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!