S&S new issue: Surveillance Texts & Textualism

Surveillance & Society –  the international journal of surveillance studies

Vol 11, No 3 (2013): Surveillance Texts & Textualism: Truthtelling and Trustmaking in an Uncertain World

A theme issue from The University of Sydney’s Surveillance and Everyday Life Research Group

The Guest Editorial Committee

  • Gavin Smith, Department of Sociology, The Australian National University
  • Peter Marks, Department of English, The University of Sydney
  • Harriet Westcott, Department of Sociology and Social Policy, The University of Sydney
  • Mehera San Roque, School of Law, The University of New South Wales
  • Stephen Robertson, Department of History, The University of Sydney

Table of Contents

Editorial

Surveillance Texts and Textualism: Truthtelling and Trustmaking in an Uncertain World Gavin J.D. Smith, Mehera San Roque, Harriet Westcott, Peter Marks 215-221

Articles

  • Monitoring the Unvisible: Seeing and Unseeing in China Mievelle’s The City & The City Peter Marks 222-236
  • Image and exposure: Envisioning genetics as a forensic-surveillance matrix Erin Kruger 237-251
  • Justicia’s Gaze: Surveillance, Evidence and the Criminal Trial <Gary Edmond, Mehera San Roque 252-271
  • Welfare Surveillance, Income Management and New Paternalism in Australia Mike Dee 272-286
  • Subverting ID from above and below: The uncertain shaping of India’s new instrument of e-governance Ursula Rao, Graham William Greenleaf 287-300
  • Spouse-busting: Intimacy, adultery, and surveillance technology  Melissa Gregg 301-310
  • Friendship and trust in the social surveillance network  Harriet Westcott, Stephen Owen 311-323
  • From surveillant text to surveilling device: The face in urban transit spaces Kaima Negishi 324-333
  • Covert: the artist as voyeur  Carolyn Louise McKay 334-353
  • The photos accompanying the article, ‘Covert’ by Carolyn McKay can be seen on the Surveillance & Society photostream at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/surveillance_and_society/sets/72157638275795465/