Surveillance and Humanities - Part 5: Post-colonialism, gender and social control
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: Rachel Joy, Australian College of Applied Psychology: 'Through a glass darkly: the atmospherics of settler surveillance of Indigenous peoples in Australia'; Yvonne-Marie Rogez, Panthéon-Assas University: 'Policing the Margins: Political Challenges and the Homeless in California'; Claire Wrobel, Panthéon-Assas: Gender and surveillance in Margaret Atwood's fiction from "Bodily Harm" (1981) to "The Testaments" (2019). Chair/moderator: Gavin Smith, ANU School of Sociology.