PAPERS

 

 

 

 

 

Papers on Surveillance & Security
 

2021 Reckoning with COVID, Racial Violence, and the Perilous Pursuit of Transparency. Surveillance & Society 19 (1): 1-10.

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2020 The Arresting Gaze: Artistic Disruptions of Antiblack Surveillance. International Journal of Cultural Studies 23 (4): 564-581.

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2020 Dis-ease Surveillance: How Might Surveillance Studies Address COVID-19? Surveillance & Society 18 (1): 1-11 (with Martin French).

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2019 Platform Surveillance. Surveillance & Society 17 (1/2): 1-6 (with David Murakami Wood).

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2018 The Image of the Smart City: Surveillance Protocols and Social Inequality. In Handbook of Cultural Security, edited by Y. Watanabe. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar, 210-226.

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2018 Ways of Being Seen: Surveillance Art and the Interpellation of Viewing Subjects. Cultural Studies 32 (4): 560-581.

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2018 Algorithmic Fetishism. Surveillance & Society 16 (1): 1-5.

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2017 Regulating Belonging: Surveillance, Inequality, and the Cultural Production of Abjection. Journal of Cultural Economy 10 (2): 191-206.

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2016 Surveillance and Performance. Surveillance & Society 14 (2): 154-167 (with Rachel Hall and Joshua Reeves).

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2016 Built to Lie: Investigating Technologies of Deception, Surveillance, and Control. The Information Society 32 (4): 229-240.

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2015 Compromised Trust: DHS Fusion Centers' Policing of the Occupy Wall Street Movement. Sociological Research Online 20 (3): 1-14 (with Krista Craven and Priscilla M. Regan).

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2015 Constructing the Suspicious: Data Production, Circulation, and Interpretation by DHS Fusion Centers. Administration & Society 47 (6): 740-762 (with Priscilla M. Regan and Krista Craven).

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2015 Resisting Surveillance Through Art. Communication Currents 10 (3): online.

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2015 The Right to Hide? Anti-surveillance Camouflage and the Aestheticization of Resistance. Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies 12 (2): 159-178.

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2014 Fusion Center Accountability and Intergovernmental Information Sharing. Publius 44 (3): 475-498 (with Priscilla M. Regan).

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2013 Beyond Counterterrorism: Data Sharing, Privacy, and Organizational Histories of DHS Fusion Centers. International Journal of E-Politics 4 (3): 1-14 (with Priscilla M. Regan).

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2013 Crowdsourcing Urban Surveillance: The Development of Homeland Security Markets for Environmental Sensor Networks. Geoforum 49:279-288 (with Jennifer T. Mokos).

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2012 Zones of Opacity: Data Fusion in Post 9/11 Security Organizations. Canadian Journal of Law and Society 27 (3): 301-317 (with Priscilla M. Regan).

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2011 Surveillance Impediments: Recognizing Obduracy with the Deployment of Hospital Information Systems. Surveillance & Society 9 (1/2): 1-16 (with Jill A. Fisher).

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2011 The Future of Security? Surveillance Operations at Homeland Security Fusion Centers. Social Justice 37 (2-3): 84-98.

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2011 Surveillance as Cultural Practice. The Sociological Quarterly 52 (4): 495-508.

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2011 Surveillance and Violence from Afar: The Politics of Drones and Liminal Security-Scapes. Theoretical Criminology 15 (3): 239-254 (with Tyler Wall).

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2011 The "Biosecuritization" of Healthcare Delivery: Examples of Post-9/11 Technological Imperatives. Social Science & Medicine 72 (4): 545-552 (with Jill A. Fisher).

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2010 Surveillance and Empowerment. Surveillance & Society 8 (2): 106-112 (with David J. Phillips & David Murakami Wood).

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2010 Surveillance as Governance: Social Inequality and the Pursuit of Democratic Surveillance. In Surveillance and Democracy, edited by K.D. Haggerty and M. Samatas. New York: Routledge, 91-110.

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2009 The Emerging Politics of DHS Fusion Centers. Security Dialogue 40 (6): 617-636 (with Neal A. Palmer).

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2009 The Murky World of 'Fusion Centres'. Criminal Justice Matters 75 (1): 20-21.

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2009 Monahan, T. Dreams of Control at a Distance: Gender, Surveillance, and Social Control. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies 9 (2): 286-305.

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2008 Surveillance and Inequality. Surveillance & Society 5 (3): 217-226.

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2008 Tracking the Social Dimensions of RFID Systems in Hospitals. International Journal of Medical Informatics 77 (3): 176-183 (with Jill A. Fisher).

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2007 "War Rooms" of the Street: Surveillance Practices in Transportation Control Centers. The Communication Review 10 (4): 367-389.

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2007 Somatic Surveillance: Corporeal Control through Information Networks. Surveillance & Society 4 (3): 154-173 (with Tyler Wall).

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2006 Counter-surveillance as Political Intervention? Social Semiotics 16 (4): 515-534.

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2006 Electronic Fortification in Phoenix: Surveillance Technologies and Social Regulation in Residential Communities. Urban Affairs Review 42 (2): 169-192.

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2006 Securing the Homeland: Torture, Preparedness, and the Right to Let Die. Social Justice 33 (1): 95-105.

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2006 The New American School: Preparation for Post-Industrial Discipline. British Journal of Sociology of Education 27 (5): 617-631 (with Aaron Kupchik).

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