Scholarly monographs, edited books, edited journal issues

Narrative in Urban Planning: A Field Guide. Bielefeld: Transcript, 2023. With Jens Martin Gurr and Barbara Buchenau. OpenAccess

Routledge Companion to Literary Urban Studies (ed.). London: Routledge, 2022.

Uncertain Ontologies. Special issue of Style 55:3, 2021. With Marco Caracciolo (eds.).

Literatures of Urban Possibility. London: Palgrave, 2021. With Markku Salmela and Jason Finch (eds.).

La puissance projective. Intrigue narrative et projet urbain. Geneve: MetisPresses, 2021. With Pieter Uyttenhove and Bart Keunen. With the collaboration of Johanna Godefroid, Noemi Loeman, Hendrik Sturm, Sofie Verraest & Tom Ysewijn.

The Narrative Turn in Urban Planning: Plotting the Helsinki Waterfront. London: Routledge, 2020

The Materiality of Literary Narratives in Urban History. London: Routledge, 2019. With Jason Finch, Silja Laine and Richard Dennis (eds.). link

Literary Second Cities. London: Palgrave, 2017. With Jason Finch and Markku Salmela (eds.). link

Urban Humanities.The Finnish Journal of Urban Studies / Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu 2/54, 2016. With Anja Kervanto Nevanlinna and Samu Nyström. OA link

Literature and the Peripheral City. London: Palgrave, 2015. With Jason Finch and Markku Salmela (eds.). link

Helsinki in Early Twentieth-Century Literature. Urban Experiences in Finnish Prose Fiction 1890-1940. Helsinki: SKS, 2014. OA link

Moved by the City. Experiences of Helsinki in Finnish Prose Literature 1889-1941. Helsinki: Unigrafia. (Doctoral Dissertation). 2013. OA link

Language,Space and Power: Urban Entanglements. Helsinki: Collegium. 2012. With Jani Vuolteenaho, Andrew Newby, and Maggie Scott (eds.). OA link

Refereed articles

“Critical Geography.” In Imre Szeman, Martin Kreiswirth, Cymene Howe, Andrew Pendakis, and Valerie Uher (eds.): The Johns Hopkins Guide to Critical and Cultural Theory. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2024 (forthcoming). With Sirpa Tani.

“Narrative Approaches for Twenty-first Century Planning.” In Phil Allmendinger, Mark Tewdwr-Jones, and Matthew Wargent (eds.): Critical Planning Futures: New Directions in Planning Theory. London: Routledge, 2024 (forthcoming).

“Redemptive Scripts in the City Novel.” In Barbara Buchenau, Jens Martin Gurr, and Maria Sulimma (eds.): City Scripts: Narratives of Postindustrial Urban Futures. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2023. OA link

“Parkour: Loosening Public Urban Space in Finland.” In Karen A. Franck and Te-Sheng Huang (eds.): The Routledge Handbook of Public Space Design, Use, and Management. New York: Routledge, 2023. With Sirpa Tani.

“Literary Urban Studies: An Introduction.”´In Lieven Ameel (ed.): Routledge Companion to Literary Urban Studies. London: Routledge, 2022, 1-10.

“Teaching Literary Urban Studies.” In Lieven Ameel (ed.): Routledge Companion to Literary Urban Studies. London: Routledge, 2022, 11-25. With Chen Bar-Itzhak, Jason Finch, Patricia Garcia, Silja Laine, Liam Lanigan, Anni Lappela, Juho Rajaniemi, and Markku Salmela. OpenAccessPdf

Narrative Forms of Adaptation, Retreat, and Mitigation in Richard Ford’s Let Me Be Frank with You.” Poetics Today 43:1, 2022, 127-147. OpenAccessPdf

“Fraught Fictionality in Narratives of Future Catastrophe.” Narrative 29:3, 2021, 355-373. OpenAccessPdf

“Uncertain Ontologies in Twenty-First Century Storyworlds.” Style 55:3, 2021, 313-324. With Marco Caracciolo.. OpenAccessPdf

“Ontological Instability and Nonhuman Presence in Twenty-First Century New York Fiction.” Style 55:3, 2021, 346-366. OpenAccessPdf

“Nonhuman Presence and Ontological Instability in Twenty-First Century New York Fiction.” In Marco Caracciolo, Marlene Karlsson Marcussen & David Rodriguez (eds.):  Narrating Nonhuman Spaces, Form, Story, and Experience beyond Anthropocentrism. London: Routledge, 2021, 71-88. Expanded version of article published in Style 55:3, material republished with permission. OA link

“The Possible in Literature and Urban Life: Clearing the Field.” In Markku Salmela, Lieven Ameel & Jason Finch (eds.): Literatures of Urban Possibility. London: Palgrave, 2021, 1-18. WIth Markku Salmela and Jason Finch.

