Lieven Ameel is senior lecturer in comparative literature at Tampere University, Finland. He holds a PhD in Finnish literature and comparative literature from the University of Helsinki and the Justus Liebig University, Giessen, Germany. He has published widely on literary experiences of space, narrative planning, and urban futures. His books include Helsinki in Early Twentieth-Century Literature (2014), The Narrative Turn in Urban Planning (2020), and the coedited volumes Literature and the Peripheral City (2015), Literary Second Cities (2017), The Materiality of Literary Narratives in Urban History (2019), and Literatures of Urban Possibility (2021).

Monika Fludernik is professor of English literature at the University of Freiburg, Germany. She is also the director of the graduate school Factual and Fictional Narration (GRK 1767). Her major research interests include narratology; linguistic approaches to literature, especially metaphor studies; law and literature; postcolonial studies; and eighteenth-century aesthetics. She is the author of The Fictions of...

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