READINGS

Anderson, Elliot A. 2010. “It’s a Pirate’s Life for Some: The Development of an Illegal Industry in Response to an Unjust Global Power Dynamic.” Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, Volume 17, Issue 2, Summer 2010, pp. 319-339. Download PDF

Bernes, Jasper. 2013. “Logistics, Counterlogistics and the Communist Prospect.” Endnotes, September. Link

Birtchnell, Thomas, Satya Savitzky, and John Urry. 2015. Cargomobilities: Moving Materials in a Global Age. Routledge. Link

Burris, Jennifer. 2011. “Material Resistance: Allan Sekula’s Forgotten Space.” Afterall. June 24. Link

Chua, Charmaine. 2014. “Logistics, Capitalist Circulation, Chokepoints.” The Disorder Of Things. September 9. Link

Cowen, Deborah. 2007. “Struggling with ‘security’: National Security and Labour in the Ports.” Just Labour 10. Download PDF

Cowen, Deborah. 2010. “A Geography of Logistics: Market Authority and the Security of Supply Chains.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 100 (3): 600–620. Download PDF

Cowen, Deborah. 2014. The Deadly Life of Logistics: Mapping the Violence of Global Trade. Link

Easterling, Keller. 2009. “Cable.” New Geographies Vol.1: After Zero, Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Graduate School of Design. Download PDF

Easterling, Keller. 2005. Enduring Innocence: Global Architecture and Its Political Masquerades. Cambridge: MIT Press. Link

Easterling, Keller. 2014. Extrastatecraft: The Power of Infrastructure Space. London; New York: Verso Books. Link

Grenson, Nicky & Mike Crang & Constantinos N Antonopoulos. 2017. “Holding together logistical worlds: Friction, seams and circulation in the emerging ‘global warehouse’ in Environment and Planning DSociety and Space, Vol. 35(3) 381–398. Download PDF

Harney, Stefano, and Fred Moten. 2013. The Undercommons: Fugitive Planning & Black Study. Wivenhoe; New York; Port Watson: Minor Compositions. Download PDF

Helmreich, Stefan. 2016. How to Hide an Isand. Download PDF

Larkin, Brian. 2013. “The Politics and Poetics of Infrastructure.” Annual Review of Anthropology 42 (1): 327–43. Download PDF

Levinson, Marc. 2006. The Box: How the Shipping Container Made the World Smaller and the World Economy Bigger. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Link

Lyster, Clare. 2016. Learning from Logistics: How Networks Change Our Cities. Basel: Birkhauser. Link

Martin, Craig. 2012. “Desperate Mobilities: Logistics, Security and the Extra-Logistical Knowledge of ‘Appropriation.’” Geopolitics 17 (2): 355–76. Download PDF

Martin, Craig. 2013. “Shipping Container Mobilities, Seamless Compatibility, and the Global Surface of Logistical Integration.” Environment and Planning A 45 (5): 1021–36. Download PDF

Mazer, Katie, and Martin Danyluk, 2017. “Mapping a Many Headed Hydra: The Struggle Over the Dakota Access Pipeline.” Infrastructure Otherwise Report 001, infrastructureotherwise.org, accessed 11. October 2017. Download PDF

Mezzadra, Sandro, and Brett Neilson. 2012. “Between Inclusion and Exclusion: On the Topology of Global Space and Borders.” Theory, Culture & Society. 29(4/5) pp. 58–75. Download PDF

Mezzadra, Sandro, and Brett Neilson. 2013. “Extraction, Logistics, Finance. Global Crisis and the Politics of Operations.” Radical Philosophy 178 (April): 8–18. Download PDF

Mezzadra, Sandro, and Brett Neilson. 2013. “Geography is not enough.” Dialogues in Human Geography. Vol. 3, Issue: 3, pp. 332-335. Download PDF

Neilson, Brett. 2012. “Five Theses on Understanding Logistics as Power.” Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 13 (3): 322–39. Download PDF

Neilson, Brett. 2014a. “Beyond Kulturkritik: Along the Supply Chain of Contemporary Capitalism.” Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research 6 (1): 77–93. Download PDF

Neilson, Brett. 2014. “Zones: Beyond the Logic of Exception?” ConcentricLiterary and Cultural Studies 40 (2): 11–28. Download PDF

Neilson, Brett, and Ned Rossiter. 2010. “Still Waiting, Still Moving: On Labour, Logistics and Maritime Industries.” In Stillness in a Mobile World, edited by David Bissell and Gillian Fuller. London and New York: Routledge. Download PDF

 

Paxton, Heather Anne. 2016. Download PDF

Peters, Kimberley. 2012. “Manipulating material hydro-worlds: rethinking human and more-than-human relationality through offshore radio piracy”. Environment and Planning A. 2012, Vol. 44, pp. 1241–1254. Download PDF

Rossiter, Ned. 2011. “The Logistical City.” In Transit Labour Digest, edited by Craig Kernow, Brett Neilson, and Ned Rossiter, 3:24–27. Download PDF

Rossiter, Ned. 2016. Software, Infrastructure, Labor: A Media Theory of Logistical Nightmares. Routledge. Link

Sevilliano, Juan Carlos, David Rios Insua and Jesus Rios. 2011. “Adversarial Risk Analysis: The Somali Pirates Case.” Decision Analysis. Vol. 9, No. 2, June 2012, pp. 86–95. Download PDF

Sharpe, Christina. 2016. In the Wake: On Blackness and Being. Duke University Press.

 

Steinberg, Philip E. 2001. The Social Construction of the Ocean. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Link

Toscano, Alberto. 2011. “Logistics and Opposition.” Mute 3 (2). Download PDF

Toscano, Alberto. 2017. “Lineaments of the Logistical State | Viewpoint Magazine.”  Download PDF

Toscano, Alberto, and Jeff Kinkle. 2015. Cartographies of the Absolute. Winchester: Zero Books. Link

Tsing, Anna. 2009. “Supply Chains and the Human Condition.” Rethinking Marxism 21 (2): 148–76. Download PDF