James Ash
James Ash
Reader in Technology, Space and Society, Newcastle University
Verified email at newcastle.ac.uk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Digital turn, digital geographies?
J Ash, R Kitchin, A Leszczynski
Progress in Human Geography 42 (1), 25-43, 2018
Geography and post-phenomenology
J Ash, P Simpson
Progress in Human Geography 40 (1), 48-66, 2016
Rethinking affective atmospheres: Technology, perturbation and space times of the non-human
J Ash
Geoforum 49, 20-28, 2013
The interface envelope: Gaming, technology, power
J Ash
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2015
Attention, videogames and the retentional economies of affective amplification
J Ash
Theory, Culture & Society 29 (6), 3-26, 2012
Technologies of captivation: Videogames and the attunement of affect
J Ash
Body & Society 19 (1), 27-51, 2013
Architectures of affect: anticipating and manipulating the event in processes of videogame design and testing
J Ash
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 28, 653-671, 2010
Atmospheric methods
B Anderson, J Ash
Non-representational methodologies, 44-61, 2015
Emerging spatialities of the screen: video games and the reconfiguration of spatial awareness
J Ash
Environment and Planning A 41 (9), 2105-2124, 2009
Technology and affect: Towards a theory of inorganically organised objects
J Ash
Emotion, Space and Society 14, 84-90, 2015
Cultural geography and videogames
J Ash, LA Gallacher
Geography Compass 5 (6), 351-368, 2011
Teleplastic technologies: charting practices of orientation and navigation in videogaming
J Ash
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 35 (3), 414-430, 2010
Technology, technicity, and emerging practices of temporal sensitivity in videogames
J Ash
Environment and Planning A 44 (1), 187-204, 2012
Sensation, networks, and the GIF: Toward an allotropic account of affect
J Ash
Networked affect, 119-133, 2015
Phase Media: Space, Time and the Politics of Smart Objects
J Ash
Bloomsbury Publishing USA, 2018
Unit, vibration, tone: A post-phenomenological method for researching digital interfaces
J Ash, B Anderson, R Gordon, P Langley
cultural geographies 25 (1), 165-181, 2018
Becoming Attuned: objects, affects and embodied methodology
J Ash, L Gallacher
Methodologies of Embodiment: Inscribing Bodies in Qualitative Research, 149, 2015
Digital geographies
J Ash, R Kitchin, A Leszczynski
SAGE Publications Limited, 2018
Better than text? Critical reflections on the practices of visceral methodologies in human geography
AE Sexton, A Hayes-Conroy, EL Sweet, M Miele, J Ash
Geoforum 82, 200-201, 2017
Digital interface design and power: Friction, threshold, transition
J Ash, B Anderson, R Gordon, P Langley
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 36 (6), 1136-1153, 2018
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