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I found my past homes on these pages, I saw the stories on the streets I walked : experiencing familiar places through fiction and imagining texts through personal spatial experience (2021)


Amey, E. (2021). I found my past homes on these pages, I saw the stories on the streets I walked : experiencing familiar places through fiction and imagining texts through personal spatial experience. In Bodies Territories Touch : 8th International Conference of Autoethnography. Boomerang Project. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4nvicCKwhE


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Julkaisun kaikki tekijät tai toimittajatAmey, Evgenia

EmojulkaisuBodies Territories Touch : 8th International Conference of Autoethnography

Konferenssin paikka ja aikaVirtual Event18.-20.7-2021

Julkaisuvuosi2021

Ilmestymispäivä19.07.2021

KustantajaBoomerang Project

JulkaisumaaBritannia

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Pysyvä verkko-osoitehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4nvicCKwhE

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Works of fiction have the power to draw visitors to locations associated with them. Literary and film tourism – travelling to sites with connections to literature and screen productions – had been growing in popularity in the years prior to the pandemic and, as any tourism practices, relied on the freedom of movement. Due to the measures and restrictions aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-2019, such leisure activities may presently not be possible in many parts of the world. In this presentation, I consider the fiction-space dynamics beyond that of fiction-inspired travel, drawing on autoethnographic fieldwork in Helsinki, Finland, to find out how space can be experienced through fiction. In light of earlier studies in the field of literary geography (Hones 2008, 2014; Anderson 2015; McLaughlin 2016; Thurgill 2018; Lovell 2019), I examine how, during my literary walks in Helsinki, personal histories of engagement with fiction and prior and present geographical experience informs the way media texts are read and imagined spatially – in particular, I look at the instances when fiction ‘spills over’ the actual-world places where one finds oneself, or when stories become associated with places previously visited.


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