Tuesday Jun 21, 2022
Episode 12: Conversation with Mareile Kaufmann on Surveillance, Hackers, Secrecy and Predictive Policing
Joining me today is Mareile Kaufmann, Professor at the Department of Criminology and Sociology, at the University of Oslo, to discuss her work over the past few years on surveillance, predictive policing, hackers and secrecy, among others.
Texts discussed in this podcast episode:
Kaufmann, M. 2020. Hacking Surveillance. First Monday 25(5): https://journals.uic.edu/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/10006
Kaufmann, M. 2021. This is a Secret: Learning from Children’s Engagement With Surveillance and Secrecy. Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies. 21(5):424-437
Kaufmann, M. 2019. Who Connects the Dots? Agents and Agency in Predictive Policing In: Hoijtink, Marijn & Leese, Matthias (eds.) Technology and Agency in International Relations. pp. 141-163. https://www.taylorfrancis.com/chapters/oa-edit/10.4324/9780429463143-7/connects-dots-mareile-kaufmann
© Tereza Østbø Kuldova, 2022
Produced with the financial support of The Research Council of Norway under project no. 313626 – Algorithmic Governance and Cultures of Policing: Comparative Perspectives from Norway, India, Brazil, Russia, and South Africa (AGOPOL), and under project project no. 313004 – Luxury, Corruption and Global Ethics: Towards a Critical Cultural Theory of the Moral Economy of Fraud (LUXCORE).
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