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[1] Thurgill, J. (2018) ‘Extra-textual Encounters: locating place in the text-as-event: an experiential reading of M.R. James’ ‘A Warning to the Curious”, Literary Geographies, 4(2), pp. 1-24

[2] Thurgill, J. (2018) ‘The Summer of the Ubume’ in Sutherland, J. (ed) Literary Landscapes: Charting the Worlds of Classic Literature. New York: Black Dog & Leventhal, 218-219.

[3] Thurgill, J. (2018) ‘Where should we commence to dig?’: spectral narratives and the biography of place in F. B. Bond’s psychic archaeology of Glastonbury Abbey’ in Bartolini, N., Mackian, S. and Pile, S. (eds.) Spaces of Spirituality, London: Routledge Press. 221-233.

[4] Thurgill, J. (2018) ‘Ghostly Voices: critical approaches to narratives of ghost stories, folklore and myth in the language-learning classroom’, Komaba Journal of English Education, pp. 81-106

[5] Thurgill, J. (2017) ‘Geo-interventions: walking art, ‘deep-mapping’ and the biography of place’. Proceedings of the Place, Space, Art International Symposium, Hangzhou, China.

[6] Thurgill, J. (2017) ‘Narrative Research in Practice: Stories from the Field’, Emotion, Space and Society, 23 pp. 52-53. (Book Review).

[7] Thurgill, J. (2017) Hauntscape: a photographic enquiry into place and memory. Single run art book, Tokyo.

[8] Thurgill, J. (2016) ‘A Strange Cartography: Leylines, Landscape and ‘Deep Mapping’ in the works of Alfred Watkins’ in Roberts, L. (ed.) Deep Mapping. Basel: MDPI.

[9] Thurgill, J. (2016) ‘Mapping cultures: place, practice, performance’, Journal of Cultural Geography, 33(3) pp. 382-384. (Book Review).

[10] Thurgill, J. (2015) ‘Mobilities of Magick’ in Gale, T., Maddrell, A. and Terry, A. (eds.) Sacred Mobilities: Journeys of Belief and Belonging. London: Ashgate Press: pp. 53-69.

[11] Thurgill, J. (2015) ‘A Strange Cartography: Leylines, Landscape and ‘Deep Mapping’ in the works of Alfred Watkins’, Humanities, 4(4), pp. 637-652.

[12] Thurgill, J. (2011) ‘Immaterialising Things’. Paperweight: A Newspaper of Visual and Material Culture, 2(1), p. 06.

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