Literary Geographies of Political Economy

capitalfictionsThis section of the PPE blog is dedicated to Literary Geographies of Political Economy bringing together the emergence of new work in this area addressing political economy in a truly interdisciplinary manner. The objective is to co-ordinate material that focuses on literary geography, literary history, and political economy. This entails an interdisciplinary focus on literary studies, geographical studies, and political economy addressing narratives of literary and material space.

The ambition is to reach out to cognate endeavours engaged with literary geographies and political economy, be it work linked to the journal Literary Geographies; work on Early Modern Literary Geographies; work on Capital Fictions linking literary fiction and capitalist modernity; or work on Political Economy and the Novel, linking literary history and political economy.

 
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The Urban Revolution in Victor Serge: The Case of Comrade Tulayev


 
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Chiapas Gothic: Racialised Labour in Rosario Castellanos’ Balún Canán

 
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The Urban Revolution in Victor Serge: Conquered City

 
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The Financial Imaginary: A Masterclass and Lecture by Alison Shonkwiler


 
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Unfinished Transitions: Rural Modernisation in Latin America


 
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Capital Fictions

 
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Vampire Capitalism: Carlos Fuentes and Vlad

 
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The Frontiers of Cormac McCarthy


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