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New Lines:Critical GIS and the Trouble of the Map

The ubiquity of digital information technologies, the pervasive presence of spatial beyond social media in our everyday life and the spread of the Geospatial Web (Geoweb) and user-generated spatial contents pose new challenges for critical Geographic Information System scholars. As a result, even what is recognised under the label ‘GIS’ needs be renegotiated. In New Lines: Critical GIS and the Trouble of the Map, Matthew W. Wilson addresses these theoretical and conceptual challenges and outlines an updated critical GIS agenda, starting from the radical changes that recently occurred not simply in the GIS and cartographic fields but also, more generally, in our location-aware society.