Table of contents for Indefensible space : the architecture of the national insecurity state / by Michael Sorkin.

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Indefensible Space: The Architecture of the National Insecurity State
Michael Sorkin, Editor
Table of Contents
Introduction: The Fear Factor, Michael Sorkin	
1.	Cities and The War on Terror, Stephen Graham
2.	Empire of the Insensate, Steven Flusty
3.	Urban Operations and Network Centric Warfare, M. Christine Boyer
4.	Planet America: Empire¿s New Land Grab, Mark Gillem
5.	Waiting In African Cities, AbdouMaliq Simone
6.	Border Tours: Strategies of Surveillance, Tactics of Encroachment, Teddy Cruz
7.	Re-Stating The Obvious, Ruth Wilson Gilmore and Craig Gilmore
8.	The Threat From Within: Protecting the Indefensible From the Indeterminate, Kathi Holt-Diamant
9.	Blank Slates and Disaster Zones: The State, September 11, and the Displacement of Chinatown, Laura Liu
10.	Back to Zero: Mourning In America, Michael Sorkin 
11.	The New Emotions of Home: Fear Insecurity and Paranoia, Setha Low
12.	Stage Authenticity Today, Dean MacCannell
13.	Architecture Emblematic: Hardened Sites and Softened Symbols, Trevor Boddy
14.	Me And My Monkey: What¿s Hiding in the Security State, Cindi Katz
15.	Thanatotactics, Eyal Weizman
16.	A Short History of the Car Bomb, Mike Davis
Contributors Notes

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Terrorism -- United States -- Prevention.
National security -- United States.
Civil defense -- United States.
War on Terrorism, 2001-.
United States -- Defenses -- Public opinion.
Fear -- Social aspects -- United States.
Paranoia -- Social aspects -- United States.