Bodies of violence theorizing embodied subjects in international relations

Chapter 1: Bodies, Subjects, and Violence in International Relations 17. - Chapter 2: Dying is Not Permitted: Guantánamo Bay and the Liberal Subject of IR 49. - Chapter 3: Explosive Bodies: Suicide Bombing as an Embodied Practice and the Politics of Abjection 80. - Chapter 4: Crossing Borders, Secur...

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Main Author: Wilcox, Lauren B. (Author)
Format: Print Book
Language:English
Published: New York; NY Oxford University Press [2015]
Online Access: Table of Contents
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Summary:Chapter 1: Bodies, Subjects, and Violence in International Relations 17. - Chapter 2: Dying is Not Permitted: Guantánamo Bay and the Liberal Subject of IR 49. - Chapter 3: Explosive Bodies: Suicide Bombing as an Embodied Practice and the Politics of Abjection 80. - Chapter 4: Crossing Borders, Securing Bodies: Airport Security Assemblages and Bodies of Information 104. - Chapter 5: Body Counts: The Politics of Embodiment in Precision Warfare 131. - Chapter 6: Vulnerable Bodies and "Responsibility to Protect" 166
Physical Description:252 Seiten Reg., Lit. S. 213-234
ISBN:9780199384488