Assigned Reading

(X) Fox, Nick and Pam Alldred. 2008. New Materialism. P. A. Atkinson et al., eds. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Research Methods. London: Sage.

(A) Latour, Bruno. 1999. On Recalling ANT. The Sociological Review 47(1).

      (Ax1) Callon, Michel. 1986. Some Elements of a Sociology of Translation: Domestication of the Scallops and the Fishermen of St. Brieuc Bay. John Law, ed. Power, Action and Belief: A New Sociology of Knowledge. London: Routledge (pp. 196-223).

      (Ax2) Law, John. 1999. After ANT: Complexity, Naming and Topology. The Sociological Review 47(1).

      (Ax3) Latour, Bruno. 2005. Reassembling the Social. Oxford: Oxford University Press (pp. 1-17).

      (Ax4) Connolly, William. 2013. The ‘New Materialism’ and the Fragility of Things. Millenium 41(3).

(B) Schouten, Peer. 2014. Security as Controversy: Reassembling Security at Amsterdam Airport. Security Dialogue 45(1).

     (Bx1) Salter, Mark. 2008. The Global Airport: Managing Space, Speed, and Security. Mark Salter, ed. Politics at the Airport. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (pp. 1-28).

      (Bx2) Peter Adey. 2004. Secured and Sorted Mobilities: Examples from the Airport. Surveillance and Society 1(4).