A collection of papers, book chapters and books by network members on emergency, security, biosecurity, preparedness, risk and disaster.
Kearnes, M., Klauser, F. and Lane, S. 2012. Risk Research after Fukushima. In Lane, S., Klauser, F. and Kearnes, M. eds. Critical Risk Research: Practices, Politics and Ethics. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 1 – 20
Kearnes, M., Macnaghten, P. and Wilsdon, J. 2006. Governing at the nanoscale : people, policies and emerging technologies. London: Demos.
Collier, S. J. 2014. Vital systems security: reflexive biopolitics and the government of emergency. Theory, Culture & Society
Collier, S.J. 2008. Distributed preparedness: the spatial logic of domestic security in the United States. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 26(1):7
Collier, S. J. and Lakoff, A. 2008. The vulnerability of vital systems: how critical infrastructure became a security problem. In Dunn, M. and Kristensen, K.S. eds. Securing the Homeland: Critical Infrastructure, Risk and (In)security. London and New York: Routledge.
Gilbert, E. and Ponder, C. 2013. Between tragedy and farce: 9/11 compensation and the value of life and death. Antipode 46(2):404-425
Gilbert, E. 2012. Borders and security: the thickening of North American relations. In Ayers, J. and MacDonald, L. eds. North America in Question. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Gilbert, E. 2012. The militarization of climate change. ACME 11(1):1-14 http://rhulgeopolitics.wordpress.com/2012/05/30/acme-new-edition-2/
Merieke de Goede
de Goede, M. 2014. Preemption contested: suspect spaces and preventability in the July 7 inquest. Political Geography 39:48-57
de Goede, M. and Simon, S. 2013. Governing future radicals in Europe. Antipode 45(2):315-335
de Goede, M. 2012. Speculative security: the politics of pursuing terrorist monies. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
de Goede, M. 2008. Beyond risk: premediation and the post-9/11 security imagination. Security Dialogue 39(2-3):155-176
Adey, P 2013. Air/atmosphere of the megacity. Theory, Culture and Society 30(7-8)
Adey, P. 2010. Aerial Life: Spaces, Mobilities, Affects. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Adey, P. and Anderson, B. 2012. Anticipating emergencies: technologies of preparedness and the matter of security. Security Dialogue 43(2):99-117
Adey, P. and Anderson, B. 2011. Anticipation, materiality, event : The Icelandic ash cloud disruption and the security of mobility. Mobilities 6(1):11-20
Adey, P. and Anderson, B. 2011. Event and anticipation: UK civil contingencies and the space-times of decision. Environment and Planning A 43(12):2878-2899
Guggenheim, M., Deville, J. and Hrdlickova, Z. 2013. Same, same but different: provoking relations, assembling the comparator. Working paper
Guggenheim, M., Kraeftner, B. and Kroell, J. 2013. ‘I don’t know whether I need a further level of disaster’: shifting media of sociology in the sandbox. Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 14(3)
Anderson, B. and Adey, P. 2012. Governing events and life: ’emergency’ in UK civil contingencies. Political Geography 31(1):24-33
Anderson, B. 2011. Facing the future enemy: US counterinsurgency doctrine and the pre-insurgent. Theory, Culture and Society 28:216-240
Anderson, B. 2010. Preemption, precaution, preparedness: anticipatory action and future geographies. Progress in Human Geography 34:777-798
Anderson, B. 2010. Security and the future: anticipating the event of terror. Geoforum 41:227-235