Burnley: for the noumuns
BURNLEY: for the noumuns, excavates the history of Burnley—a deindustrialised town in Lancashire in the North West of England. As a poetic rendering of autoethnography with ecopoetic leanings, the collection attempts to situate Burnley's present moment in relation to the town's geologic and anthropologic past. The North of England has been described by Neal Alexander as a hypercomplex "social space," "a meeting place" where "borders are porous and shifting." BURNLEY: for the noumuns interrogates the history of the town's hypercomplex cultural experience and asks how heterogenous cultures of ...
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