James Burton reviews ‘Forensis’

The November 2014 edition of Theory, Culture & Society carried a review from James Burton of Forensis: 

“In the contemporary world, environmental transformation, globalization and the digital mediatization of virtually every aspect of human existence, seem both materially and symbolically to demand that we see and make connections between everything and everything else. Yet this same hyper–connectivity becomes an obstacle whenever we need to demonstrate—and thus intervene in—the causes of violent effects.

Read the full article here.