Monthly Archives: September 2015

New Paper: Information Geographies and Geographies of Information

29 September 2015 0

The latest issue of New Geographies is now out, and contains an exciting collection of papers: My contribution to the issue is titled ‘Information Geographies and Geographies of Information.’ It is an earlier (and abridged) version of a longer paper that I have in Geo (‘Towards a Study of Information Geographies‘). You can download a version of it below,… Read More »

Our Wikipedia Research in the News

27 September 2015 0

Our research into biases in voice and power in Wikipedia has recently been published in the Annals of the Association of American Geographers. What surprised us was the vast amount of media attention this work got. We’ve now counted at least 33 stories in the world’s media that feature the work. Some of the links… Read More »

The geography of academic knowledge

22 September 2015 0

Our team recently had the opportunity of working with some submission data from SAGE journals. Amongst other things, the data tell us where authors of articles come from, and primary discipline of the journal they are submitting to. We therefore decided to map out the geography of submissions for journals in five categories: Communication (n = 22),… Read More »

New publication – Digital Divisions of Labor and Informational Magnetism: Mapping Participation in Wikipedia

7 September 2015 0

I am very happy to announce that a new paper that I have written with Ralph Straumann and Bernie Hogan is now available: Graham, M., Straumann, R., Hogan, B. 2015. Digital Divisions of Labour and Informational Magnetism: Mapping Participation in Wikipedia. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 105(6) 1158-1178. doi:10.1080/00045608.2015.1072791.(pre-publication version here) The paper… Read More »