Category Archives: Jeremy Crampton

Geographies of Intelligence

This looks really interesting… Call for Papers, Association of American Geographers 2011, Seattle, USA April 12-16, 2011 Organisers: Jeremy Crampton (Georgia State University) and Trevor Barnes (University of British Columbia).  Session jointly sponsored by the Political Geography Specialty Group and … Continue reading

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New blog – Open Geography

Jeremy Crampton has a new blog – Open Geography, where “open is an adjective and a verb”… He’s already posted a few things on Wikileaks, Foucault and the ‘Ground Zero mosque’.

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Links on Wikileaks, and Political Geography

The Guardian has been running a live update all day about reaction to the Wikileaks, here. Loads of things to follow up there. Peter Gratton has a link to a post on links here. If you want to know the … Continue reading

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Cartographica – new editor required

Cartographica requires a new editor – Jeremy Crampton is coming to the end of his term. CALL FOR EDITOR Cartographica The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization   Applications are invited for the editorship of Cartographica. The University of … Continue reading

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OOO and GIS – request

Jeremy Crampton – my co-editor on the Foucault and Geography book and a couple of other projects – has a request for OOO people on his Foucault blog… I wouldn’t mind getting a perspective on computer/GI Science “ontologies” from some … Continue reading

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Territory and Cartography

The sessions Jeremy Crampton and I organised at the Association of American Geographers in Washington DC have a separate blog here – We plan to post up the powerpoint slides – with some terrific images – of most of … Continue reading

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