Drone Imaginaries: The Power of Remote Vision (eds. Andreas Immanuel Graae and Kathrin Maurer, Manchester UP, 2021) More info here!
Marie Cronqvist, Rosanna Farbøl and Casper Sylvest (eds) Cold War Civil Defence in Western Europe: Sociotechnical imaginaries of preparedness and survival (London: Palgrave, forthcoming).
Dylan Cawthorne, International Journal of Technoethics entitled Value-Sensitive Design of Unmanned Aerial Systems: Using Action Research to Bridge the Theory-Practice Gap - https://www.igi-global.com/article/value-sensitive-design-of-unmanned-aerial-systems/281074
Lee-Morrison, L. (2021). Drone. In N. B. Thylstrup, D. Agostinho, A. Ring, C. D'Ignazio & K. Veel [Eds.], Uncertain Archives: Critical Keywords for Big Data (pp. 179-189). Cambridge: MIT Press.
Dominique Routhier, “Full Automation in its Infancy: The Situationist Avantgarde Book Fin de Copenhague” in The Nordic Journal of Aesthetics (Vol 29 No 60 2020) https://tidsskrift.dk/nja/article/view/122841
Introduction to the Sensorial Experience of the Drone - The Senses and Society: “The Sensorial Experience of the Drone” Volume 15, Issue 3 (2020) The members of the DFF project on Drone Imaginaries and Community as well as the DFF research network on Drones and Aesthetics are happy to present their latest theme issue The Sensorial Experience of the Drone published in the journal The Senses and Society. The articles in the journal seek to explore the drone as medium beyond visual sensing focusing on embodied, auditive, kinetic modes of sensing within the realm of aesthetics (art, film, literature). Contributors: Daniela Agostinho, Kristin Veel, Kathrin Maurer, Svea Braeunert, Steen Ledet Christiansen, Maximilian Jablonowski, Rasmus Gahrn-Andersen, Yasco Horsman, Rikke Munch Petersen, and Andreas Immanuel Graae.
Games of Drones New Anthology about Drones. In German and English. Publications are based on conference about drones in the Zeppelin Museum in 2019. Chapter by Kathrin Maurer about the aerial view of drones.
Publication on Achille Mbembe’s work with a drone-related perspective about the reorganization of modern warfare by Dominque Routhier. This text analyses the relationship between Achille Mbembe’s work, the necropolitics of the drone, and modern warfare