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eBook The Logics of Biopower and the War on Terror: Living, Dying, Surviving ePub

by C. Masters,E. Dauphinee

  • ISBN: 1403974659
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: C. Masters,E. Dauphinee
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; 2007 edition (June 8, 2007)
  • Pages: 252
  • ePub book: 1825 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
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The contributors explores the intellectual, cultural, and political logics of the US-led war on terror and its consequences on lived lives in a range of contexts

The contributors explores the intellectual, cultural, and political logics of the US-led war on terror and its consequences on lived lives in a range of contexts. The book interrogates the ways in which biopolitical practices hinge on political imaginaries and materialities of violence and death. Show all. About the authors. CRISTINA MASTERS is Lecturer in the Department of Political Science at McMaster University.

The contributors explores the intellectual, cultural, and political logics of the US-led war on terror and its consequences on lived lives in a range of contexts.

This book provides insights into aspects of the 'War on Terror' all too easily forgotten or marginalised in mainstream work on international relations. Kimberly Hutchings, Reader in International Relations, London School of Economics"This book offers telling and disturbing insights into how the 'war on terror' works and upon whose bodies it takes effect.

Introduction; . auphinee & . asters PART I: BODIES, LIVES, DEATHS . asters PART I: BODIES, LIVES, DEATHS Crossroads of Death; . Doty Missing Persons: Manhattan, September 2001; . dkins Body Counts: The Biopolitics of Death; . asters Part II: Cinematics, Culture, Aesthetics Responsibility and Terror: Visual Culture and Violence in the Precarious Life; . Tragic Subject of Human Rights; . rford Living, Dying, Surviving; . auphinee show more. This book provides insights into aspects of the 'War on Terror' all too easily forgotten or marginalised in mainstream work on international relations.

Elizabeth Dauphinee; Cristina Masters; International Studies Association. The contributors explores the intellectual, cultural, and political logics of the US-led war on terror and its consequences on lived lives in a range of contexts.

"This volume is a collection of stories about the stories we tell. They are about the ways in which the political is inscribed on human bodies and human lives, and they explore the logics and.

The contributors explores the intellectual, cultural, and political logics of the US-led war on terror and its . Masters, Cristina, Dauphinee, Elizabeth. The book interrogates the ways in which biopolitical practices hinge on political imaginarie. Palgrave MacMillan Us. Book Format.

Introduction; E. Dauphinee & C. Masters PART I: BODIES, LIVES, DEATHS Crossroads of Death; . Tragic Subject of Human Rights; A. Orford Living, Dying, Surviving; E. Dauphinee. Doty Missing Persons: Manhattan, September 2001; J. Edkins Body Counts: The Biopolitics of Death; C. Masters Part II: Cinematics, Culture, Aesthetics Responsibility and Terror: Visual Culture and Violence in the Precarious Life; . Geographic Name: United States Politics and government 2001-2009 Congresses.

Please read Orford, A. ‘Biopolitics and the Tragic Subject of Human Rights', pp. 205-228 (especially). Elizabeth Dauphinee, Cristina Masters, International Studies Association.

and the War on Terror : Living, Dying, Surviving The book interrogates the ways in which biopolitical practices hinge o. .

The Logics of Biopower and the War on Terror : Living, Dying, Surviving.

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The contributors explores the intellectual, cultural, and political logics of the US-led war on terror and its consequences on lived lives in a range of contexts. The book interrogates the ways in which biopolitical practices hinge on political imaginaries and materialities of violence and death.