This map, which has been created by Donna Alexander (Researcher and Assistant Lecturer at University College Cork), is intended both as a geographical counterpart to the historical timeline of Lawrence’s London on the conference website, and as a practical resource for the attenders of the conference.
Accordingly, in the map’s left-hand bar appear two categories of location:
DH LAWRENCE IN LONDON: 1908-1926
3-8 JULY 2017: LONDON CALLING: LAWRENCE AND THE METROPOLIS
Either of these categories may be ticked or unticked, in order to make the relevant locations appear on or disappear from the map.
The historical locations are indicated as of different kinds, according to this key:
When any icon on the map is clicked, information about the location’s connection to Lawrence appears in the left hand bar.
All quotations from Lawrence, as on the Timeline, are taken from the Cambridge University Press Edition of the Letters and Works of D.H. Lawrence, General Editors James T. Boulton, M. H. Black, Paul Poplawski and John Worthen, ongoing since 1979.
Note that the ‘Star’ icon (third from the top in the above key) indicates a conference location. Information about the session/s held at that location may be found by clicking on each one.
This map is open to be edited by anyone, so if any conference delegate would like to add any further Lawrence-connected venues, which this map has not included, they should feel free to do so.
Catherine Brown, Executive Director of London Calling
Click HERE for the Map.