Digital Representations of Place: Urban Overlays and Digital Justice

Summary of the session on Digital Representation of Place at the RGS-IBG conference in Cardiff. The session aim was to address the following challenge: "Over the last few decades, our cities have become increasingly digital. Urban environments are layered with data and algorithms that fundamentally shape our geographic interactions: impacting how we perceive, move through, … Continue reading Digital Representations of Place: Urban Overlays and Digital Justice

Justice and the Digital symposium notes

The Digital Geographies Research Group of the RGS-IBG held the annual symposium at the University of Sheffield, under the theme “Justice and the Digital”. These are partial notes from the day The symposium opening session focus on the important question "What's Justice got to do with it?" Jeremy Crampton covered three issues - practices of surveillance in the context … Continue reading Justice and the Digital symposium notes

‘Nobody wants to do council estates’ – digital divide, spatial justice and outliers – AAG 2012

At the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, I presented during the session 'Information Geographies: Online Power, Representation and Voice', which was organised by Mark Graham (Oxford Internet Institute) and Matthew Zook (University of Kentucky). For an early morning session on a Saturday, the session was well attended - and the papers … Continue reading ‘Nobody wants to do council estates’ – digital divide, spatial justice and outliers – AAG 2012