2022

Environmental Movements and Digital Media

Environmental Movements and Digital Media

Kavada, Anastasia; Specht, DougBook Chapter

In: Grasso, Maria; Giugni, Marco (Ed.): Chapter 35, Routledge, The Routledge Handbook of Environmental Movements, 2022, ISBN: 9780367855680.

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2021

The self(ie) in the Anthropocene

The self(ie) in the Anthropocene

Specht, Doug; Snyder, CatBook Chapter

In: Harper, Earl T.; Specht, Doug (Ed.): Chapter 9, Routledge, Imagining Apocalyptic Politics in the Anthropocene, 2021, ISBN: 9781003128854.

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Cézanne the Cartographer

Cézanne the Cartographer

Specht, DougBook Chapter

In: Badenoch, Kirsty; Skandarajah, Sayan (Ed.): Chapter 4, pp. 90-94, Cartographies of the Imagination, 2021.

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2020

‘The Cartographic Gaze’; ‘Contested Coordinates’; ‘The Problem of Map Representations’

‘The Cartographic Gaze’; ‘Contested Coordinates’; ‘The Problem of Map Representations’

Specht, DougBook Chapter

In: Feigenbaum, Anna; Alamalhodaei, Aria (Ed.): Routledge, The Data Storytelling Workbook, 2020, ISBN: 9781138052116.

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2018

From the Cartographic Gaze to Contestatory Cartographies

From the Cartographic Gaze to Contestatory Cartographies

Specht, Doug; Feigenbaum, AnnaBook Chapter

In: David Chandler Pol Bargués-Pedreny, Elena Simon (Ed.): Routledge, Mapping and Politics in the Digital Age, 2018, ISBN: 9781351124485.

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2017

 Neogeography, development and human rights in Latin America

Neogeography, development and human rights in Latin America

Specht, DougBook ChapterOpen Access

In: Raftopoulos, Malayna; Powęska, Radosław (Ed.): Chapter 5, University of London Press, Natural Resource Development and Human Rights in Latin America, 2017, ISBN: 978-1-912250-01-1.

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About
Doug Specht is a Chartered Geographer (CGeog. FRGS), a Senior Lecturer (SFHEA) and the Director of Teaching and Learning in the School of Media and Communication at the University of Westminster.

His research examines how knowledge is constructed and codified through digital and cartographic artefacts, focusing on development issues in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa, where he has carried out extensive fieldwork. He also writes and researches on pedagogy, and is author of the Media and Communications Student Study Guide.

He speaks and writes on topics of data ethics, development, education and mapping practices at conferences and invited lectures around the world. He is a member of the editorial board at Westminster Papers in Communication and Culture, and the journal Anthropocenes – Human, Inhuman, Posthuman. He is also Chair of the Environmental Network for Central America.