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Policing the campus : academic repression, surveillance, and the Occupy Movement

Anthony J. Nocella (Editor), David Gabbard (Editor)
Policing the Campus is a collection of essays by activist academics and campus organizers from a variety of fields and movements. The book fully explores how higher education has entered a state of academic repression.
Print Book, English, 2013
Peter Lang, New York, 2013
xx pages ; 23 cm.
9781433113123, 9781433113116, 1433113120, 1433113112
Arrests and repression as a logic of neoliberalism / Jason Del Gandio
Repression of student activism on college campuses / Wesley Strong
Policing college campuses: race, social control, and the securitizing of college campuses / Daniel White Hodge
Policed pedagogy: controlling and dominating classrooms, curriculum, and courses / Kim Socha
Of accountablity, surveillance, and fear: speaking out and losing my job / Barbara Madeloni
Cameras and ID card swipes: disappearing privacy and the cultivation of the virtual self / Richard Van Heertum
Socio-technical developments in campus securitization: building and resisting the policing apparatus / Ben Brucato and Luis A. Fernandez
We are all Hokies: surveillance culture and communication technologies on a post-Virginia Tech campus / Caroline K. Kaltefleiter
Political research: scholarship as terrorism / David Pellow and Scott DeMuth
The college campus as panopticon: how security and surveillance are undermining free inquiry / Joe Lewis
Militant privatization: the UC-Davis pepper-spray incident / Sarah Augusto and Julie Setele
Higher ed on a slippery slope: pulling it back from the brink of tyranny / Maura Stephens
Occupy colleges: the resurgence of U.S. radical student activism / Ryan Thomson and Natalia Abrams
Faculty should join with Occupy Movement protesters on college campuses / Henry Giroux