Tag Archives: Reviews

Revisiting the classics: William Mitchell’s Me++

The third review of William Mitchell’s Me++ has now been published on the online first section at Information, Communication & Society. It’s a really lively review by Sam Kinsley. This is a new section I’ve developed that provides reviews of … Continue reading


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Reviews of Media Archaeology

It has been quite a few months now since I took over the role of reviews editor for the journal Information, Communication & Society. And over the last couple of months I’ve seen some of the reviews I’ve commissioned beginning … Continue reading

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The review section and a new issue of Information, Communication & Society on the tensions of participation and collaboration

A new special issue of Information, Communication & Society is out. It’s on the topic of the tensions of collaboration and participation in media. I’ve mentioned on here before that I’ve taken over as review editor at ICS. I’ve been … Continue reading

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Reviews of Stephen Graham’s Cities Under Siege

The Society & Space blog have published three reviews of Stephen Graham’s outstanding book Cities Under Siege. Steve has produced some brilliant work on urban infrastructures relating to military developments, but also including technological infrastructures, services, utilities and where infrastructures … Continue reading

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Editing the review section at Information, Communication & Society

I’ve recently joined the editorial board at one of my favourite journals Information, Communication & Society. I’m also really pleased to be taking over as review editor. I’m just commissioning some reviews at the moment but I’m open to offers … Continue reading

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