Call for Submissions: Pamphlet on Securitization and the University

On July 18, 2013, the UC Regents appointed Janet Napolitano, former head of the US Department of Homeland Security, as the next President of the University of California.  Napolitano’s nomination has already been met with protest and criticism: for the secretive process by which it was made, for her her lack of academic experience, for the possibility that she will intensify campus surveillance and remold university research and instruction according to the interests of the security apparatus, and for her involvement at DHS in an historically unprecedented deportation regime.  Her ascension has also prompted a number of brief genealogical essays that have considered her nomination in relation to previous UC administrators’ complicities with state power.  Should Napolitano’s appointment be seen as marking a rupture with past models of University management, or should her appointment be understood as relatively continuous with previous administrative entanglements in the business of security and surveillance?  What does her appointment signal in terms of the securitization of life on and beyond campus? What does her appointment tell us about the relationship between and trajectories of austerity politics, privatization, and securitization?

The editorial collective of Reclamations Journal plans to publish a pamphlet on histories and futures of securitization at the University and on struggles against emergent forms of state repression.  We hope to have the pamphlet ready by the end of the summer, so that it can be passed out during campus orientations and potentially folded into the organization of protest movements over the course of the coming year.

The Reclamations collective is seeking essays, narratives, photo montages, poems, and other sorts of contributions on any of the topics outlined below.  Please submit full-length contributions or abstracts to editors@reclamationsjournal.org by August 15th.

Online Surveillance /  Online Education

§ The technological crossovers that link online education projects, weapons manufacturing, and state and corporate surveillance techniques.  How are online education projects potentially generative of the bodily capacities and forms of knowledge upon which surveillance and military apparatuses increasingly depend?

§ Recent revelations about online surveillance by the NSA and other state and corporate institutions in relation to online education projects and university web services.  The EdEx code has recently been shared publicly; are there any details of the code that would make possible the surveillance of online learning environments?

§ The Department of Homeland Security’s recently established “National Initiative for Cybersecurity Careers and Studies” (NICCS), which involves work “with partners in academia … to develop the next generation of cyber professionals to protect against evolving cyber threats.”  Napolitano’s involvement in this program, and her possible role in expanding UC’s participation in NICCS.

Anticolonial and Immigrant Rights Activism

§ The imbrications of US border enforcement with the surveillance and policing of university students and workers. New opportunities and challenges for immigrant rights activism on UC campuses.

§ Recent antagonisms around the surveillance and prosecution of Arab and Muslim students.

§ Genealogies of anti-imperialist struggle on university campuses.

The Military / Academic Complex

§ The involvement of universities in the training of soldiers and mercenaries, through ROTC and other programs.  Conflicts over the presence of military recruiters, including after the repeal of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.

§ How academic research has historically been molded to state interests, war economies, and regimes of surveillance.

§ Histories and ramifications of university contracts to oversee weapons laboratories.

§ Genealogies of the military / academic complex.  Crossovers between university and state bureaucracies, weapons manufacturing and research initiatives, the regulation of academic research critical of state institutions and practices, etc.

Debt and Risk Management

§ The emergence of new discourses of management at the university, including the framework of “Enterprise Risk Management,” which is drawn from the logistics industry and entails techniques—including new forms of surveillance—designed to shield just-in-time production processes from disruption.

§ Technologies of debt enforcement.

§ “Health and safety” as a category of administrative power; possibilities for critical biopolitics on and beyond campuses.

Policing and Surveillance

§ The regulation of campus space and time through policing and surveillance techniques; genealogies of resistance to such regulation.

§ Universities and the policing and/or gentrification of urban space.

§ Campus police training practices, including participation in Urban Shield and other martial training initiatives.

§ Homeland Security grants for the militarization of local and campus police forces.

§ Assessments of existing and possible sites of resistance to securitization both on and beyond the university.

