- Title Pages
- List of Figures
- Series Editors’ Preface
- Notes on Contributors
- Introduction The Long Cold War
- Chapter 1 The Future: RAND, Brand and Dangerous to Know
- Chapter 2 Simulate, Optimise, Partition: Algorithmic Diagrams of Pattern Recognition from 1953 Onwards
- Chapter 3 Impulsive Synchronisation: A Conversation on Military Technologies and Audiovisual Arts
- Chapter 4 The Meaning of Monte Bello
- Chapter 5 Deep Geological Disposal and Radioactive Time: Beckett, Bowen, Nirex and Onkalo
- Chapter 6 Shifting the Nuclear Imaginary: Art and the Flight from Nuclear Modernity
- Chapter 7 Alchemical Transformations? Fictions of the Nuclear State after 1989
- Chapter 8 ‘The Very Form of Perverse Artificial Societies’: The Unstable Emergence of the Network Family from its Cold War Nuclear Bunker
- Chapter 9 The Signal-Haunted Cold War: Persistence of the SIGINT Ontology
- Chapter 10 ‘Bulk Surveillance’, or The Elegant Technicities of Metadata
- Chapter 11 Notes from the Underground: Microwaves, Backbones, Party Lines and the Post Office Tower
- Chapter 12 Insect Technics: War Vision Machines
- Chapter 13 Overt Research
- Chapter 14 Smart Dust and Remote Sensing: The Political Subject in Autonomous Systems
- Cold War Legacies
- Edinburgh University Press
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