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PUBLICATIONS

Peer-reviewed journal articles

"Some Restrictions Apply: The Exhibition Spaces of Guantanamo Bay." Cinema Journal 58.4 (Forthcoming, Summer 2019).

"Tracking Movements: Black Activism, Aerial Surveillance, and Transparency Optics." Media, Culture & Society (Forthcoming, 2018).

"Troubling Histories: Re-viewing Documentary Production and Surveillance Through the Freedom of Information Act." Media, War & Conflict (Published online, July 2018): 1-23.

"Tracing Toxic Legacies: GIS and the Dispersed Violence of Agent Orange." Journal of War and Culture Studies 11.1 (February 2018): 38-57.

“A Tour of the Tactical Subjunctive: Virtually Visiting the Guantanamo Bay Museum of Art and History.” InVisible Culture (November 2017).

“Chilling Developments: Digital Access, Surveillance, and the Authoritarian Dilemma in Ethiopia.” Surveillance & Society 15.3-4 (August 2017): 432-438.

“Classifying Information: The Opaque Logics of Terror Watchlists.” Spectator 36.1 (May 2017): 19-25.

"Virtual Battlegrounds: The Multiple Realisms of Harun Farocki's Immersion." Jump Cut 57 (November 2016).

“Fading in the Frame: The Epistemology and Ethics of Documenting Alzheimer's Bodies.” Studies in Documentary Film 10.1 (April 2016): 71-86.        

“Time and Time Again: The Cinematic Temporalities of Apichatpong Weerasethakul.” Mediascape (Fall 2015).

“‘This is My Country’: The Battle for Access and Space in Burma VJ.” Media Fields Journal Special Conference Issue (May 2014). 

“‘How Could You Forget That?’: Representing Collective and Traumatic Memories in Winter Soldier.” InMedia 4 (December 2013).

Edited journals

Co-editor of "Queer Surveillance" themed issue of Surveillance & Society (Forthcoming, September 2019). Co-edited with Gary Kafer.

Co-editor of Media Fields Journal 11: Surveillance States (2016). Co-edited with Lisa Han.

Book chapters

Lisa Parks, Lindsay Palmer, and Daniel Grinberg. “Media Fieldwork: Critical Reflections on Collaborative ICT Research in Rural Zambia” in Applied Media Studies: Theory and Practice, ed. Kirsten Ostherr (New York and London: Routledge, 2017), 97-116.

“Live Feeds: Surveillance and the Food-Industrial Complex” in The Ecopolitics of Consumption: The Food Trade, eds. H. Louise Davis, Karyn Pilgrim, and Madhudaya Singh (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2016), 101-118.

Digital publications

"Mobilizing the Damage of Drone Warfare." Docalogue (December 2017).

Daniel Grinberg and Lisa Han. "Surveying the Field." Media Fields Journal 11: Surveillance States (March 2016).

“Film as an Escape Route: Navigating Cinematic Freedom Under Confinement.” In Media Res (April 2015). 

Book reviews

Review of Splinternet: How Geopolitics and Commerce are Fragmenting the World Wide Web by Scott Malcomson. New Global Studies 11.3 (January 2018).

Review of Screening Torture: Media Representations of State Terror and Political Domination edited by Michael Flynn and Fabiola F. Salek. Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television, no. 34.2 (June 2014).

Review of Memory and the Moving Image: French Film in the Digital Era by Isabelle McNeill. Historical Journal of Film, Radio, and Television, no. 33.4 (December 2013).