Video commentary: what is visual citizenship?


About Jennifer E. Telesca

Doctoral candidate at New York University, where she studies law and diplomacy in action. Her ethnography Red Gold: On the Global Politics of Regulating Marine Life opens the black box of global governance, taking the prized bluefin tuna as material to explain how oceans are governed, by whom, for whom, and according to what values and logics. A chapter in the edited volume The New Public Good: Affects and Techniques of Flexible Bureaucracies (Berghahn, forthcoming) details some of her findings. Grant agencies such as the Horowitz Foundation for Social Policy have supported her research.