Hard to Follow Things: Natural Gas
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Hard to Follow Things: Natural Gas

  @Followthethings has just published a short post I recently wrote on the methodological challenges of following natural gas. You can check it out on their blog at: https://followtheblog.org/2017/08/21/guest-post-hard-to-follow-things-natural-gas-by-peter-forman/ While you are at it, why not check out Ian and his students’ work on their other website, http://www.followthethings.com? Continue reading

Dobraszczyk et al. (2016) ‘Global Undergrounds: Exploring cities within’
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Dobraszczyk et al. (2016) ‘Global Undergrounds: Exploring cities within’

This book review was written on behalf of the RGS-IBG Urban Geographies Research Group, and is reproduced here with their permission. For more book reviews, and for an overview of their current work, please go to: http://urban-geography.org.uk/ Title: “Global Undergrounds: Exploring Cities Within.” Editors: Dobraszczyk, P., López Galviz, C., & Garrett, L. Year of Publication: 2016, … Continue reading

New Release: Hughes, S. & Forman, P. (2017) “A Material Politics of Citizenship”
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New Release: Hughes, S. & Forman, P. (2017) “A Material Politics of Citizenship”

Our article for Citizenship Studies is finally out in early access! Entitled ‘A Material Politics of Citizenship: The potential of circulating materials in UK immigration removal centres’, this paper forms part of a special issue edited by Gaja Maestri & Sarah Hughes on contested spaces of citizenship. In this article, we explore the ways in … Continue reading

NEW: Contemporary (In)Securities – student-run course blog
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NEW: Contemporary (In)Securities – student-run course blog

As part of our ‘Critical Security Studies’ course at the University of Tübingen this semester, students have been tasked with critically applying different approaches to security to contemporary political events. Check in regularly for new posts covering a broad range of topics, including security discourses in the so-called ‘EU migrant crisis’, the governance of Ebola, … Continue reading

eThesis available now
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eThesis available now

Exciting times. My thesis, entitled ‘Securing Natural Gas: Entity-Attentive Security Research’ is now available via the Durham eTheses service! Thanks again go to my supervisors, Louise Amoore and Ben Anderson for their help in getting this out, and also to the insightful comments from my examiners, Jason Dittmer (UCL) and Gavin Bridge (Durham). It can … Continue reading

New Book: “Security/Mobility: Politics of movement”
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New Book: “Security/Mobility: Politics of movement”

Congratulations to my friends and colleagues for the publication of their recent book, “Security/Mobility: Politics of Movement” – edited by Matthias Leese (Zurich) and Stef Wittendorp (Tübingen), and representing a much needed contribution to attempts to bring security and mobility together. The book includes chapters from: Marie Beauchamps, Marijn Hoijtink, Matthias Leese, Bruno Magalhães, Sharon Weinblum, & Stef … Continue reading