Matthew W. Wilson
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Parraguez, Ana, Inga Gryl, Ricardo Truffelo, Matthew W. Wilson, eds. Forthcoming. SIG Critico en Chile: Traducciones, Situaciones, e Intervenciones. Santiago: Instituto de Estudios Urbanos y Territoriales. 
Wilson, Matthew W. 2022. Technical Lands and Technical Lines. In Technical Lands: A Critical Primer. Jovis. Jeffrey Nesbit and Charles Waldheim, editors. pp. 64-69. 
Wilson, Matthew W. 2022. GIScience III: questions of time. Progress in Human Geography. 46:6. pp. 1431-1438. 
Wilson, Matthew W. 2022. GIScience II: newness and imminence. Progress in Human Geography. 46:1. pp. 224-233. 
Wilson, Matthew W. 2021. GIScience I: social histories and disciplinary crucibles. Progress in Human Geography. 45:1. pp. 166-177. 
Wilson, Matthew W. 2020. Criticality as interpretation, deception, distortion? LA+ Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture. No. 12. pp. 20-25. 
Guan, Wendy, Matthew W. Wilson, and Anne Knowles. 2019. Evaluating the geographic in GIS. The Geographical Review. 109:3. pp. 297-307 
Barrett, Emily, and Matthew W. Wilson. 2019. Mapshop: Learning to Map, Mapping to Learn. Living Maps Review. No. 6. 
Wilson, Matthew W. 2018. On being technopositional in digital geographies. cultural geographies. 25:1. pp. 7-21. 
Wilson, Matthew W. 2017. New Lines: Critical GIS and the Trouble of the Map. University of Minnesota Press. 
Saindon, Jacob. (Ph.D., Geography). University of Kentucky. In progress (2021-present). (M.A., Geography). The Use of Distraction: Doomscrolling, Losing Time, and Digital Well-Being in Pandemic Space-Times. 14 April. University of Kentucky. (2019-2021).
Swab, John (Ph.D., Geography). University of Kentucky. In progress (2020-present). (M.A., Geography). Risky business: Visualizing and historicizing the role of geographic representation and thinking in American business. 26 June. University of Kentucky (2018-2020).
Spangler, Ian (Ph.D., Geography). University of Kentucky. In progress (2018-present). (M.A., Geography). “One More Way to Sell New Orleans”: Airbnb and the Commodification of Authenticity through Local Emotional Labor. 19 April. University of Kentucky (2017-2018).