We’re pleased to announce that the new special issue of Theory Culture & Society on Governing Emergencies is now available. It draws together critical work on emergency, exploring the politics and techniques of governing emergencies and the experiences of living through and with emergency, focusing on a range of different types of emergency. The special issue has been edited by Peter Adey (Royal Holloway), Ben Anderson (Durham University) and Stephen Graham (Newcastle University).
The issue includes:
Introduction: Governing Emergencies: Beyond Exceptionality by Peter Adey, Ben Anderson, and Stephen Graham
Vital Systems Security: Reflexive Biopolitics and the Government of Emergency by Stephen Collier and Andrew Lakoff
The Theology of Emergency: Welfare Reform, US Foreign Aid and the Faith-Based Initiative by Melinda Cooper
Cybersecurity, Bureaucratic Vitalism and European Emergency by Stephanie Simon and Marieke de Goede
Future Emergencies: Temporal Politics in Law and Economy by Sven Opitz and Ute Tellmann
Governing Inflation: Price and Atmospheres of Emergency by Derek McCormack
‘Crowded Places Are Everywhere We Go’: Crowds, Emergency, Politics by Claudia Aradau
You can access the special issue on the Theory Culture & Society website.