I am currently working on several papers and chapters on public safety and surveillance in Japan, the vanishing of surveillance, and the globalization of surveillance. My most recent paper was What is global surveillance? Towards a relational political economy of the global surveillant assemblage in Geoforum. You can find the pre-proof version of this and links to most things I’ve written here.
I am finishing my book, The Watched World: Globalization and Surveillance, which hopefully will be out this year, 2014. I’m also working with Kiyoshi Abe on an edited collection on surveillance in Japan, to be published in the Routledge / Nissan Insitute Japanese Studies Series, and with Torin Monahan on a new Surveillance Studies reader for Oxford University Press, and developing a proposal, A Short History of Surveillance (for Reaktion).