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  1. Core Reading 11 items
    Whilst no single academic book covers all the themes this course addresses, below is a core module reading list, beneath with can be found a series of additional resources (broken down by lecture):
    1. The Everywhere War - Derek Gregory et al 2011

      Article Essential

    2. From a View to a Kill - Derek Gregory 2011

      Article Essential

    3. Life in the Age of Drone Warfare - Lisa Parks, Caren Kaplan 2017

      Book Essential

  2. Additional Resources 6 items
  3. Lecture 1: Changing Spaces and Spatialities of Warfare 16 items
    1. Core Reading 12 items
      1. From Above: War, Violence and Verticality 2013

        Book Recommended Read: Introduction

      2. From Above: War, Violence, and Verticality 2013 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Introduction

      3. Geography of Drones - T Birchnell 2017

        Webpage Recommended

      4. Whither Labor Geography and the Rise of the Robots? - David Bissell, Vincent J. Del Casino 2017

        Article Essential

      5. Social geographies II - Vincent J. Del Casino 2016

        Article Recommended

      6. The Manhunt Doctrine - Gregoire Chamayou

        Webpage Essential

      7. The Everywhere War - Derek Gregory et al 2011

        Article Essential

      8. Life in the Age of Drone Warfare - Lisa Parks, Caren Kaplan 2017

        Book Essential Read Introduction

      9. Life in the Age of Drone Warfare 2017 (electronic resource)

        Book Essential Read Introduction

    2. Additional Resources 4 items
      1. Remote Warfare - J Moran 2015

        Document Further

  4. Lecture 2: Configurations and Personnel 18 items
    1. Core Reading 12 items
      1. Whither Labor Geography and the Rise of the Robots? - David Bissell, Vincent J. Del Casino 2017

        Article Recommended

      2. From a View to a Kill - Derek Gregory 2011

        Article Essential

    2. Additional Resources 6 items
      1. The State of Objects - Katie M. Meehan et al 2014

        Article Further

      2. Intimate War - Rachel Pain 2015

        Article Further

  5. Lecture 3: Contestations 17 items
    1. Core Reading 11 items
      1. The Necropolitics of Drones - Jamie Allinson 2015

        Article Recommended

      2. Drone Theory - Grégoire Chamayou et al 2015

        Book Recommended In particular chapters 9 -13 (section II: Ethos and Psyche)

      3. Cities Under Siege: The New Military Urbanism - Stephen Graham 2011

        Book Recommended Chapter 5: Robowar Dreams

      4. Wishful Mnemonics and Autonomous Killing Machines - N Sharkey, L Suchman 2013

        Document Recommended

      5. The Unbearable Humanness of Drone Warfare in FATA, Pakistan - Ian Graham Ronald Shaw, Majed Akhter 2012

        Article Essential

    2. Additional Resources 6 items
      1. Remote: A Documentary About Drones and Humans on Vimeo - I Shaw 2017

        Audio-visual document Further

  6. Lecture 4: (Re-)orientations 21 items
    1. Core Reading 15 items
      1. The Signature of Security - Claudia | Aradau

        Webpage Recommended

      2. Letter From a Sensor Operator - B Bryant 2017

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Letter From a Sensor Operator - B Bryant 2017 (electronic resource)

        Chapter Recommended

      4. The Colonial Present - D Gregory

        Document Recommended Chapter 4: “Civilisation” and “barbarism"

      5. Life in the Age of Drone Warfare - Lisa Parks, Caren Kaplan 2017

        Book Recommended Read: Drone-o-rama,

      6. Life in the Age of Drone Warfare 2017 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Drone-o-rama,

      7. Uneasy Listening - S Schuppli 2014

        Chapter Recommended

      8. Re-Orientating Vertical Geopolitics - Alison J. Williams 2013

        Article Recommended

    2. Additional Resources 6 items
  7. Lecture 5: Asymmetries 15 items
    1. Core Reading 11 items
      1. One Visible Future - J Bridle 2013

        Webpage Recommended

      2. Understanding Terrorist Innovation: Technology, Tactics and Global Trends - Adam Dolnik 2007 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended Read: Terrorism and Innovation

    2. Additional Resources 4 items
  8. Lecture 6: Shifting Geopolitical Relations and Landscapes 18 items
    1. Core Reading 10 items
      1. Software-Sorted Geographies - Stephen D.N. Graham 2005

        Article Recommended

      2. Drone Geographies - Derek Gregory 2014

        Webpage Essential

      3. The Political Economy of Drones - Abigail R. Hall, Christopher J. Coyne 2014

        Article Essential

    2. Additional Resources 8 items
      1. Dronescapes - Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox 2017

        Webpage Further

      2. UN SRCT Drone Inquiry

        Website Further Full report (February 2014) available at: www.ohchr.org/EN/HRBodies/HRC/RegularSessions/Session25/.../A-HRC-25-59.doc

  9. Lecture 7: Researching the Remote 17 items
    1. Core Reading 12 items
      1. For Institutional Ethnography - Emily Billo, Alison Mountz 2016

        Article Recommended

      2. Drones Caught in the Net - A Fish et al 2016

        Article Recommended

      3. Introduction - Eyal Weizman 2014

        Chapter Essential

    2. Additional Resources 5 items
  10. Lecture 8: Alternative Manifestations of Remoteness 14 items
    1. Core Reading 10 items
      1. Air Power as Police Power - Mark Neocleous 2013

        Article Recommended

      2. Invisibility - E van Veeren 2017

        Chapter Recommended

    2. Additional Resources 4 items
      1. Migration Tracking Is a Mess - Huub Dijstelbloem 2017

        Article Further

  11. Lecture 9: Conclusions and Recap 1 item
    1. No set reading

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