Surveillance studies

is a dynamic, transdisciplinary field focused on all aspects of surveillance in society. It includes scholars working from many different disciplinary backgrounds, including sociology, criminology, geography, communication, cultural studies, legal studies, political science, science and technology studies, and more. The dominant concerns of the field are with manifestations of power and control, whether they are facilitated by new technological systems or occur through more mundane means. On this site, you will find selected resources to guide your discovery of this field and encourage you to join its conversations.

Page maintained by Prof. Torin Monahan

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA