Lally, Nick. 2023. “Policing sounds.” Progress in Human Geography. DOWNLOAD (pdf)

Kelly, Meghan, Nick Lally, and Philip Nicholson. 2023. “On art and experimentation as geographical practice.” GeoHumanities. (Open access)

Lally, Nick. 2022. “Mapping police power and the limits of reform.Geoforum 136 (2022): 122–31. DOWNLOAD (pdf)

Lally, Nick. 2022. “What can GIS do?ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies. 21 (4): 337–445. (Open access)

Lally, Nick. 2022. “Sculpting, Cutting, Expanding, and Contracting the Map.” Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization 57 (1): 1–10. [email me for a copy]

Lally, Nick, Kelly Kay, and Jim Thatcher. 2022. “Computational parasites and hydropower: A political ecology of Bitcoin mining on the Columbia River.” Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space 5 (1):18–38. DOWNLOAD (pdf)

Lally, Nick. 2022. “‘It makes almost no difference which algorithm you use”: on the modularity of predictive policingUrban Geography 43 (9): 1437–55. DOWNLOAD (pdf)

Lally, Nick and Luke Bergmann. 2021. “enfolding: An Experimental geographical imagination system (gis).” In A Place More Void, edited by Paul Kingsbury and Anna Secor. University of Nebraska Press. DOWNLOAD (pdf)

Bergmann, Luke and Nick Lally. 2021. “For geographical imagination systems.” Annals of the American Association of Geographers. DOWNLOAD (pdf)

Vincent, Kristen, Robert E Roth, Sarah A Moore, Qunying Huang, Nick Lally, Carl M Sack, Eric Nost, and Heather Rosenfeld. 2019. “Improving Spatial Decision Making Using Interactive Maps: An Empirical Study on Interface Complexity and Decision Complexity in the North American Hazardous Waste Trade.” Environment and Planning B, 18. (Open access)

Lally, Nick. 2017. “Crowdsourced Surveillance and Networked Data.” Security Dialogue 48 (1): 63–77. DOWNLOAD (pdf)

Thatcher, Jim, Luke Bergmann, Britta Ricker, Reuben Rose-Redwood, David O’Sullivan, Trevor J Barnes, Luke R Barnesmoore, Laura Beltz Imaoka, Ryan Burns, Jonathan Cinnamon, Craig Dalton, Clinton Davis, Stuart Dunn, Francis Harvey, Jin-Kyu Jung, Ellen Kersten, LaDona Knigge, Nick Lally, Wen Lin, Dillon Mahmoudi, Michael Martin, Will Payne, Amir Sheikh, Taylor Shelton, Eric Sheppard, Chris W Strother, Alexander Tarr, Matthew W Wilson, and Jason C Young. 2016. “Revisiting Critical GIS.” Environment and Planning A 48 (5): 815–824. DOWNLOAD (pdf)


Lally, Nick. 2023. “Introduction to Book review forum—Data Power: Radical Geographies of Control and Resistance by Jim E. Thatcher and Craig M. Dalton.” Antipode Online. https://antipodeonline.org/2023/01/26/data-power-book-review-forum/

Lally, Nick, Elsa Noterman, and Keith Woodward. 2020. “Madison’s Race to Inequity.” Abolition Geographies Collective. https://abolitiongeographies.space/?p=359

Lally, Nick. “A Snapshot of Corporate Profiling.” Report for Privacy International: London, UK. https://privacyinternational.org/long-read/1721/snapshot-corporate-profiling

Lally, Nick and Ryan Burns. 2017. “Toward a Geographical Software Studies.” Special Section Introduction, Computational Culture: a journal of software studies. http://computationalculture.net/special-section-editorial-geographies-of-software/

Lally, Nick. 2017. Review of Understanding Spatial Media by Rob Kitchin, Tracey P. Lauriault, and Matthew W. Wilson, eds. Environment and Planning: Urban Analytics and City Science.

Lally, Nick. 2017. “Cloud Vision.” Places Journal. Featured Reading List. https://placesjournal.org/reading-list/cloud-vision/

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