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Geopolitics and media geography

Jason Dittmer co-edits two new collections

Geopolitics and media geography

July and August saw the launch of two new resources for students and researchers working in the fields of geopolitics and media geography, co-edited by Dr Jason Dittmer:

Geopolitics: An introductory reader, from Routledge, follows on the heels of two successful editions of the Geopolitics Reader (edited by Gerard Toal, Simon Dalby, and Paul Routledge). The new reader, co-edited with Professor Jo Sharp, University of Glasgow, includes a broader array of voices, including more women and people from the Global South. It also includes material illustrating the latest advances in the field.

The Ashgate Research Companion to Media Geography (co-edited with Dr Paul Adams and Dr Jim Craine) is a collection of 23 chapters outlining the state of the field and setting out new agendas. It is presented in sections on specific media, on how media spaces form, and how places emerge from mediation.

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Geopolitics: An introductory reader


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