As a result of two presenters dropping out, we now have two spaces in
our programme for the New Geographies of Surveillance session at the
Royal Geographical Society / Institute of British Geographers conference
from August 29th to September 1st in London.
We would welcome any interesting presentations, from a theoretical or
empirical angle (or both) that deal with the conjunction of surveillance
and space. We would especially welcome provocative and challenging
contributions, and the ideas do not need to be fully formed, nor do we
expect finished 'papers' in advance. We would also welcome more artistic
and less traditionally academic presentations.
You would have to pay to attend the conference.
Apart from the two paper sessions on surveillance, there will also be a
cross-disciplinary panel / audience discussion featuring Clive Norris,
Kirstie Ball, Roy Coleman and Hille Koskela. So it will be well worth it
from a Surveillance Studies point of view.
Please send your abstracts or proposals ASAP to:
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(David Murakami Wood, Nick Fyfe and Steve Graham)