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Amy Batley

police and security agencies, have sought to enhance the “resilience” of cities, by preparing urban spaces in ways that could minimize the effects of potential terror attacks. This includes the increased use of counterterrorism training workshops, not

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Sensing evil

Counterterrorism, techno-science, and the cultural reproduction of security

Mark Maguire and Pete Fussey

predicated on a form of cognitive “leakage” escaping once the load of deception becomes intensified and no longer supportable by its carrier. Particularly notable here is how such knowledge has become codified and reproduced in counterterrorism training

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Experiential Landscapes of Terror

Sunčana Laketa, Sara Fregonese, and Damien Masson

counterterror training and preparedness and the way these logics have moved beyond their institutional frameworks of formal training and advice, and have become engrained in the everyday urban experience, especially through an accent on constant awareness and

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(Counter)Terrorism and the Intimate

Bodies, Affect, Power

Sunčana Laketa

through the ambiguous affective register of watchfulness, vigilance, and suspicion. Mark Maguire and Pete Fussey (2016) investigate “counterterrorism trainings” of different security agents in the UK to understand the way suspicion is put to use as a