- Surveillance and religion panel – a proposal for EUROPEAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION ANNUAL CONFERENCE
- Borders, benefits, and biomedicine: surveillance and social justice.
- Special Issue of ‘Surveillance & Society’ on Religion
- Religions Consuming Surveillance – Public Lecture
- Religions Consuming Surveillance
Tag Archives: reviews
Jolyon Mitchell’s review of my book, Theological Perspectives on a Surveillance Society: Watching and Being Watched, has been published in the new issue of Studies in Christian Ethics (27.1, February 2014). Journal subscribers (institutional and individual) can read it here. Sorry, it’s not available … Continue reading