The December 2016 issue of Environment and Planning D: Society and Space is out now.
It includes a commentary by Heather Ford and Mark Graham on ‘linked data’ and digital geographies, followed by articles on topics such as big data, biocapitalism, the politics of surveillance, mobilities and motherhood, cinematic geographies, experiences of encounter and more, by Luke Bergmann, Jim Thatcher, David O’Sullivan and Dillon Mahmoudi, Francisca Grommé, Michal Givoni, Annalisa Colombino and Paolo Giaccaria, Christian von Wissel, Amanda Edwards and Nicholas Gill, Sarah Mills, Kate Boyer and Justin Spinney, and Jeff Malpas and Keith Jacobs.
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