Professor Andrew Hoskins is an Interdisciplinary Research Professor of Global Security at the University of Glasgow. He currently holds an AHRC Research Fellowship on ‘Technologies of Memory’, which investigates the cultural and organizational memory of warfare through war diaries before and after the connective turn. ( see http://archivesofwar.com/ )
Andrew’s research connects multiple aspects of emergent digital society: media, memory, conflict, security, and privacy to explore holistically the interplay and impact of contemporary media and memory ecologies.
His latest major book is a collaboration with Professor John Tulloch: Risk and Hyperconnectivity: Media and Memories of Neoliberalism (Oxford University Press, 2015). Hoskins and Tulloch argue for an interdisciplinary dialogue between the three major intellectual paradigms that have dealt separately with risk events: risk theory, neoliberalization theory and connectivity theory.
Andrew is founding Editor-in-Chief of the Sage journal of Memory Studies, founding Co-Editor of the Palgrave Macmillan book series Memory Studies and founding Co-Editor of the Routledge book series Media, War & Security.
He also leads the Economic and Social Research Council Google Data Analytics Project: ‘The Role of Internet Search in Elections in Established and Challenged Democracies’ (http://voterecology.com).
Hoskins, A. and O’Loughlin, B. (2015) ‘Arrested War: the third phase of mediatization’, Information, Communication & Society, DOI: 10.1080/1369118X.2015.1068350.
Hoskins, A. and Holdsworth, A. (2015) ‘Media Archaeology of/in the Museum’ in Henning, M. (Ed.) Museum Media, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp.23-41.
Al-Lami, M., Hoskins, A. and O’Loughlin, B. (2012) Mobilisation and violence in the new media ecology: the Dua Khalil Aswad and Camilia Shehata cases. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 5(2), pp. 237-256.
Akil, A., Hoskins, A., and O’Loughlin, B. (2011) Radicalisation and Media: Connectivity and Terrorism in the New Media Ecology. Series: Media war and security. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780415550352
Hoskins, A., and O’Loughlin, B. (2011) Remediating jihad for Western news audiences: the renewal of gatekeeping? Journalism: Theory, Practice and Criticism, 12(2), pp. 199-216.(doi:10.1177/1464884910388592)
Prentice, S., Taylor, P.J., Rayson, P., Hoskins, A.., and O’Loughlin, B.(2011) Analyzing the semantic content and persuasive composition of extremist media: a case study of texts produced during the Gaza conflict. Information Systems Frontiers, 13(1), pp. 61-73.(doi:10.1007/s10796-010-9272-y)
Hoskins, A. (2011) 7/7 and connective memory: interactional trajectories of remembering in post-scarcity culture. Memory Studies, 4(3), pp. 269-280. (doi:10.1177/1750698011402570)
Hoskins, A. (2011) Media, memory, metaphor: remembering and the connective turn. Parallax, 17(4), pp. 19-31.(doi:10.1080/13534645.2011.605573)
O’Loughlin, B., Boudeau, C., and Hoskins, A.. (2011) Distancing the extraordinary: audience understandings of discourses of ‘radicalization’. Journal of Media and Cultural Studies, 25(2), pp. 153-
Hoskins, A., and O’Loughlin, B. (2010) War and Media: the Emergence of Diffused War. Polity: Cambridge. ISBN 9780745638492
Hoskins, A., and O’Loughlin, B. (2010) Security journalism and ‘the mainstream’ in Britain since 7/7: translating terror but inciting violence? International Affairs, 86(4), pp. 903-924.(doi:10.1111/j.1468-2346.2010.00919.x)
Brown, S., and Hoskins, A. (2010) Terrorism in the new memory ecology: mediating and remembering the 2005 London Bombings.Behavioural Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, 2(2), pp. 87-107. (doi:10.1080/19434471003597399)
Gillespie, M., Gow, J., and Hoskins, A. (2010) Shifting securities: news cultures, multicultural society and legitimacy. Ethnopolitics, 9(2), pp. 239-253. (doi:10.1080/17449051003764848 )