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Winners of the SSN small grants 2019

The Small Grants Committee of SSN has awarded funding to four scholars in the 2019 cycle. Allen Munoriyarwa:  State surveillance practices in Zimbabwe. Amira Paripurna: This initiative research aims to explore the Public Attitude and Acceptance on Surveillance and Privacy,

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SSN Small Research Grant: Funding Call

We are pleased to announce that in response to feedback from our members we have made available some funding to support scholars working in economically under-resourced regions. Through a “Surveillance Studies Network (SSN) Small Research Grant” we will be able

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Early Career Researcher awards

SSN board is proud to announce the winners of the Early Career Researcher awards for 2015 and 2016. We congratulate the winners!

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New book by Gary Marx: special offer!

Special offer to SSN members The new book by Gary T. Marx has just been released: Windows into the Soul: Surveillance and Society in an Age of High Technology.  Univ. of Chicago Press, 2016. In this landmark book, Marx sums

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Election: Members Representatives on the Network and Editorial Board

Megan Wood, Harrison Smith, Alana Saulnier, Minas Samatas, and Oliver Kayas have been nominated to serve as Members Representatives on the Network and Editorial Board. All eligible members of the Surveillance Studies Network should receive by email an invitation to

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SSN announces mentorship programme

The Surveillance Studies Network is initiating a mentorship program for doctoral students engaged in research topics on surveillance. We are looking for faculty members and Ph.D. students who would be willing to participate. The time commitment would be minimal, but

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