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Dr James Ash
Dr Rachel Gordon
Geographies of the event? Rethinking time and power through digital interfaces2022
Dr James Ash
Dr Rachel Gordon
Affective Life and Cultural Economy: Payday Loans and the Everyday Space‐Times of Credit‐Debt in the UK2020
Dr James Ash
Flat ontology and geography2020
Dr James Ash
Form and the Politics of World2020
Dr James Ash
Architecture and its Co-existing Atmospheres2019
Dr James Ash
Indebted life and money culture: payday lending in the United Kingdom2019
Dr James Ash
Postphenomenology and method: styles for thinking the (non)human2019
Dr James Ash
Post-phenomenology and space: a geography of comprehension, form and power2019
Dr James Ash
Seeking Follows2019
Dr James Ash
Digital Geographies2018
Dr James Ash
Dr Rachel Gordon
Dr Philip Langley
Digital Interface Design and Power: Friction, Threshold, Transition2018
Dr James Ash
Digital Turn, Digital Geographies?2018
Dr James Ash
Smart cities and the digital geographies of technical memory2018
Dr James Ash
Dr Rachel Gordon
Unit, vibration, tone: a post-phenomenological method for researching digital interfaces2018
Dr James Ash
Phase Media: Space, Time and the Politics of Smart Objects2017
Dr James Ash
Visceral methodologies, bodily style and the non-human2017
Dr James Ash
Theorizing studio space: Spheres and atmospheres in a video game design studio2016
Dr James Ash
Atmospheric Methods2015
Dr James Ash
Becoming Attuned: Objects, Affects and Embodied Methodology2015
Dr James Ash
Interview with Pasi Valiaho on Video Games and Rhythm2015
Dr James Ash
Sensation, Affect and the GIF: towards an allotropic account of networks2015
Dr James Ash
Technology and affect: Towards a theory of inorganically organised objects2015
Dr James Ash
The Interface Envelope: Gaming, Technology, Power2015
Dr James Ash
Computer games and the social imaginary by Graeme Kirkpatrick [Book review]2014
Dr James Ash
Geography and Post-phenomenology2014
Dr James Ash
New Media and Participatory Cultures2013
Dr James Ash
Rethinking affective atmospheres: Technology, perturbation and space times of the non-human2013
Dr James Ash
Technologies of Captivation: videogames and the attunement of affect2013
Dr James Ash
Videogames2013
Dr James Ash
Attention, videogames and the retentional economies of affective amplification2012
Dr James Ash
Between War and Play, Gameplay Mode: War, Simulation, and Technoculture by Patrick Crogan Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 20112012
Dr James Ash
Technology, technicity, and emerging practices of temporal sensitivity in videogames2012
Dr James Ash
Cultural Geography and Videogames2011
Dr James Ash
Architectures of affect: anticipating and manipulating the event in processes of videogame design and testing2010