Surveillance Studies Network Book Award: 2017

The Surveillance Studies Network (SSN) invites nominations (including self-nominations) for the annual Surveillance Studies Book Award.

The deadline for nominations: 10th November 2017.

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New: Surveillance Studies Network Arts Fund

SSN is pleased to announce the establishment of a new Surveillance Studies Network Arts Fund, which will include a £2,000 prize for the top entry. The deadline for submissions is October 15th, 2017.

See the  Call for Surveillance Arts Fund (pdf) for background and nomination instructions. Submissions will be made through this form: https://goo.gl/forms/k4HkWhDQRsyFbAVs2

If you have any questions after reading the attached Call for Nominations, please direct them to Jennifer R. Whitson, Associate Editor of Surveillance & Society, at jwhitson@uwaterloo.ca and include the heading “SSN Arts Fund.”

(We would also like to acknowledge Elise Morrison, who is joining us on the adjudication committee.)


Save the date: SSN conference, June 2018

SSN is delighted to announce that the 8th Biennial Surveillance Studies Network / Surveillance & Society Conference will take place June 7-9, 2018 in Aarhus, Denmark.

The Call for Papers and Sessions will be published here in late summer.

 


Surveillance, Democracy and Privacy in Latin America

V International Symposium LAVITS: “Surveillance, Democracy and Privacy in Latin America: Vulnerabilities and Resistance”

Time: 29th to 1st December 2017, at the University of Chile, Santiago

Abstracts can be sent to: lavits2017@datosprotegidos.org by August 20t​ h​, 2017 at 11:59 pm (Santiago/Chile Time Zone: UTC-3h)

Simposio LAVITS 2017

Call for papers


Surveillance and Society – new issue out now!

Volume 15, Number 2: Open Issue

We’re delighted to present another packed issue including articles by:

  • Sun-ha Hong on surveillance critique;
  • Alberto Romele, Francesco Gallino, Camilla Emmenegger and Daniele Gorgone on why panopticism is not enough;
  • Robert Rothmann on video surveillance and the right of access;
  • Selena Nemorin on post-panoptic pedagogies;
  • Deborah Lupton and Mike Michael on public understandings of dataveillance;
  • Hayley Watson, Rachel L. Finn and David Barnard-Wills on surveillance in public opinion surveys;
  • Alana Saulnier on the surveilled subject;
  • Katherine Pendakis on surveillance in post-civil war Greece;
  • Laura Skouvig on surveillance in late absolutistic Denmark; and
  • Lucy E. Thompson on privacy, slut-shaming surveillance… and Vermeer.

Plus our usual book reviews.

Coming soon, in early July, our massive special issue of 35 shorter pieces
from around the world on Surveillance and the Global Turn to Authoritarianism!

S&S Paper Prizes awarded

The SSN board is happy to announce the 2017 Surveillance Studies Network Early Career Researcher award, for best paper published by an Early Career Researcher in Surveillance & Society in 2016 (aka the S&S Paper Prize).

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New issue of S&S: Race, Communities and Informers

Vol 15, No 1 (2017) out now: Race, Communities and Informers

guest-edited by Simone Browne (University of Austin at Texas), Katherine Mckittrick (Queen’s University, Ontario) and Ronak K. Kapadia (University of Illinois at Chicago).

 


Surveillance Studies Network Global Scholar Award

In 2017, the Surveillance Studies Network (SSN) will award up to 2 bursaries of £500 (500 GBP) for attendees of the Surveillance Studies Summer Seminar (SSSS) organised by the Surveillance Studies Centre at Queen’s University, Ontario, Canada, from less developed or developing countries, who are in need of financial assistance.

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cfp. Surveillance and the Global Turn to Authoritarianism

Call for Contributions: Surveillance and the Global Turn to Authoritarianis

A special responsive issue of Surveillance & Society

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cfp. Surveillance Studies Summer Seminar 2017

“Surveillance in the Big Data Era”

15 – 21 June 2017
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario.

Call for Participation

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