Curriculum Vitae

Selected Publications: (See Elwood’s FULL CV here)

2015. Elwood, S. In press. Still deconstructing the map: Microfinance mapping and the visual politics of intimate abstraction. Cartographica.

2015. Elwood, S., Lawson, V., Nowak, S. Negotiating poverty and privilege: Middle class place-making and poverty politics. The Annals of the Association of American Geographers 105(1): 123-143.

2014. Leszczynski, A. & Elwood, S. Feminist geographies of new spatial media. The Canadian Geographer. DOI: 10.1111/cag.12093.

2014. Elwood, S. & Mitchell, K. Another politics is possible: Neogeography, visual spatial tactics and political formation. Cartographica 48(4): 275-292.

2014. Lawson, V. & Elwood, S. Encountering poverty: space, class and poverty politics.  Antipode 46(1): 209-228.

2013. Elwood, S. & Lawson, V. Whose crisis? Spatial imaginaries of class, poverty and vulnerability. Environment & Planning A 45(1): 103-108.

2012. Elwood, S. & Leszczynski, A. New spatial media, new knowledge politics. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 38(4): 544–559.

2012. Elwood, S., Goodchild, M., & Sui, D. Researching volunteered geographic information (VGI): Spatial data, geographic research, and new social practice. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 102(3): 571-590.

2012. Sui, D., Elwood, S., Goodchild, M., Eds. Crowdsourcing Geographic Knowledge: Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) in Theory and Practice. Springer.

2012. Elwood, S. & Mitchell, K. Mapping children’s politics: Spatial stories, dialogic relations and political formation. Geografiska Annaler, Series B 94(1): 1-15.

2012. Mitchell, K. & Elwood, S. From Redlining to Benevolent Societies: The Political Power of Spatial Thinking. Theory and Research in Social Education 40(2): 134-163.

2011. Elwood, S. Geographic Information Science: Visualization, visual methods, and the geoweb. Progress in Human Geography 35(3): 401-408.

2011. Elwood, S. & Leszczynski, A. Privacy reconsidered: New representations, data practices, and the geoweb. Geoforum 42(1): 6-15.

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