Tag: Mapping

Techno-geographies of digital phenotyping in mental health research   by Jessy Williams

Jessy Williams , June 7th, 2022


Can your phone keep you mentally well? Developments in digital phenotyping have brought new attention to forms of behavioural data collection that capitalise on the apparent ubiquity of…


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An Ecology of Knowledges: An Interview with Micha Rahder

colinhoag , March 1st, 2022


An Ecology of Knowledges: Fear, Love, and Technoscience in Guatemalan Forest Conservation By Micha Rahder, Independent Scholar 336pp. Durham, NC: Duke University Press § Colin Hoag spoke…


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“There Are No Straight Lines in Nature” – Making Living Maps in West Papua

Sophie Chao , May 17th, 2017


Droning destruction — aerial view of deforestation in Merauke. Source: Sophie Chao. (Un)settling the Scene Alongside melting glaciers, marine oil spills and sinking islands, large-scale monocrop p…


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Coding Culture III: Four More (Advanced) Hacks for the Digital Anthropology Classroom

Katherine Cook , April 20th, 2017


This is the third post in a multi-part blog series in which Katherine Cook shares her experiences integrating digital anthropology into her teaching. The applications for digital technology in…


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Op de markt in Leiden

standplaatswereld , April 20th, 2016


door Freek Colombijn Met vijf scholieren van het Stedelijk Gymnasium deed ik onlangs een klein onderzoek op de woensdagmarkt van Leiden. Het was bedoeld als een kennismaking met…


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Less public knowledge, more private meaning (lessons for politicians and brands)

Grant , September 2nd, 2015


This is a part of a map of London drawn by Fuller (aka Gareth Wood). Wood says that he created a map to show his relationship with the city over…


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In the Journals – August 2015

David Thompson , August 19th, 2015


Welcome back to In the Journals, a round-up of recent journal publications on security, crime, law enforcement and the state. After a brief hiatus over the summer, we’re…


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