I’ve started the final draft section of my PhD thesis on how Rochdale is read, mapped, and written. In this section I’m trying to pull together the literary survey and the maps sections in order to inform creative responses to the borough*. This has, in part, been inspired by other work in this area (for … More Mapping place, politics, literary locations: learning from Lancaster University
The following blog post is an extension of a poster presentation given at the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Programme Arts and Humanities Conference 2015 held on the 12th and 13th October at Keele University. Please click this link to view: poster for NWCDTP 2015. And follow the hyperlinks in the text below for more … More Does everywhere have stories?