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Mats Utas , February 9th, 2016
Debates on global drone proliferation tend to assume that adoption and adaptation of drones follow a universal logic and that the drone industry is a singular thing, geographically…
David Thompson , December 2nd, 2015
Welcome back to In the Journals, a look at recent publications in the world of security, law, crime, and governance. November has brought forth a number of engaging and…
jeremy schmidt , November 9th, 2015
Over the weekend I mentioned a new (open access) book on Water, Society, and Technology. There are a couple of other new resources to be had, both from…
Rebecca Nelson , October 22nd, 2015
[This invited post was written by Daniel O’Maley, who recently graduated with a PhD in cultural anthropology from Vanderbilt University. His research focuses on the global Internet freedom movement…
jeremy schmidt , September 23rd, 2015
A bit of self-promotion for an upcoming talk at the University of East Anglia if you happen to be in the UK in late October.
David Thompson , August 19th, 2015
Welcome back to In the Journals, a round-up of recent journal publications on security, crime, law enforcement and the state. After a brief hiatus over the summer, we’re…
Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds , May 31st, 2015
How the relationship between the Caribbean and foreign military forces in the 20th century had many different incarnations and forms, and left lasting legacies… The Caribbean Studies Ass…
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kcastner , May 3rd, 2015
“I think you have to have a shared collective memory of the past to recognize another human being,” writes Lawrence Jackson. His post, On Becoming More Human, examines…
Dylan Kerrigan - Opeds , January 4th, 2015
According to Dr Jennie Simpson, an anthropologist of policing in North America, one question to ask in the quest for cultural change within our local police force is,…