Anne-Marie Oliver is a cultural theorist, photographer, and documentarian.  Her work has appeared in Critical Inquiry, Public Culture, The New Republic, Salon, Partisan Review, International Journal of Comparative Sociology, and Le Monde diplomatique, among others.  She is co-author of The Road to Martyrs’ Square (Oxford UP, 2004), a Quill Award nominee, the fieldwork for which was supported by the H.F. Guggenheim Foundation. Her current research addresses the relation of visibility to invisibility; surveillance, proto-surveillance, and the experience of time; and notions of the intervention. She has taught at MIT, Georgia Tech, and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and for many years was a visiting research scholar and consultant at Harvard. She is Founding Co-chair of the MA in Critical Theory and Creative Research at the Pacific Northwest College of Art and the Ford Institute for Visual Education and Research Scholar in Global and International Studies at UCSB.