The “Author Meets Critics” discussion held at last year’s AAG on Matt Hannah’s book “Dark Territory in the Information Age” has been posted online by Political Geography. Stephen Legg, Patricia Ehrkamp, myself, Bernd Belina, and Neil Smith offer views on the book, with some responsive remarks by Matt. Thanks to PG for their interest in this and to Steve for organising the panel and seeing it through publication.
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