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From an ‘infrastructural turn’ to the platform logics of logistics
Michael Keith and Andreza Aruska de Souza Santos

centuries and especially since the end of the Second World War, seen a definite ecological overshoot on the part of humanity’ (Chakrabarty, 2017 : 29). In part, the latter perspective leads in a direction similar to Stengers because it also became clear who set the terms of the discourse. It was the scientists of nations that played a historical role in precipitating the problem of global warming through their emission of polluting greenhouse gases – for example, the United States, the United Kingdom

in African cities and collaborative futures
The case for practice theory
Matthew Hanchard

shifting temporalities in everyday life. The contours of cartographic theory sketched out In this section, cartographic theory is laid out in brief to provide a context against which to situate the value of a practice theory of digital maps. Full histories of cartographic theory have been written elsewhere, with Perkins (2003), Edney (2005) and Crampton (2010) each providing excellent overviews. In summary, cartography has existed for millennia, and in various forms. However, cartographic theory emerged only immediately prior to the Second World War, largely through the

in Time for mapping