In the Journals

In the Journals – September 2016

Surveillance Camera

A new semester is upon us, and our monthly round-up, In the Journals, is here to provide our readers with some of the best articles from around academia. Summer has come and gone, and many of us are slowly but surely returning from fieldwork. While most of us remain busy with syllabi, grading, and bureaucratic red tape, we here at Anthropoliteia will continue to bring you the best and most interesting recent publications regarding policing, security, law, and punishment.

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In the Journals – May 2016

Mine Warning

Summer is here and that means that most of us will no doubt be undertaking fieldwork of some sort. But fear not, as we here at In the Journals will continue to provide monthly round-ups of the latest articles regarding surveillance, governance, and policing for the entirety of the summer.

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In the Journals – March 2016

The Federal Services Incorporated (FSI) guards check passes for all vehicles entering or exiting the Nevada Test Site.

Welcome back to In the Journals, our monthly recap of recent publications regarding security, law, crime, and governance.

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In the Journals – September 2015

Brotherhood Week

Welcome back to In the Journals, a round-up of recent journal publications on security, crime, law enforcement and the state. September is upon us, and that means classes are back in session, fieldwork has (probably) come to a halt for the time being, and academics are much too busy to scour journals for the most interesting and thought-provoking articles. That’s where In the Journals steps in and brings you, our dear readers, the latest and greatest articles and book reviews.

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