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Book: New Lines

I am beyond thrilled to learn that New Lines: Critical GIS and the Trouble of the Map  is now in print. This book is my attempt to re-examine the practice of mapmaking, amidst the troubles that the map presents. The abstract and endorsements of the text, now available from University of Minnesota Press , follows. You can also receive 30% off when you order at , using discount code MN81730. Offer expires Jan. 1, 2018. "With rapidly shifting digital technologies, geo-surveillance, everyday cartography, privatized georeferenced data, and neoliberalization,  New Lines  offers a reflexive reassessment of the scholarly praxis of critical GIS, an increasingly anachronistic term. Attentive also to contemporary philosophical debates, Matthew W. Wilson’s lively and ambitious manifesto pushes the reader to re-examine everything they thought they knew about the topic."  Eric Sheppard, UCLA "This elegantly argued book offers a brilliantly original perspect

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