Information is the raw material for much of the work that goes on in the contemporary global economy, and there are few people and places that remain entirely disconnected from international and global economic processes. As such, it is important to understand who produces and reproduces, who has access, and who and where are represented by information in our contemporary knowledge economy.
Our forthcoming atlas of information aims to centrally address those issues.
This book will be an empirically and visually driven atlas drawing on work being conducted as part of the Oxford Internet Institute’s ‘Geographies of Knowledge’ project. The atlas will contain 30-60 maps and graphics of up-to-date and historical geographies of information.
We aim to release the atlas as both a printed book and an ebook. Please watch this space for more information about our progress on the publication and information about how to order and access it.
Please watch this space for more information about our progress on the publication and information about how to order and access it. In the meantime, you can order some of our work as posters here.
Graham, M., Hale, S. A. and Stephens, M. (2011) Geographies of the World’s Knowledge. London, Convoco! Edition.