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HIST 4030 Lecture 9: Week 9 (3/24)

Mission Unstoppable (BB) Dennis Blair director of national intelli...

Cornell University
History
HIST 4030
HIST 4030 Lecture 8: Week 8 (3/17)

Binary definition of surveillance being good or bad Reluctance sha...

Cornell University
History
HIST 4030
HIST 4030 Lecture 7: Week 7 (3/10)

Irony of communism and rise of surveillance Selma recordings of ML...

Cornell University
History
HIST 4030
HIST 4030 Lecture 6: Week 6 (3/3)

Histories of State Surveillance and Beyond Situating Surveillance: ...

Cornell University
History
HIST 4030
HIST 4030 Lecture 4: Week 4 (2/17)

Legal Bodies: Race, Criminality and Colonialism in South Asia Clare...

Cornell University
History
HIST 4030
HIST 4030 Lecture 5: Week 5 (2/24)

Dissemination of the Argentine Dactyloscopy System in the Early Twe...

Cornell University
History
HIST 4030
HIST 4030 Lecture 1: Week 1 (1/27)

Kyle Chayka. Somebodys Watching. In the Age of Biometric Surveillan...

Cornell University
History
HIST 4030
HIST 4030 Lecture 2: Week 2 (2/3)

Guha The Politics of Identity and Enumeration in India c.16001900 C...

Cornell University
History
HIST 4030
HIST 4030 Lecture 3: Week 3 (2/10)

Spatial Mobility and Identification Godna: Inscribing Indian Convic...

Cornell University
History
HIST 4030
HIST 2820 Lecture 2: Lecture 2, 3

Lecture 2 (130): Newton and Newtonianism This class begins with New...

Cornell University
History
HIST 2820

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