in the English Renaissance. Dissertation: Cornell University, 2001.
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