A small collection of what I’ve found interesting on the web relevant to the central topic of this research.
Forensic Architecture, a multidisciplinary research group based at the University of London that uses architectural techniques and technologies to investigate cases of state violence and violations of human rights around the world.
Histories of Violence, a multi-media forum dedicated to exploring the theoretical, empirical and aesthetic dimensions to violence.
Histories of Violence Collective, a place for scholars and educators pursuing interdisciplinary historical studies of violence.
Critical Mourning, about race, about violence, about religion, about empire, about politics, about life, about death.
Josh Begley, data artist, web & graphic designer Josh Begley’s work includes much of interest, including projects documenting drone strikes, prison geographies, and sites of police violence, among other.
Fatal Migrations, some of the places where people died while trying to cross the Border.
Dronestream, real-time and historical data about every reported covert US drone strike.
Prison Photography, surveillance, fine-art, documentary, amateur, institution, and virtual photographies of prisons and other sites of incarceration, curated by Pete Brook.