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Corp Author International Studies Association. Annual Convention (46th : 2005 : Honolulu, Hawaii)
Title The logics of biopower and the war on terror : living, dying, surviving / edited by Elizabeth Dauphinee, Cristina Masters.
Imprint New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.

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Subject War on Terrorism, 2001-2009 -- Social aspects -- United States -- Congresses.
Violence -- Political aspects -- United States -- Congresses.
Biopolitics -- United States -- Congresses.
Popular culture -- Political aspects -- United States -- Congresses.
United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-2009 -- Congresses.
United States -- Social conditions -- 1980- -- Congresses.
Alt Name Dauphinee, Elizabeth,
Masters, Cristina, 1974-
Description 1 online resource (xix, 252 pages)
Contents Cover; Half-Title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction: Living, Dying, Surviving I; Part I Bodies, Lives, Deaths; 1 Crossroads of Death; 2 Missing Persons: Manhattan, September 2001; 3 Body Counts: The Biopolitics of Death; Part II Cinematics, Culture, Aesthetics; 4 Responsibility and Terror: Visual Culture and Violence in the Precarious Life; 5 Persistence of Memory? The (New) Surrealism of American Security Policy; 6 Securitizing the Unconscious: The Bush Doctrine of Preemption and Minority Report; 7 The Biopolitics of Security: Oil, Empire, and the Sports Utility Vehicle.
Part III Regulation, Securitization, Preemption8 Sovereign Contradictions: Maher Arar and the Indefinite Future; 9 Abject Spaces: Frontiers, Zones, Camps; 10 Biopolitics and the Tragic Subject of Human Rights; 11 Living, Dying, Surviving II; Contributor Biographical Information; Index.
Summary 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.
Note Online resource; title from title details screen (SpringerLink, viewed September 28, 2016).
ISBN 9781137043795 (electronic bk.)
1137043792 (electronic bk.)
9781349737291 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-1-137-04379-5
OCLC # 959385123
Additional Format Print version: 1403974659 9781403974655 (DLC) 2006048569 (OCoLC)70129245