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    • I’d rather call it peak criedt’ rather than peak finance’. The latter is merely a socio-economic consequence of the former.For over 25 years now, Central Bankers across the world have adhered to the view that as long as inflation is not showing up, there’s no problem. And as asset values are not included in any money velocity measures, we have bubbles but no inflation.And whenever inflation actually starts showing up.. they adjust’ statiscical methods.. and it disappears again!)How can you stimulate’ economy out of a recession which is so severe EXACTLY because economy has been OVERSTIMULATED with cheap criedt for 25 years?

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    • Wow, give the Federal Reserve so much more power. Unlimited power to print money, to set interest rates, set resvere requirements, and now to regulate the whole crony financial outfit. And the Fed is not even a government agency, and accountable to no one including Congress!!This is what happen when those who created the problem are charged to solve’ the problem.There can only be one reason for this proposal both Geithner and Summers want Bernanke’s job! More powerful than the president. While Greenspan almost busted up the USA, the new Fed chair with super powers can truly finish the job!!Breadth-taking. Yes, I can’t breath

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    • My apology to James this has litlte to do with your topic. But the terminologies used when discussing economics can be frustrating sometimes.One of the problems any discussion of capitalism faces (certainly not the one that portends the greatest threat) is the various definitions, augmentations and understandings of the word capitalism .For example, I would argue that if a corporation or person (please no responses that they are one and the same I know they are not absolute equivalents) engages in any successful rent-seeking then true capitalism is perverted and the result is not really capitalism at all. In fact, it could be argued that rent-seeking transforms capitalism into a new entity correctly called corporate socialism or corporate welfare because rent-seeking disrupts the marketplace to an extent that fair competition no longer exists and the government has designated winners and losers. Surely no one would argue that is capitalism???The grand mistake, in my opinion, that many make begins when we call this type of corrupting practice crony capitalism , disaster capitalism , etc It makes it appear as if capitalism is part of the problem when it is not. The problem is the practice of perverting capitalism to the point it is no longer capitalism in any recognizable form because it is now a form of corporate socialism. Just because someone appends a descriptor to the word -capitalism that does not mean that this new entity is a new-form of capitalism just because it has the word capitalism as its title. Furthermore, those not commonly given to reading things called books, especially about economics, will never take any effort to learn about capitalism , so they will try to wrap their minds around this term they do not understand and extend their misunderstanding to another word such as crony or disaster . I learned this from trying to discuss some economics with some college-educated Republicans in the South; one older woman did not understand what a lobbyist was and a younger male thought Halliburton was a person Hal. I. Burton (?) I cannot make this stuff up. In the end, it does not really further their understanding of economics if they do not have a basic understanding of capitalism. In fact, it muddies the water by inviting imprecision into the discussion.By the way, I think Naomi Klein is on target in her book, Disaster Capitalism I just disagree with the title she has given this behavior. Her overall thesis is correct in my mind. It dovetails nicely with other accounts like Confessions of an Economic Hitman , Chalmers Johnson’s books, etc I ask you to recall what the common expressions surrounding the bailouts in 2008. Privatize the profits and socialize the losses , Should we call him Comrade Paulson? , etc Exactly!!! Too bad this correct assessment at the time did not take hold in our economic lexicon. This was not capitalism!!! If it was capitalism, the big banks, AIG and hundreds of other entities via counter-party liabilities would have failed.I’ll step off my soap box.

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    • Tim Geithner might explain what HIS rtlguaeory role was as head of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York until Obama PROMOTED him late last year. Give more rtlguaeory power to the FED yeah, that’s the ticket! Also, Geithner stared into the vacuum of their eyes (an old Bob Dylan phrase from Like A Rolling Stone) when he witnessed the financial stake Bear-Stearns, Lehman and others were holding with regard to securitizations they’d originated. Yeah, that was the ticket, too! Gosh, I wonder why the stock market went up by seven hundred points in the hour after the news was leaked that Obama would be appointing Geithner to his cabinet?

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