Publications

Journal Articles

  • Hind, S. (2019). Digital Navigation and the Driving-Machine: Supervision, Calculation, Optimization, and Recognition. Mobilities. 0 (0): 1-17. Here
  • Panek, J., Gekker, A., Hind, S., Wendler, J., Perkins, C. and Lammes, S. (2017). Encountering Place: Mapping and Location-Based Games in Interdisciplinary Education. The Cartographic Journal. 0 (0): 1-12. Here
  • Hind, S. (2017). Cartographic Care, or, Caretographies. Living Maps Review. 3: 1-14. Here
  • Hind, S. (2015). Maps, Kettles and Inflatable Cobblestones: The Art of Playful Disruption in the City. Media Fields. 9: n.p.. Here
  • Hind, S. and Lammes, S. (2015). Digital Mapping as Double-Tap: Cartographic Modes, Calculations and Failures. Global Discourse. 6 (1-2): 79-97. Heresee reply by Gavin MacDonald here
  • Hind, S. and Gekker, A. (2014). ‚Outsmarting Traffic, Together‘: Driving as Social Navigation. Exchanges: the Warwick Research Journal. 1 (2): 1-17. Here

Book Chapters

  • Hind, S. (in press). Mobile Mapping. In International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (ed. Kobayashi, A.).
  • Hind S. and Gekker A. (in press). On Autopilot: Towards a Flat Ontology of Vehicular Navigation. In Media’s Mapping Impulse (eds. Lukinbeal, C. and Sharp, L.).
  • Hind, S. (2018). Playing with Politics: Memory, Orientation, and Tactility. In The Playful Citizen: Civic Engagements in a Mediatized Culture (eds. Glas, R., Lammes, S., Lange, M. de., Raessens, J. and de Vries, I.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Here
  • Hind, S. (2016). Territorial Determinism: Police Exercises, Training Spaces and Manoeuvres. In Playful Mapping in the Digital Age (eds. Playful Mapping Collective). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 94-113. Here
  • Gekker, A. and Hind, S. (2016). ‚Outsmarting Traffic, Together‘: Driving as Social Navigation. In Playful Mapping in the Digital Age (eds. Playful Mapping Collective). Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures, 78-93. Here

Books

  • Perkins, C., Lammes, S., Gekker, A., Hind, S., Wilmott, C. and Evans, D. (eds.) (2018). Time for Mapping: Cartographic Temporalities. Manchester: Manchester University Press. Here
  • Playful Mapping Collective (2017). A Manifesto for Playful Methods. Self-published. Here
  • Playful Mapping Collective (2016). Playful Mapping in the Digital Age. Amsterdam: Institute of Network Cultures. Here

Online

  • Hind, S. (2016). Driving the Future. Wealth Press: Work and Time Issue. Here
  • Hind, S. (2015). Election Reaction: A Left Turn for Labour Now is a Fantasy. Novara Wire. Here
  • Hind, S. (2015). ‚Print this Map. Get off the Internet. Take to the Streets‘: 5 of the Left’s Best Mapping Moments. Novara Wire. Here
  • Hind, S. (2014). #FuckUber: 8 Reasons Why Uber is Bad for All of Us. Novara Wire. Here

Reviews

  • Hind, S. (2013). Mobile Interface Theory. Cartographica. 48 (3): 253-254. Here

Press (quoted)

  • Nakashima, R. (2018). Why you can’t always trust your handy map app. Associated Press, September 28. Here
  • O’Brien, M. (2018). Can apps like Waze steer you clear of disaster? Maybe not. Associated Press, September 17. Here

Interviews (conducted)

  • Miyazaki, S. (2017). Algo-rhythmics. CIM: Out of Data, August 7. Here
  • Veel, K. (2017). Uncertain Archives. CIM: Out of Data, July 21. Here
  • Hesselberth, P. (2017). On Disconnection. CIM: Out of Data, February 27. Here
  • Posavec, S. (2017). Warming Data Up. CIM: Out of Data, February 14. Here

Other

  • Hind, S. (2015). Sounds from the Other City: Anechoic Chamber. The Modernist: Experiment Issue. Here
  • Hind, S. (2010). The Misadventures of Tintin: (Post)Colonial Representations and Imaginative Geographies (unpublished UG thesis). Here

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