see the first and second issues of Critical Studies on Security, thanks to David Grondin at Militainment and the National Security State
As Kyle Grayson writes:
The aim of the journal is to:
publish theoretically informed scholarship that engages with the practices and politics of security. Our primary objective is to provide a forum for pioneering work from across the range of disciplines – and from any of the critical social theoretical positions – that engages with, and problematises, the concepts and/or practices of security.
I cannot emphasise enough our desire to become an outlet for critical geographers, sociologists, international studies, media studies, cultural studies, and gender studies scholars who are interested in issues of security broadly defined.