Visions of Accountability | James Walker

Visions of Accountability: how a traumatized 14 year old learned to search for the Groatian moment, and how technology is allowing us all to get a seat at that table.

James Walker is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Geography at UCLA, specializing in Political Geography, with an emphasis on Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems. His research revolves around issues of governance, the geopolitics of humanitarian intervention, and the application of emerging technology in the context of international human rights work. He holds a B.A. in Global Studies and an M.A. in Geography from UCLA, and writes a semi-serious blog about the insanity of globalized geopolitcs called “GeoPolichinelle.”

GIS Day 2016