“Rising Towers, Rising Tides: Competing Visions of the Helsinki Waterfront in Planning and Fiction.” In Markku Salmela, Lieven Ameel & Jason Finch (eds.): Literatures of Urban Possibility. London: Palgrave, 2021, 45-64. OA link

“Balloon Explorers, the Panorama, and the Making of an Arctic Nomos in Contemporary Fiction.” In Markku Lehtimäki, Arja Rosenholm & Vlad Strukov (eds): Visual Representations of the Arctic: Imagining Shimmering Worlds in Culture, Literature and Politics. London: Routledge, 2021, 61-78. OpenAccessPdf

“‘A Stream of Words’ – The Antwerp Quay Poem as Interrogation of Urban Open Form, Polyphony, and Radical Dialogue.” Textual Practice 2021 36 (7): 1175-1194. link

“The Destruction of Amsterdam: Flood Allegories in Contemporary Dutch Literature.” Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde / Journal of Dutch Linguistics and Literature 136 (4): 224-243. 2020. OpenAcessPdf

“Flooded Cities in Low Countries Fiction: Referentiality and Indeterminate Allegory in Renate Dorrestein’s Weerwater and Roderik Six’s Vloed.” Green Letters 24 (1): 36-50. 2020. With Stef Craps. pdf

“A Geo-Ontological Thump” – Ontological Instability and the Folding city in Mikko Rimminen’s Early Prose.” In Malmio, Kristina & Kurikka, Kaisa (eds.): Contemporary Nordic Literature and Spatiality. London: Palgrave, 2019, 211-230. pdf

“Urban History and the Materialities of/in Literature.” In Ameel, Lieven, Jason Finch, Silja Laine, and Richard Dennis (eds.):The Materiality of Literary Narratives in Urban History. London: Routledge, 2019, 1-16. With Jason Finch, Silja Laine and Richard Dennis.

“The ‘Valley of Ashes’ and the ‘Fresh Green Breast’: Metaphors from The Great Gatsby in planning New York.” Planning Perspectives 2019, 34:5, 903-910. link OA pdf

“Agency at / in the waterfront in New York City: Vision 2020 and New York 2140.” Textual Practice 2019, 34:8, 1327-1343. link OA pdf

“Antti Tuomainen: The Healer.” In Goodbody, Axel, and Adeline Johns-Putra (eds.): Cli-Fi: A Companion. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2018, 165-170. pdf

“Metaphorizations of the waterfront in New York City’s comprehensive waterfront plan Vision 2020 and Foer’s ‘The Sixth Borough.’” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 2018, 60:3, 251-262. link

“Toponyms as Prompts for Presencing Place – Making Oneself at Home in Kjell Westö’s Helsinki.” Scandinavian Studies 90/2, 2018, 195-210. With Terhi Ainiala. link

“Mahdollisuuksien maisema: Helsingin rantaviiva liminaalitilana.” [“Landscape of possibilities: the Helsinki shore as liminal space.”] In Rosenholm, Arja; Meretoja, Hanna; Lehtimäki, Markku (eds.): Veteen kirjoitettu — Veden merkitykset kirjallisuudessa [“Waterscapes in literature”]. Helsinki: SKS, 2018, 73-92. pdf

“Panoramic Perspectives and City Rambles: Teaching Literary Urban Studies.”  In Tally, Robert Jr. (ed.): Teaching Space, Place, and Literature. London: Routledge, 2017, 89-98. pdf

“Saaristo kaupungissa. Helsingin saaret kirjallisuudessa.”(“Achipelago in the City. Helsinki’s islands in literature.”)  In Laakso, Maria; Lahtinen, Toni & Sagulin, Merja (eds.): Lintukodon rannoilta. Saarikertomukset suomalaisessa kirjallisuudessa (“Island Narratives in Finnish Literature”). Helsinki: SKS, 2017, 357-374. With Sarianna Kankkunen. OpenAccessPdf  pdf

