Presentation Title

ILLOCALITY: DEEP MAPPING THE (NORTH) AMERICAN LAND-MIND-SCAPE

Presenter Information

Samantha A ChipmanFollow

Major

English

Anticipated Graduation Year

2022

Access Type

Open Access

Abstract

By mapping works of American literature to 1865, this is an archive relating to Henry David Thoreau, Emily Dickinson, Frederick Douglass, and Mary Rowlandson. Configuring multiple approaches to mapping, students of literature create renderings of literary criticism and close reading at the conjunction of creativity. This space is a reflection of individual contributions in a collaborative setting-- These maps are group texts, and they convey the dialogue and insights of the Spring 2021 class of ENGL 375. Intertwined with these maps are an array of papers written by students who have opted to have their work archived on this site.

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Dr. Marta Werner, Department of English, Loyola University Chicago

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ILLOCALITY: DEEP MAPPING THE (NORTH) AMERICAN LAND-MIND-SCAPE

By mapping works of American literature to 1865, this is an archive relating to Henry David Thoreau, Emily Dickinson, Frederick Douglass, and Mary Rowlandson. Configuring multiple approaches to mapping, students of literature create renderings of literary criticism and close reading at the conjunction of creativity. This space is a reflection of individual contributions in a collaborative setting-- These maps are group texts, and they convey the dialogue and insights of the Spring 2021 class of ENGL 375. Intertwined with these maps are an array of papers written by students who have opted to have their work archived on this site.