Session 3: Reformulating development geography changing communities

This event took place on 24th March 2015 at 10:30am (10:30 GMT)
Berrill Lecture Theatre, The Open University, Walton Hall Campus, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom

14:00 Session 3: Reformulating development geography – changing communities:

How are spatial justice and social justice being reformulated through the digital? Does the digital offer new opportunities for addressing global inequalities?

Chair: Prof. Giles Mohan

14:00 Concept note: Prof. Mark Graham, Senior Research Fellow and Associate Professor, Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford

Code, Content, and Control: Global Geographies of Digital Participation and Representation

14:15 Interventions

Prof. Sarah Elwood, Professor of Geography, Centre for Studies in Demography and Ecology, University of Washington Seattle

Working the Cracks: Poverty Politics and the Digital

Valentina Carraro, Cartography and GIS assistant, Grassroots Jerusalem

Grassroots Mapping: Experiences from Occupied Jerusalem

14:35 Questions

Mark Graham Concept Note DM7 OU 2015.pptx

Sarah Elwood DM7 OU 2015.pptx

Valentina Carraro DM7 OU 2015.pptx

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