“The Second City in Literary Urban Studies: Methods, Approaches, Thematics.” In Finch, Jason; Ameel, Lieven & Salmela, Markku (eds.): Literary Second Cities. London: Palgrave, 2017, 3-20. With Jason Finch and Markku Salmela. pdf

“Riku Korhonen’s Kahden ja yhden yön tarinoita as Reflection on the Suburban Fragmentation of Community.” In Finch, Jason; Ameel, Lieven & Salmela, Markku 2017 (eds.): Literary Second Cities. London: Palgrave, 2017, 175-194. With Tuomas Juntunen. pdf

”A City Awakens: Literary Helsinki at the Turn of the Twentieth Century.” In Sondrup, Steven P.; Sandberg, Mark; DuBois, Thomas A. & Ringgaard, Dan (eds.): Nordic Literature: A Comparative History. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2017, 220-233. pdf

“Känslan av namn i stadslitteraturen: ortnamn som indikatorer i Helsingforsromaner.” [“Names in city literature: toponyms as indicators in Helsinki novels.”] Norna-Rapporter 94. Namn och identitet Handlingar från NORNAs 46:e symposium i Tammerfors den 21–23 oktober 2015 [“Proceedings from Norna’s 46th symposium”], 2017, 133-146. With Terhi Ainiala. pdf

“The city novel: measuring referential, spatial, linguistic, and temporal distances.” In Tally, Robert T. Jr. (ed.): The Routledge Handbook of Literature and Space. London: Routledge, 2017, 233-241. pdf

Open City: Reading Signs of Uncertain Times in New York and Brussels.” In Polvinen, Merja; Salenius, Maria & Sklar, Howard (eds.): Mielikuvituksen maailmat / Fantasins världar / Worlds of Imagination. Turku: Eetos, 2017, 290-308. pdf/uncorrected proof

“Utopian jälkeen: vaihtoehtoisia tulevaisuusvisioita kirjallisuudessa ja kaupunkistrategioissa.” (“After Utopia: Alternative Visions of the Future in Literature and Urban Strategy”; refereed survey article.) Terra 128:4, 2016, 215-220. With Aleksi Neuvonen. PDF

“Towards a Narrative Typology of Urban Planning Narratives for, in, and of Planning in Jätkäsaari, Helsinki.” Urban Design International 22: 4, 2016, 318-330.

“Narrative Mapping and Polyphony in Urban Planning.” Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu / Finnish Journal for Urban Studies 2016: 2, 2016, 20–40. link

“A bildungsroman for a waterfront development. Literary genre and the planning narratives of Jätkäsaari, Helsinki.” Journal of Urban Cultural Studies 3:2, 2016, 167-187. pdf

“Emplotting urban regeneration: Narrative strategies in the case of Kalasatama, Helsinki.” DATUTOP 34. Re-City. Future City – combining disciplines. 2016, 222-240.

“New York Fiction.” In Tambling, Jeremy (ed.): Palgrave Handbook of Literature and the City. London: Palgrave, 2016, 317-332. With Markku Salmela. pdf

“Cities Utopian, Dystopian and Apocalyptic.” In Tambling, Jeremy (ed.): Palgrave Handbook of Literature and the City. London: Palgrave, 2016, 785-800 pdf

“Narrating Helsinki’s Kalasatama. Narrative Plotting, Genre and Metaphor in Planning New Urban Morphologies.” . ISUF 2015 Proceedings. 2016, 453-459.

“Nuoret visuaalisten aineistojen tuottajina ja kuluttajina – esimerkkinä parkour.” (“Youngsters as producers and consumers of visual materials – case parkour.”) In Böök, Marja Leena et al. (eds.): Visuaaliset menetelmät lapsuuden- ja nuorisotutkimuksessa (Visual methods in children and youth research). Helsinki: Nuorisotutkimusseura, 2015, 149-158. With Sirpa Tani. pdf

“‘It’s six a.m., do you know where you are?’ Framing the Urban Experience in Literary Beginnings.” In Ameel, Lieven; Finch, Jason & Salmela, Markku (eds.): Literature and the Peripheral City. London: Palgrave, 2015, 40-55.

