By Doug Specht (Translation by Shay Weinblum)
Published by: davar1
Date: 11th September 2018
Translation of ‘Nicaragua Crisis: how democracy dies in the era of fake news‘ originally published by The Conversation, in English, on 23rd August 2018.
By Doug Specht
Published by: The Conversation
Date: 23 August 2018
For decades, Central America was mostly sidelined as far as global news was concerned. That all looked set to change with the advent of digital media, which initially promised to put previously marginalised voices on the world stage. But instead, the age of social media and fake news might have ushered in something much worse than obscurity
By Julio Gimenez, Guy Waddell and Doug Specht
Published by: Times Higher Education
Date: February 2017
In a post-truth era, five academics consider strategies in The Times Higher Education, from inviting laypeople into the laboratory to open vivas, to improve trust in experts.
By Steven Booth
Published by: GIS Professional
Date: December, 2016
Stephen Booth, editor in chief of GIS Professional, has written, in their December issue, about seeing Doug Specht present on his work examining the relationship between post-impressionist art and cartography.
By Sara Alzetta
Published by: ERODOTO108 (Italy)
Date: Autumn 2016
An interview about multiculturalism in the UK after the Brexit vote.
By Jon Eilenberg
Published by: Humanitarian News Research Network
Date: September 2016
An interview with HNRN on how aid organisations can improve their communication with the people they’re trying to help. And how local communities share and use knowledges in societies where activism can mean persecution or even death.
By Anastasia Denisova
Published by: Geo Magazine, Russia.
Date: August 2016
A profile for Geo Magazine, Russia, as their Geographer of the Month. The interview, in Russian, discusses teaching, geography and how these have come together to produce new learning methods for activist movements.
By UKCC National Report to ICA.
Published by: The Cartographic Journal
Date: August, 2015
A profile of Voz human rights mapping platform developed by Doug and Todd Specht.
By Jen Wilton
Published by: New Internationalist
Date: June 2015
An article outlining the work of Voz in mapping human rights and environmental abuses around the globe.