Professor Louise Amoore - all publications
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Amoore, L. (2007). There is no Great Refusal: the ambivalent politics of dissent. In International Political Economy and Poststructural Politics. De Goede, M. Basingstoke.: Macmillan.
Amoore, L. (2006). Making the Modern Multinational. In Global Corporate Power. May, C. Boulder, Colorado.: Lynne Rienner. 32-54.
Amoore, L. (2006). There is no great refusal: the ambivalent politics of resistance. In International Policial Economy and Poststructural Politics. DeGoede, M. Basingstoke.: Palgrave.
Amoore, L. & Langley, P. (2005). Global civil society and global governmentality. In The Idea of Global Civil Society. Germain, R. & Kerry, M. Routledge. 137-155.
Amoore, L. (2005). Invisible Subjects: Work and Workers in the Global Political Economy. In The Political Economy of Unprotected Work. Davies, M. & Ryner, M. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Amoore, L. (2005). Making the Modern Multinational. In Global Corporate Power. May, C. Boulder: Lynne Rienner.
Amoore, L. & Langley, P. (2002). Process, Project and Practice: The Politics of Globalization. In Critical Perspectives on International Political Economy. Abbott, J. & Worth, O. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Amoore, L. (2002). Work Production and Social Relations: Repositioning the firm in the international political economy. In Global Unions? Theory and Strategies of Organized Labour in the Global Political Economy. Harrod, J. & O'Brien, R. London.: Routledge. 29-48. Amoore, L. (Published).
Governing By Identity. In Playing the identity card: surveillance, security and ifentifcation in global perspective. Lyon, D. & Bennett, C. New York.: Routledge. 42-56. Amoore, L. (Published). Vigilant Visualities. In
Observant States: Geopolitics and Visual Culture. MacDonald, F., Hughes, R. & Dodds, K. London.: IB Taurus. 247-266. Edited book Journal Article
Amoore, L. (2018). Cloud Geographies: Computing, Data, Sovereignty. Progress in Human Geography 42(1): 4-24. Amoore, Louise & Raley, Rita (2017).
Securing with Algorithms: Knowledge, Decision, Sovereignty. Security Dialogue 48(1): 3-10.
Amoore, L. & Piotukh, V. (2015). Life beyond big data governing with little analytics. Economy and Society 44(3): 341-366.
Amoore, L. (2014). Security and the claim to privacy. International Political Sociology 8(1): 108-112.
Amoore, L. (2014). Security and the Incalculable. Security Dialogue 45(5): 423-439.
Amoore, L. & Hall. A. (2013). The clown at the gates of the camp: Sovereignty, resistance and the figure of the fool. Security Dialogue 44(2): 93-110.
Amoore, L. (2013). The Line of Beauty: security’s objects and the form of data. Theory, Culture and Society Amoore, L.A. (2011).
Data Derivatives: On the Emergence of a Security Risk Calculus for our Times. Theory, Culture & Society 28(6): 24-43.
Amoore, L. & Hall, A. (2010). Border Theatre: On the arts of security and resistance. Cultural Geographies 17(3): 299-319.
Amoore, L. (2009). Algorithmic war: everyday geographies of the war on terror. Antipode: A Radical Journal of Geography 41(1): 49-69.
Amoore, L. (2009). Lines of sight: on the visualization of unknown futures. Citizenship Studies 13(1): 17-30.
Amoore, L. & Hall, A. (2009). Taking people apart: digitised dissection and the body at the border. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 27(3): 444-464.
Amoore, L. (2008). Foucault against the grain. International Political Sociology 2(3): 274-276.
Amoore, L. (2008). Risk before justice: when the law contests its own suspension. Leiden Journal of International Law 21(4): 847-861.
Amoore, L. & de Goede, M. (2008). Transactions after 9/11: the banale face of the preemptive strike. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 33(2): 173-185.
Amoore, L. (2007). Vigilant Visualities: The Watchful Politics of the War on
Terror. Security Dialogue 38(2): 215-232.
Amoore, L. (2006). Biometric borders: Governing mobilities in the war on terror. Political Geography 25(3): 336-351.
Amoore, L. & De Goede, M. (2005). Governance, risk and dataveillance in the war on terror. Crime, Law and Social Change 43: 149-173.
Amoore, L. & Langley, P. (2004). Ambiguities of Global Civil Society. Review of International Studies 30(1): 89-110.
Amoore, L. (2004). Risk, reward and discipline at work. Economy and Society 33(2): 174-196.
Amoore, L. (2003). Beyond the Trade-off: Ambiguous (Un)employment and the Discourse of Flexibility. Global Society 17(1): 81-87.
Amoore, L. & Langley, P. (2001). Experiencing Globalization: Active Teaching and Learning and Teaching in International Political Economy. International Studies Perspectives 2(1): 15-32.
Amoore, L. (2000). International Political Economy and the 'Contested Firm'. New Political Economy 5(2): 183-204.
Amoore, L., Dodgson, R., Germain, R.D., Gills, B.K., Langley, P. & Watson, I. (2000). Paths to a historicized international political economy. Review of International Political Economy 7(1): 53-71.