“Peripherality and Literary Urban Studies.” In Ameel, Lieven; Finch, Jason & Salmela, Markku (eds.): Literature and the Peripheral City. London: Palgrave, 2015, 1-21. With Jason Finch and Markku Salmela.

“‘Mitä sinä tässä kävelet?’ Naisiin kohdistettu katse Helsingin julkisissa tiloissa 1900-luvun vaihteen kirjallisuudessa.” (“What Are You Walking Here? The Male Gaze in Helsinki’s Public Space in Literature of the Turn of the Century.” In Rossi, Riikka & Isomaa, Saija (eds.): Kirjallisuuden naiset. Naisten esityksiä 1840-luvulta 2000-luvulle (“Literature’s Women. The Representation of Women from the 1840s to the 21st century”). Helsinki: SKS, 2013, 141–164. PDF

“Parkour: A Way to Create Loose Spaces?” Geografiska Annaler B 94/1, 2012, 17–30. With Sirpa Tani.

“Everyday Aesthetics in Action: Parkour Eyes and the Beauty of Concrete Walls.” Emotion, Space and Society 5/3, 2012, 164–173. With Sirpa Tani.

“Crippled City. Joel Lehtonen’s Krokelby as a Radical Inversion of Finnish National Romantic Landscapes.” In Vuolteenaho, Jani; Ameel, Lieven; Newby, Andrew & Scott, Maggie (eds.): Language, Space and Power: Urban Entanglements. Helsinki: COLLeGIUM, 2012, 159–174. pdf

“Language, Space, Power: Reflections on Linguistic and Spatial Turns in Urban Research.” In Vuolteenaho et al. (eds.): Language, Space and Power: Urban Entanglements. Helsinki: COLLeGIUM, 2012, 1–27. With Jani Vuolteenaho, Andrew Newby, and Maggie Scott. pdf

“On the Threshold. The Brothel and the Literary Salon as Heterotopia in Finnish Urban novels.” In Nünning, Ansgar & Sicks Kai (eds): Turning Points. Concepts and Narratives of Change in Literature and Other Media. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2012, 125–144. PDF

“The Road to Helsinki. The Young Provincial and the Confrontation with the City in Juhani Aho’s Towards Helsinki (1889) and Finnish Literature at the Turn of the 20th Century.” In Lyytikäinen, Pirjo; Klapuri, Tintti and Maijala, Minna (eds.): Genre and Interpretation. Helsinki: Department of Finnish & The Finnish Graduate School of Literary Studies, 2010, 140–155. PDF

“Säröjä kaupunkitilassa: parkour” (”Re-interpreting Urban Public Space: Parkour”).  Alue ja ympäristö (Finnish Journal of Geography) 2007/1. 3–13. With Sirpa Tani.

Other scholarly or scientific publications, non-refereed journals and academic proceedings

Non-refereed journal articles

“Formes futures du monde contemporains ; formes contemporaines du monde futur.” Res Futurae 2023/21. np.

“New directions for narrative approaches to urban planning.” [reflection as part of review forum] Fennia 199/2, 2021, 291-293. pdf

“Environment and Narrative: New Directions in Econarratology.” [review] Poetics Today 43/2, 2022, 415-418.

“Belonging and Narrative: A Theory of the American Novel by Laura Bieger (review).” Studies in the Novel 53/4, 2021, 427-428.

“Toivoa tulevaisuudesta – Kaunokirjalliset tulevaisuusvisiot.” (“Hope for the Future – Future Visions in Literature”) Avain 2020/3, 96-101. With Jussi Konttinen, Heidi Kuusisto, Iida Salonen & Saku-Petteri Urpo.

“Petrokulttuuria purkamassa – Imre Szemanin haastattelu.” (“A Critique of Petroculture – interview with Imre Szeman.”) In niin & näin 20/1, 2020, 7. With Karoliina Lummaa.

“Governing the future: perspectives from literary studies – commentary to Jones.” In Fennia 197/1, 2019, 145–148. OA link

“Narrating Space / Spatializing Narrative: where narrative theory and geography meet.” In Social & Cultural Geography 18/7, 2017, 1062-1064. link

“Darran Anderson: Imaginary Cities.” Literary Geographies 3:1, 2017, 103-105.

