Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Living in Surveillance Societies: 'The State of Surveillance'

This is out now. You can get it from your favourite tax dodging bookseller. It's the collected papers from the LiSS-COST conference on the State of Surveillance that was held in Barcelona last year.

I'd somewhat forgotten about it, but there's a paper in here by me. It's called Surveillance and Spitfires, and its about what Surveillance Studies can learn from military history in general. and histories of photographic reconnaissance during the First and Second World Wars in particular.

I haven't got my copy yet, but apparently there's one waiting for me at the Trilateral HQ.

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