My posts on the Topograph

From 2012-2015 I maintained a joint research blog with fellow geographer and STS scholar Martin Mahony called the Topograph. As we are now working on very different projects – he has just started a British Academy fellowship project at the University of Nottingham looking at the intersections of 20th century British colonialism and meteorological science – and developing our own profiles as early career scholars we have decided to mothball the Topograph for the time being, but leave the archive intact.

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Below is an archived list of my most popular posts on the Topograph on topics including organisational learning, democracy, evidence-based policy, social media, the Anthropocene, the GM controversy, and experimentation.

Wrapping up the PhD

New paper: ‘Organizations in the making: Learning and intervening at the science policy interface’

A month of thinking and writing about democracy

Social media strategy for early career researchers

‘Society in the Anthropocene’ – Reflections 

New article in Environment & Planning A: ‘A decade of learning about publics, participation and climate change: institutionalising reflexivity?’

The Anthropocene: reflections on a concept, part 2

New commentary published on GM and public controversy

Evidence-based policy and the problem of non-knowledge

‘Evidence-based policy’: a very British debate

Experimenting beyond science

Conversations between Geography and STS

(Re)publics of science: new 3S working paper

Lessons from controversy: organisational learning and GM 

Patience (After Sebald): a geographer’s reflections

 

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