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Times Literary Supplement feature on Public Domain Review: “a labyrinth to get lost in”

The Public Domain Review, which I co-founded with Adam Green ten years ago this year, has been featured in a review by the Times Literary Supplement: “Broken knowledge: A beautiful website that serves as ‘a labyrinth to get lost in’”. Here are some excerpts from the piece: You will not find in the journal orthodox […]

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“Critical Zones” featured in New York Times “Best Art Books of 2020”

Critical Zones: The Science and Politics of Landing on Earth edited by Bruno Latour and Peter Weibel on MIT Press (to which I contributed a chapter on the “Datafication of Forests”) has been featured on the New York Times’s list of “Best Art Books of 2020”. ✨ 📖 🌱 ‘CRITICAL ZONES: THE SCIENCE AND POLITICS […]

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The Snowden leaks are about much more than state surveillance

My review of The Guardian journalist Luke Harding’s new book The Snowden Files in OpenDemocracy argues that the Snowden leaks are about much more than state surveillance.

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