Surveillance and Humanities - Part 2: Surveillance and policing
Presented by the ANU Centre for Law, Arts and the Humanities. the Surveillance and Humanities virtual conference series consists of six webinars with expert presentations exploring the arts, humanities and the various fields which surveillance is used. Our panel and their presentations: Philippe Sabot, University of Lille: 'Surveillance and its Ambiguities'; Gregor Urbas, ANU College of Law and Peter Grabosky, ANU RegNet: 'Covert Online Investigations and Surveillance by Public and Private Actors'; and Georgiana Banita, University of Bamberg: 'Black Futures Matter: Critical Narratives of Race and Predictive Policing'. Chair/moderator: Jelena Gligorijevic, ANU College of Law.