Mark Maguire is Senior Lecturer of Anthropology and Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences at Maynooth University.
Ursula Rao is Professor of Anthropology at the University of Leipzig.
Nils Zurawski is Senior Researcher and Visiting Professor in the Department of Social Sciences at the University of Hamburg.
Maguire and Zurawski are coeditors of The Anthropology of Security: Perspectives from the Frontline of Policing, Counterterrorism, and Border Control. Rao is author of News as Culture: Journalistic Practices and the Remaking of Indian Leadership Traditions.
Introduction: Bodies as Evidence / Mark Maguire and Ursula Rao 1
1. The Truth of the Error: Making Identity and Security through Biometric Discrimination / Elida Jacobsen and Ursula Rao 24
2. Injured by the Border: Security Buildup, Migrant Bodies, and Emergency Response in Southern Arizona / Ieva Jusionyte 43
3. E-Terrify: Securitized Immigration and Biometric Surveillance in the Workplace / Daniel M. Goldstein and Carolina Alonso-Bejarano 62
4. "Dead-Bodies-at-the-Border": Distributed Evidence and Emerging Forensic Infrastructure for Identificiation / Amade M'charek 89
5. The Transitional Lives of Crimes against Humanity: Forensic Evidence under Changing Political Circumstances / Antonius C. G. M. Robben and Francisco J. Ferrándiz 110
6. Policing Future Crimes / Mark Maguire 137
7. "Intelligence" and "Evidence": Sovereign Authority and the Differences that Words Make / Gregory Feldman 159
8. The Secrecy/Threat Matrix / Joseph P. Masco 175
9. What Do Your Want? Evidence and Fantasy in the War on Terror / Joseba Zulaika 201
Conclusion: Discontinuities and Diversity / Mark Maguire and Ursula Rao 228