Theorising northernness and northern culture: the north of England, northern Englishness, and sympathetic magic

@article{Spracklen2016TheorisingNA,
  title={Theorising northernness and northern culture: the north of England, northern Englishness, and sympathetic magic},
  author={K. Spracklen},
  journal={Journal for Cultural Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={20},
  pages={16 - 4}
}
  • K. Spracklen
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • Journal for Cultural Research
  • Northernness is something that is simultaneously as real as the millstone grit of the Pennines, and as inauthentic as the simulacra Roman texts that gave the hills their name. Drawing on the work of Baudrillard, Anderson and Frazer, this paper offers a strong critique of the “common-sense” idea of northernness expressed in culture by and about the north. The paper begins by attempting to understand this construct historically and from the inside, anthropologically and sociologically. A… CONTINUE READING
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