By Angus Cameron, Jen Dickinson and Nicola Smith (eds)
Physique and kingdom brings jointly unique essays addressing a variety of points of the evolving interplay among our bodies and states. whereas each one essay has assorted empirical and/or theoretical concentration, authors contemplate a couple of overlapping subject matters to understand the state's engagement with, and hindrance approximately, our bodies. Divided into 5 components, the 1st half, 'Bodies changed and Divided' considers how the construction, rules, policing and upkeep of borders (physical, social, sexual, political, non secular, etc.) are used to allow or constrain the actual (re)shaping of the physique. half , 'Capital Bodies', extends the state's situation with the flows of our bodies that make up the state to think about how they're enrolled within the complicated constructions of capitalist trade that shape the root for preserving and contesting a suite of relationships among states and markets. half 3, 'Deviance and Resistance', examines either how states search to self-discipline ‘non-normal’ our bodies and appreciates the ability of alterations within the socio-cultural that means and nature of our bodies to withstand and/or get away states. half 4, ‘Sovereignty and Surveillance’, develops issues of deviancy and resistance by way of contemplating the impression of latest applied sciences either at the intimate regulatory succeed in of states into and throughout our bodies and at the nature of embodiment itself. ultimately, half 5, ‘The physique Virtual’, examines the impression of latest applied sciences and on-line areas either at the intimate regulatory achieve of states into and throughout our bodies and at the nature of embodiment itself. A various choice of essays that tackle vital and complicated subject matters in a readable and artistic manner.
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