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Big Data and Geography

The current issue of Dialogues in Human Geography contains a special section on Geography and Big Data. The section follows the usual format for this journal, with a featured article followed by a series of responses. In this case the … Continue reading

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A special issue on ‘Making data – big data and beyond’

The literature on ‘big data’ is continuing to grow at a fairly rapid pace. First Monday have just published a special issue on ‘Making data – Big data and beyond‘ edited by Rasmus Helles and Klaus Bruhn Jenson.

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Call for papers for a special issue of Cultural Studies on ‘Everyday Debt and Credit’

CULTURAL STUDIES Special Issue: Everyday Debt and Credit Co-edited by Gregory J. Seigworth (Millersville University) and Joe Deville (Goldsmiths, University of London) Call for Papers How do ordinary matters of credit and debt circulate through the space-times of the everyday … Continue reading

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A special issue on The Rise of Internet Studies

New Media & Society have just published a special issue on The Rise of Internet Studies edited by Charles M Ess and William H Dutton. As well as the editorial introduction the collection also included an analysis if the rise … Continue reading

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The Social Life of Methods…a new special issue of Theory, Culture & Society

Theory, Culture & Society have just published a special issue on ‘The Social Life of Methods’. It has been edited by Evelyn Ruppert, John Law and Mike Savage. The issue covers a range of issues about the role of method … Continue reading

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Genre, Boundary Drawing and the Classificatory Imagination (and a special issue on Field Analysis and Cultural Sociology)

A special issue on Field Analysis in Cultural Sociology has just been published in the journal Cultural Sociology. It’s been edited by Mike Savage and Elizabeth B. Silva. The issue covers a range of topics from art, to music, to … Continue reading

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An interview with Thomas Kemple and Austin Harrington about Simmel

A little while ago I posted about the most recent Theory, Culture & Society annual review. It contained a really substantial special section on the work of Georg Simmel. In this interview on the TCS blog, Thomas Kemple and Austin … Continue reading

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