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Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 1 Aerial surveillance image shown during Colin Powell’s presentation to the UN Security Council, February 5, 2003. Image courtesy GlobalSecurity.org Figure 1. Aerial surveillance image shown during Colin Powell’s presentation to the UN Security Council, February 5, 2003. Image courtesy More
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Public Culture (1 September 2014) 26 (3 (74)): 469–500.
Published: 01 September 2014
...Figure 1 Aerial surveillance image shown during Colin Powell’s presentation to the UN Security Council, February 5, 2003. Image courtesy GlobalSecurity.org Figure 1. Aerial surveillance image shown during Colin Powell’s presentation to the UN Security Council, February 5, 2003. Image courtesy...
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Public Culture (1 May 2014) 26 (2 (73)): 257–280.
Published: 01 May 2014
... Antarctica, the essay examines satellite vision produced by the Cold War systems of surveillance, particularly as inscribed by New Zealand author James George. The conclusion of the essay turns to ways these technologies are constitutive of visions of the global in the Anthropocene. 2014 George’s...
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Public Culture (1 January 2017) 29 (1 (81)): 27–51.
Published: 01 January 2017
...Rogier van Reekum; Willem Schinkel Migration cannot be readily seen. Yet the study of contemporary migration control and border management, particularly with respect to Europe, abounds in the use of ocular terminology, such as surveillance and monitoring . We approach these issues by asking how the...
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Public Culture (1 May 2017) 29 (2 (82)): 385–414.
Published: 01 May 2017
... shrinking and control over its use has tightened considerably through zero-tolerance policing, growing surveillance, privatization, and gentrification. It argues that significant developments in digital media (e.g., the spread of mobile devices, photo sharing, blogging, and social networking sites) have...
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Public Culture (1 September 2018) 30 (3): 413–439.
Published: 01 September 2018
... of financial and other value from life itself. Visiting the US-Mexico and Euro-African borders in turn, it considers biotechnologies for surveillance and detection; detention and “warehousing”; and risk strategies for deterring migration, in each case delving into the political economy of human...
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Public Culture (1 September 2017) 29 (3 (83)): 493–514.
Published: 01 September 2017
... Christianity drugs Guatemala surveillance Carlos had pissed himself. That much was clear, but the pastor pushed the point, dragging his thumb and index finger across the surface of his smart phone until the image rubber-banded, bouncing back to fit the device’s zoom limit. A pair of soiled trousers...
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Public Culture (1 May 2015) 27 (2 (76)): 213–219.
Published: 01 May 2015
... problems than it is about discovering better — and more relevant — research questions. 2015 big data public health disease surveillance In the fall of 2009, in the midst of the first global flu pandemic of this century, I was doing ethnographic fieldwork in the US Centers for Disease Control...
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Published: 01 January 2017
Figure 5 Sketches illustrating Oscar Newman’s concept of defensible space. Left: “territorial definition reinforced with surveillance opportunities.” Right: “defensible space hierarchy in multi-level dwelling.” From Newman 1972 : 9, 10 Figure 5. Sketches illustrating Oscar Newman’s concept of More
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Public Culture (1 September 2014) 26 (3 (74)): 367–368.
Published: 01 September 2014
... defacement by right-wing vandals — rarely seen outside Russia. Varieties of violence committed in the name not of orthodoxy but of progress and expertise are at the heart of the second set of research essays, which opens with Andrew Herscher’s “Surveillant Witnessing.” Herscher suggests that human rights...
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Public Culture (1 January 2016) 28 (1 (78)): 3–8.
Published: 01 January 2016
... skepticism about police) appears especially discordant these days. Un-American. Even if you aren’t being seen (in real time or after the fact via surveillance cameras), there are concerns fueled by Edward Snowden about the National Security Agency accessing phone records that provide an equally powerful...
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Public Culture (1 September 2018) 30 (3): 351–352.
Published: 01 September 2018
... us away from human rights and toward the biopolitics of borders. Andersson is interested in how migration controls have helped facilitate profiteering from refugees and predation upon migrants. He shows how border surveillance incentivizes the detention of migrant bodies, particularly for profit...
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Public Culture (1 September 2012) 24 (3 68): 457–464.
Published: 01 September 2012
... could stave off disaster. The response has been the gradual assembly of a set of mechanisms for monitoring the disease, pre- venting its spread among animals, and preparing for the worst case. Surveillance systems track viral mutations...
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Public Culture (1 September 1994) 6 (3): 547–575.
Published: 01 September 1994
... emergence of “rational-criticalspeech” and what one might call a Foucauld- ian reading of publicity as a mode of distrustful surveillance. Our reading of Bentham’s chapter supports a Foucauldian reading. Next, we examine Bentham’s views on...
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Public Culture (1 January 1997) 10 (1): 24–60.
Published: 01 January 1997
... surveillance by the state; this includes video cameras mounted on street corners, covert photography conducted from behind special slits cut into delivery vans and from the roofs of high-rise build- ings, and helicopter overflights of political demonstrations and funerals. The visual appearance and dress of...
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Public Culture (1 May 2015) 27 (2 (76)): 197–199.
Published: 01 May 2015
... Talal Asad talks with Irfan Ahmad about his work to problematize a “seamless web” view of history’s unfolding. A number of essays in this issue of Public Culture address this topic, directly or indirectly. We begin with two Forum essays about the rise of “big data” and sensor-based surveillance...
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Public Culture (1 May 2003) 15 (2): 287–294.
Published: 01 May 2003
... 3 3 The FBI Files 4, 27 ⁄4 ϫ 30 ⁄4 in., 2001. Mixed media on paper Figure 2 Surveillance, 84 ϫ 126 in., 2000. Acrylic on canvas Figure 3...
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Public Culture (1 March 2013) 25 (2 70): 209–221.
Published: 01 March 2013
...- ies, no matter how dense and urban they may look; these threats include extreme forms of inequality and privatization, new types of urban violence, asymmetric war, and massive surveillance systems. But to see this takes time listening...
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Public Culture (1 January 2018) 30 (1): 143–171.
Published: 01 January 2018
... neoliberal era have led to widespread “lateral surveillance,” a process that involves people surveilling one another through various new technologies ( Andrejevic 2007) . While the “See Something, Say Something” campaign is a marker of insecurity and state-initiated lateral surveillance ( Chan 2008; Reeves...
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Public Culture (1 May 2014) 26 (2 (73)): 205–211.
Published: 01 May 2014
... of military forms of surveillance that have expanded since the Sputnik era. Visualizations of the planet ( Earthrise , The Blue Marble , and others), despite their association with the development of a “global consciousness” and a concern for “the fragility of the planet,” are also formative, she...