While on a quarter-long professional leave Winter 2019, Andrea Gogröf of Western's Department of Global Humanities and Religions edited a special volume of Pacific Coast Philology entitled Ways of Seeing: Visuality, Visibility and Vision.
This volume includes her article entitled Visibility is a Trap? Dimensions of Surveillance and its Effects on Culture today, which synthesizes her most recent research on surveillance as an unavoidable and paradoxical dimension of modern life.
Pacific Coast Philology is the academic journal affiliated with the Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association, and it is published by Penn State University Press, featuring peer-reviewed essays of interest to scholars in the classical and modern languages, literatures, and cultures. https://www.pamla.org/pacific-coast-philology