“Teema: Joustava kaupunki” [“Theme: Resilient City”]. In Terra 128:4, 2016, 199-202. With Salla Jokela, Silja Laine, Aura Kivilaakso and Tanja Vahtikari. PDF

“New Approaches in the Urban Humanities.” In Urban Humanities. Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu / The Finnish Journal of Urban Studies 2/54, 2016, 4-9. With Anja Kervanto Nevanlinna and Samu Nyström.

”Stadsbeleving en -verbeelding in de negentiende eeuw: nieuwe inzichten uit literaire bronnen.” (“Experiencing and Imaging the City in the Nineteenth Century: New Insights from Literary Sources.”) In Spiegel der Letteren 2, 2015, 218–220.

“Kohti kerronnallista käännettä yhdyskuntasuunnittelussa.” (“Towards a Narrative Turn in Urban Planning.”). In Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu (“The Finnish Journal of Urban Studies) 52/2, 2014, 62-67. OA link

“Keskustelu kirjallisuuden(tutkimuksen) arvosta.” (”On the value of literature (research).” Avain 2, 2013, 68–71. With Teemu Ikonen.

“Kerrassaan suurenmoinen suunnitelma.” (”A Truly Great Plan”) Kritiikin uutiset, 3, 2012, 11–12. OA link

“Kirpeänä kuin kokaiini. Suurkaupungin kokemus Mika Waltarin Suuressa illusionissa.” (”Bitter like Cocaine. The Experience of the Metropolis in Mika Waltari’s The Great Illusion.”) Bibliophilos 3, 2012, 37–41.

“Paul Austerin tilallinen mielikuvitus” (“Paul Auster’s spatial imagination”; review). Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu (Finnish Journal of Urban Studies) 4, 2007, 71–73.

Non-refereed book sections

“Vernacular.” In Havik, Klaske; Pint, Kris; Riesto, Svava; and Steiner, Henriette (eds).Vademecum. 77 Minor Terms for Writing Urban Places. Rotterdam: Naoi10, 2020, 162-163. OA link

“Literary Modernism in Finland.” In Ross, Stephen (ed.): Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. London: Routledge, 2017. link

“Parkour ja kaupunkitilan haltuunotto.” (“Parkour and the appropriation of urban space”) In Harinen, Päivi, Liikanen, Veli, Rannikko, Anni & Torvinen, Pasi (eds.): Liikutukseen asti: Vaihtoehtoliikunta, nuoruus ja erottautumisen mieli. Jyväskylä: Liikunnan ja kansanterveyden edistämissäätiö LIKES, 2015, 58–64. With Sirpa Tani.

“Nawoord.” (“Epilogue.”) In Krohn, Leena: Tainaron. Groningen: Wilde Aardbeien, 2015, 151-160. pdf

“A New Golden Era for Finnish Poetry? Nuoren Voiman Liitto and Nihil Interit as Cultural and Literary Transmitters in the 1990s and 2000s.” In Broomans, Petra and Jiresch, Ester (eds.): The Invasion of Books in Peripheral Literary Fields. Transmitting Preferences and Images in Media, Networks, and Translation. Groningen: Barkhuis, 2011, 91–104.

“Walking the Streets of Helsinki. Traces of the Flâneur in Early Finnish Prose Literature.” In Broomans, Petra and Ronne, Marta: In the Vanguard of Cultural Transfer. Cultural Transmitters and Authors in Peripheral Literary Fields. Groningen: Barkhuis, 2010, 119–134.

“Nawoord” (“Epilogue”). In Paasilinna, Mauri: De Heremiet van Roittorug en meer Finse verhalen (translation in Dutch of selected stories). Groningen: Wilde Aardbeien, 2010, 99-109.

Book reviews

“Vroedvrouw van een nieuwe tijd.” (“Midwife to a Modern Age”; review of the translation of Tommi Kinnunen’s novel Neljäntienristeys). DeMorgen. 22.7.2015.

2009: “Dimitri Verhulst. Flanderin uusin nouseva tähti herättää ristiriitaisia tunteita.” (“Dimitri Verhulst. Flander’s new rising star causes mixed feelings”) Nuori Voima 6/09, 2009, 30–31.

“Een Stad wordt wakker” (“An Awakening City”; review of the translation of Kjell Westö’s novel Där vi en gang gått). Standaard der Letteren 6.2.2009.

Publications for a general public

“Anneke Brassingan runojen kääntämisestä.” Nuori Voima. 6/2019, 74. With Maria Matinmikko.

