Politics of Place

Politics of Place is supported by ECLIPSE and an Editorial Board comprised of a range of academics from institutions across the country. The purpose of the journal is to provide space for postgraduate students to explore and share ideas concerning the relationship between culture and spatiality in works of literature. Through its engagement with issues of nationhood, community, class, marginality, and the self, the journal seeks to provide a forum for academic and contemporary political debate.

To find out more and to read the journal, please see the Politics of Place website.

For more information, contact: politicsofplace@exeter.ac.uk.