Dr Mark LacySenior Lecturer
PPR 221 Understanding Security and Global Politcs
PPR 325 The Politics of Global Danger
PPR 100 Politics and Governance in the Contemporary World
Digital Technologies, cities and police/protest
Digital Geopolitics and Conflict outside the West
Post 9/11 Security: intellectual responses and controversies
Acceleration, society and security
In 2014 my book Security, Technology and Global Politics: Thinking with Virilio was published. The book examines the work of Paul Virilio, a French urbanist and philosopher who has written since the 1970s on war, security, cities and politics: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415576048/
My current research projects are:
Cyberwar/Cybersecurity. I am currently writing a book on new perspectives on cyberwar with Dr Daniel Prince.
'Event Management': new technologies and urban conflict in Dhaka. This project examines the new terrains of policing and protest in Bangladesh. The project is based primarily on interviews and fieldwork in Dhaka. The first fieldwork trip took place in January 2014.
21st Century Sieges. I am interested examining how sieges might be changing in the contemporary world - in terms of both their impact on civilians and in possible broader impacts on international relations and the global economy, examining the changing character of technology, economy and politics in the contemporary siege.
Ambiguous/Hybrid war. Iam interested in the changing character of geopolitics, war and international relations and the emergence of debates over 'ambiguous war' - with particular emphasis on the 'cyber' aspects of new types of conflict.
I am theme lead for Security Futures: Security Futures is an interdisciplinary space to examine the ethical, economic, legal and technical implications of new technologies - to identify new areas of research and to examine the optimism or fear in debates over emerging trends and moral panics about new technologies.
I am the lead editor in the Routledge book series, Conflict, Security and Technology: http://www.routledge.com/books/series/CST/
PhD Supervision Interests
Critical security studiesEuropean social theory Digital geo-politics
Lacy, M.J. 2016 In: Histories of violence. Zed
The future of maritime cyber security
Fitton, O., Prince, D., Germond, B., Lacy, M. 23/01/2015 Lancaster : Lancaster University. 36 p.
Security, technology and global politics: thinking with Virilio
Lacy, M.J. 2015 London : Routledge. 168 p. ISBN: 9780415576048.
Cyber operations in the maritime environment
Fitton, O., Germond, B., Lacy, M., Prince, D. 08/2014
The future of digital disrupters: rethinking the digital divide
Lacy, M., Prince, D. 12/06/2013 Lancaster : Lancaster University. 46 p.
Securing by design
Weber, C., Lacy, M. 07/2011 In: Review of International Studies. 37, 3, p. 1021-1043. 23 p.
Intellectuals, international relations and the constant emergency
Lacy, M. 2011 In: Third World Quarterly. 32, 9, p. 1673-1690. 18 p.
Designer Security: Control Society and MoMA's SAFE: Design Takes on Risk
Lacy, M. 04/2008 In: Security Dialogue. 39, 2-3, p. 333-357. 25 p.
A History of Violence: Mearsheimer and Walt's Writings from ‘An Unnecessary War’ to the ‘Israel Lobby’ Controversy
Lacy, M. 2008 In: Geopolitics. 13, 1, p. 100-119. 20 p.
Introducion: the excess of information.
Lacy, M.J. 2006 In: Global politics in the information age. Manchester : Manchester University Press p. 1-20. 20 p. ISBN: 0719067944.
Security and Climitae Change: International Relations and the Limits of Realism.
Lacy, M.J. 2005 Routledge. 176 p. ISBN: 0415324084.
War, Cinema and Moral Anxiety.
Lacy, M.J. 1/03/2003 In: Alternatives. 28, 5, p. 611-636. 26 p.
Deconstructing risk society.
Lacy, M.J. 2002 In: Environmental Politics. 11, 4, p. 42-62. 21 p.
Cinema and ecopolitics : existence in the Jurassic Park.
Lacy, M.J. 12/2001 In: Millennium : Journal of International Studies. 30, 3, p. 635-645. 11 p.
Andrew Light (ed.) Social ecology after bookchin.
Lacy, M.J. 2001 In: Environmental Ethics. 23
Zygmunt Bauman, liquid modernity.
Lacy, M.J. 2001 In: The Global Site.
Timothy W. Luke Capitalism, democracy and ecology : departing from Marx.
Lacy, M.J. 2000 In: Environmental Ethics. 22
Maritime Cyber Security
01/06/2014 → …
Future of International Law and Cyber Warfare (Funded by SECURITY FUTURES)
17/07/2013 → 19/07/2013