Publications

Articles

2016 Vulgar Geographies? Popular Cultural Geographies and Technology, Social & Cultural Geography, 17 (6): pp. 797-797 [subscription required | pre-publication version]

2015 Memory programmes: the industrial retention of collective life, Cultural Geographies 22(1): pp. 155-175 [subscription required | pre-publication version]

2014 The matter of virtual geographiesProgress in Human Geography 38(3): pp. 364-384, (published Online Early in 2013) [subscription required | pre-publication version]

2013 Beyond the screen: methods for investigating life ‘online’Geography Compass 7 (8): pp. 540-555 [subscription required | pre-publication version]

2013 ‘Code/space in perspective , Kitchin & Dodge Code/Space: Software and everyday life‘, Dialogues in Human Geography 3 (2): pp. 244-247 [subscription required | earlier draft].

2013 ‘William J. Mitchell Me++: The cyborg self and the networked city‘, book review, Information, Communication and Society, online early [subscription required | pre-publication version].

2012 ‘Futures in the making: practices for for anticipating ubiquitous computing Environment and Planning A 44 (7): pp. 1554-1569 [subscription required | pre-publication version].

2012 ‘Towards Peer-to-Peer Alternatives: An interview with Michel Bauwens‘, Culture Machine 13 [open access].

2012 (Editorial) ‘Paying Attention: Towards a critique of the attention economyCulture Machine 13, with Patrick Crogan [open access].

2011 ‘Anticipating ubiquitous computing: logics to forecast technological futures‘, Geoforum, 42 (2): pp. 231-240 [subscription required | pre-publication version].

2010 ‘Representing ‘things to come’: feeling the visions of future technologies‘, Environment and Planning A, 42 (11): pp. 2771-2790 [subscription required | pre-publication version].

Pearce, N. Weller, M. Scanlon, E. Kinsley, S. 2010 “Digital scholarship considered: How new technologies could transform academic work“, In Education 16 (1) [open access].

2007 ‘Anticipating futures: engineering expectations of ubiquitous computing‘, International Science Grid This Week [online], 21st November 2007.

I currently have several manuscripts in varying states of completion:

  • Spacing Social Media [1st (co-authored) working paper from Contagion – submitted for review]
  • The Algorithmic Imaginary [in draft]
  • The Subject of Technology [in outline]
  • Inventing ‘CoolTown’, investigating past futures [in outline]

and two working papers: ‘Embracing entanglements – Problematising the cosmopolitics of mobile communications technologies’ and ‘The Matter of Heterogeneous Associations’.