Critical Geographical Information System Studies

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Directory of Researchers

Source: http://www.nicklally.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Revisiting-Critical-GIS.pdf; maintained by Nick Lally

  • Jim Thatcher, University of Washington -Tacoma, Division of Urban StudiesLuke Bergmann, University of Washington, Department of Geography
  • Britta Ricker, University of Washington -Tacoma, Division of Urban Studies
  • Reuben Rose-Redwood(Landscapes of Injustice Research Collective), University of Victoria, Department of Geography
  • David O’Sullivan, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Geography
  • Trevor J Barnes, University of British Columbia, Department of Geography
  • Luke R. Barnesmoore, University of British Columbia, Department of Geography
  • Laura Beltz Imaoka, University of California, Irvine, Program in Visual Studies
  • Ryan Burns, University of Washington, Department of Geography
  • Jonathan Cinnamon, University of Exeter, Department of Geography
  • Craig M. Dalton, Hofstra University, Department of Global Studies and Geography
  • Clinton Davis, Temple University, Department of Geography and Urban Studies
  • Stuart Dunn, King’s College London, Department of Digital Humanities
  • Francis Harvey, Leibniz Institute for Regional Geography and University of Leipzig
  • Jin-Kyu Jung, University of Washington-Bothell, School of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences
  • Ellen Kersten, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management
  • LaDona Knigge, California State University Chico, Department of Geography & Planning
  • Nick Lally, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Department of Geography
  • Wen Lin, Newcastle University, School of Geography, Politics and Sociology
  • Dillon Mahmoudi, Portland State University, Urban Studies and Planning
  • Michael Martin, Simon Fraser University, Department of Geography
  • Will Payne, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Geography
  • Amir Sheikh, University of Washington, Department of Urban Design and Planning
  • Taylor Shelton, Clark University, Graduate School of GeographyEric Sheppard, UCLA, Department of Geography
  • Chris W. Strother, University of Georgia, Department of Geography
  • Alexander Tarr, University of California, Berkeley, Department of Geography
  • Matthew W. Wilson, University of Kentucky, Department of Geography
  • Jason C Young, University of Washington, Department of Geography


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An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 4(1): 11-33.

  • Curry, Michael R. 1998. Digital Places: Living with Geographic Information Technologies. London:

Routledge.

  • Harvey, Francis, Mei-Po Kwan, and Marianna Pavlovskaya. 2005. ”Introduction: Critical GIS.”

Cartographica 40(4): 1-3.

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