publications

My research is animated by a curiosity about the various dimensions of visual relationships, particularly as they unfold in contexts of militarized violence: how they are established and maintained, their impacts and consequences, and possibilities for navigating them critically and ethically.

Rather than listing my publications in chronological order (my CV provides a linear account of my academic existence), I’ve grouped them by concept …

affect  …  citizenship  …  ethics  …  methodologies  …  pedagogies  … spectatorship …   suffering  …  surveillance  …  terror  …  transparency  …  trauma  … visual practices

Also: works in progress and things that I am currently cogitating on can be found here.