Wilson, Matthew W. 2012. Location-based services, conspicuous mobility, and the location-aware future. Geoforum. 43:6. p. 1266-1275.
Wilson, Matthew W. and Mark Graham. Forthcoming, 2013. Situating Neogeography. Environment & Planning A.
Wilson, Matthew W. and Mark Graham. Forthcoming, 2013. Neogeography and volunteered geographic information: A conversation with Michael Goodchild and Andrew Turner. Environment & Planning A.
Bono, J. James, Curtis Hisayasu, Jentery Sayers, Matthew W. Wilson. 2012. Standards in the Making: Composing with Metadata in Mind. In The New Work of Composing. Computers and Composition Digital Press/Utah State University Press. Debra Journet, Cheryl E. Ball, Ryan Trauman, eds. Available at: http://ccdigitalpress.org/nwc/chapters/wilson-et-al/
Elwood, Sarah, Nadine Schuurman, Matthew W. Wilson. 2011. Critical GIS. In The SAGE Handbook of GIS & Society. Sage Publications. Timothy Nyerges, Helen Couclelis, and Robert McMaster, eds.
Wilson, Matthew W., Sarah Elwood. In review. Capturing (mapmaking). In The Progress in Human Geography Handbook. Sage Publications. Roger Lee, ed.
Wilson, Matthew W. Forthcoming, 2012. GIS: a method and practice. In Researching the City. Sage Publications. Kevin Ward, ed.
Wilson, Matthew W., Sarah Starkweather. Forthcoming. Web presence of academic geographers: a generational divide? The Professional Geographer.
Brunn, Stanley D. and Matthew W. Wilson. Forthcoming. Cape Town's Million Plus Black Township of Khayelitsha: Terrae Incognitae and the Geographies and Cartographies of Silence. Habitat International.
Wilson, Matthew W. 2011. Data matter(s): legitimacy, coding, qualifications-of-life. Environment & Planning D: Society & Space. 29:5. p. 857-872.
Wilson, Matthew W. 2011. ‘Training the eye’: formation of the geocoding subject. Social & Cultural Geography. 12:4, June. p. 357-376.
Wilson, Matthew W. 2009. Cyborg geographies: Towards hybrid epistemologies. Gender, Place & Culture. 16:5, October. p. 499-516.
Wilson, Matthew W. 2009. Towards a genealogy of qualitative GIS. In Qualitative GIS. Sage. Sarah Elwood and Meghan Cope, editors. p. 156-170.
Wilson, Matthew W., Barbara Poore. 2009. Repositioning Critical GIS. Cartographica. 44:1. p. 6-7.
Preston, Bryan (M.S., Geography). Urban Gardening South of the Tracks in Middletown USA: An embedded qualitative GIS approach. 26 March. Ball State University (2010-2012).
Hollon, Debra (M.S., Geography). GIS and the Prehistoric Landscape: An Examination of Applicability. 23 March. Ball State University (2010-2011).