“Tarinoita Jätkäsaaresta / Berättelser från Busholmen / Telling Tales of Jätkäsaari.” In Berglund. Eeva & Kohtala, Cindy (ed.) Uusi Helsinki? Det nya Helsingfors? Changing Helsinki?. Helsinki: Nemo, 2015, 167-191.

”Nederlands doceren in het buitenland. Helsinki.” In Les 190, 2014, 25. With Rogier Nieuweboer.

”We krijgen het niet beter (en andere lessen van Balzac” (“It’s not getting better (and other lessons from Balzac)”). In De Standaard / Standaard der Letteren 18.7.2014

””Helsingin Roccamatiot” ja muita ”totuuksia” Helsingistä. Kuukauden kaupunkitutkimuskolumni.” Kaupunkitutkimuksen seura 30.5.2014

“Conference Report, Arts of Mediation, Lisbon 17-19.3.2010. Kult_Online 24, 2010. With Kerstin Lundström.

“In the Orbit of the Finnish Literary Landscape. A Century of Nuori Voima.” Scandinavian Newsletter 12, 2008, 47-48.

“Salut, Deleuze! Elektroninen musiikki kapitalismin ja skitsofrenian  varjossa” (“Salut, Deleuze! Electronic Music in the Shadow of Capitalism and                 Schizophrenia”). Nuori Voima 6, 2007, 20-21.

“Tutkimusmatkoja kaupunkiin: Parkour – koko kaupunki leikkikenttänä” (“Expeditions in Urban Space: Parkour – the City as a Playground”). Luova (internet publication). 31.10.2007.

“Horjuvat katseet Flanderin kirjallisuusmaisemassa – Jan Lauwereyns flaamilaisen nykykirjallisuuden edustajana” (“Wavering Gazes in the Flemish Literary Scene – Jan Lauwereyns as an example of Flemish Contemporary Literature”). Nuori Voima 4, 2004, 55-59.

Educational material

Prisma Groot Woordenboek Fins – Nederlands. Prisma 2012. Chief editors Godelieve Laureys & Maritta Moisio. As editor Finnish-Dutch.

Literary Fiction

“Steden na de Vloed.” DW B 2, 2017.

Literary translations

Finnish – Dutch

SUSILUOTO, SAILA 2010: “Al maar zachtjes in de schemerende wereld” [“Yhä hiljalleen hämärtyvässä maailmassa”]. 26.8.2010.

PULKKINEN, RIIKKA 2010: “Baltsdans”, “Dood van de auteur in een minibrand”. TheChronicles, 14-16, 40.

KUNNAS, MAURI 2010: Buffalo Bill en het Wilde Westen. Amsterdam: Ploegsma.

PULKKINEN, RIIKKA 2009: De Grens [Raja]. Amsterdam: Arbeiderspers.

KUNNAS, MAURI 2009: De Zeven Wereldwonderen [Herra Hakkaraisen 7 ihmettä]. Amsterdam: Ploegsma.

KUNNAS, MAURI 2008: Daar komen de Vikingen! [Viikingit tulevat!]. Amsterdam: Ploegsma.

RIMMINEN, MIKKO 2007: Drinkebroersroman [Pussikaljaromaani]. Amsterdam: Arbeiderpers.

SUSILUOTO, SAILA 2005: 5 poems. Revolver 32/1, 84-93.


Dutch – Finnish

BRASSINGA, ANNEKE 2019: 2 poems. In co-operation with Maria Matinmikko. Nuori Voima 6/2019. np.

NASR, RAMSEY 2007: 4 poems. In co-operation with Eino Santanen. Nuori Voima 5/07. 40-42.

LAUWEREYNS, JAN 2004: 2 poems. In co-operation with Eino Santanen. Nuori Voima 4-5/04. 60-61.

2 thoughts on “Publications

  1. Hi – I wondered if you had a .pdf of your chapter; Cities Utopian, Dystopian, and Apocalyptic?

    I teach planning in Australia – and thought this would be great for my students (and me) to read

    kind regards


    Dr Paul Cozens
    Curtin University

  2. Thanks, Paul, for your interest in my article – I’ll send you the chapter, would be interested to hear how your students interacted with it and how receptive they were for perspectives from literary studies. best – Lieven

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