Community, surveillance and border control: The case of the minuteman project.
The politics of sight/site: Locating cameras in Vancouver's public spaces.
The conquest of space: New York City's new frontier of social control.
The check and the guardianship: A comparison of surveillance at an airport and a housing-estate area in the Paris outskirts.
: Global control without a state?Lex vigilatoria.
Technologies of the body, technologies of the self: House arrest as neo-liberal governance.
Academia, surveillance, and the FBI: A short history.
“What if she's from the FBI?” The effects of covert forms of social control on social movements.
Plural policing and CCTV surveillance.
The new lateral surveillance and a culture of suspicion.
Citizenship, hyper-surveillance, and double-consciousness: Racial profiling as panoptic governance.
Hacking the panopticon: Distributed online surveillance and resistance.
Surveillance and sovereignty.
Surveillance and educational testing: No child left behind and the remaking of American schools.
Governing beyond command and control: A responsive and nodal approach to child protection.
From thought control to traffic control: CCTV politics of expansion and resistance in post-Olympics Greece.
Introduction: An eye on surveillance and governance.
List of Contributors.