The international journal of surveillance studies
'Surveillance and Violent Conflict' - extended deadline
Although we have had a good response to our call for pieces on the theme of 'Surveillance and Violent Conflict', we would still like to encourage submissions in some areas, particularly the military origins of surveillance technologies and their translation into civil applications or vice versa, the intensification of surveillance in the context of "new wars" and sub-national conflicts, and resistance to militarised surveillance.
So please forward this message to anyone who might have something to contribute.
The extended deadline for submissions is now: July 1st 2005. The issue will be published in October 2005.
For further submission guidelines and the original call for papers, please see: