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The Resource Biopolitical disaster, edited by Jennifer L. Lawrence and Sarah Marie Wiebe

Biopolitical disaster, edited by Jennifer L. Lawrence and Sarah Marie Wiebe

Label
Biopolitical disaster
Title
Biopolitical disaster
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jennifer L. Lawrence and Sarah Marie Wiebe
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Dewey number
304.2
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Lawrence, Jennifer L
  • Wiebe, Sarah Marie
Series statement
Interventions
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  • Biopolitics
  • Political ecology
  • Disasters
  • Environmental disasters
Label
Biopolitical disaster, edited by Jennifer L. Lawrence and Sarah Marie Wiebe
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of contributors; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Living with disaster; Biopolitical disaster: investigating the entanglements of life and death; A conversation on biopolitical disaster; The structure of the book; References; PART I: Commodifying crisis; 1. Manufacturing biopolitical disaster: Instrumental (ir)rationality and the Deepwater Horizon disaster; Disaster (in)formation; Dispersing biopolitical disaster; Challenging the governance of biopolitical disaster; References
  • 2. Disaster biopolitics and the crisis economyIntroduction; Theorizing a crisis economy; Catastrophe insurance; Community-based disaster management; Conclusions: mapping the crisis economy; Note; References; 3. Lives as half-life: The nuclear condition and biopolitical disaster; Introduction; The landscapes of nuclearity; Nuclearity now; Nuclear test subjectivity; Nuclear site subjectivity; Conclusions; References; 4. Even natural disasters are unlikely to slow us down ... ; Foucault on de-statification as the historical trajectory of liberal governmentality
  • The CSER movement as handmaiden for the de-statification of governmentalityEven natural disasters are unlikely to slow us down": embedding sustainable logistics within the biopolitics of disaster; The biopolitics of disaster and the sustainable logistics industry's interest in de-statifying liberal government; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; PART II: Governmentalities of disaster; 5. The governmentality of disaster resilience; Two tropes; The "art" of disaster resilience; From praxis to poiesis; Contesting the narrative; Conclusion: what's next?; Notes; References
  • 6. Catastrophe and catastrophic thoughtThe catastrophe in the mind; Catastrophe; Catastrophic thought; Conclusion: notes for a dispositif of catastrophism; Notes; References; 7. Politics of re-radicalizing the deracinated as invasive species: Human displacement, environmental disasters of state enclosures, and the irradicability of biodiversity; The environment of the state versus the state of nature: the radicalization of political life; Externalizing environmental disaster through the deracination of others
  • The production of biopolitical disaster by state formations out of "environmental refugees"The irradicable biodiversity of human life on the move; References; PART III: Affected bodies; 8. Emergency life and indigenous resistance: Seeing biopolitical disaster through the prism of political ecology; A prismatic political ecology lens; Everyday disaster; Attawapiskat; Aamjiwnaang; Pacheedaht; Moving forward: resistance, resurgence and radical democracy; References; Appendix A: Declaration of Commitment; 9. Marginally managed: "Letting die" and fighting back in the oil sands; Introduction
Control code
ocn992732700
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317216292
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)992732700
Label
Biopolitical disaster, edited by Jennifer L. Lawrence and Sarah Marie Wiebe
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of contributors; Foreword; Acknowledgements; Introduction: Living with disaster; Biopolitical disaster: investigating the entanglements of life and death; A conversation on biopolitical disaster; The structure of the book; References; PART I: Commodifying crisis; 1. Manufacturing biopolitical disaster: Instrumental (ir)rationality and the Deepwater Horizon disaster; Disaster (in)formation; Dispersing biopolitical disaster; Challenging the governance of biopolitical disaster; References
  • 2. Disaster biopolitics and the crisis economyIntroduction; Theorizing a crisis economy; Catastrophe insurance; Community-based disaster management; Conclusions: mapping the crisis economy; Note; References; 3. Lives as half-life: The nuclear condition and biopolitical disaster; Introduction; The landscapes of nuclearity; Nuclearity now; Nuclear test subjectivity; Nuclear site subjectivity; Conclusions; References; 4. Even natural disasters are unlikely to slow us down ... ; Foucault on de-statification as the historical trajectory of liberal governmentality
  • The CSER movement as handmaiden for the de-statification of governmentalityEven natural disasters are unlikely to slow us down": embedding sustainable logistics within the biopolitics of disaster; The biopolitics of disaster and the sustainable logistics industry's interest in de-statifying liberal government; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; PART II: Governmentalities of disaster; 5. The governmentality of disaster resilience; Two tropes; The "art" of disaster resilience; From praxis to poiesis; Contesting the narrative; Conclusion: what's next?; Notes; References
  • 6. Catastrophe and catastrophic thoughtThe catastrophe in the mind; Catastrophe; Catastrophic thought; Conclusion: notes for a dispositif of catastrophism; Notes; References; 7. Politics of re-radicalizing the deracinated as invasive species: Human displacement, environmental disasters of state enclosures, and the irradicability of biodiversity; The environment of the state versus the state of nature: the radicalization of political life; Externalizing environmental disaster through the deracination of others
  • The production of biopolitical disaster by state formations out of "environmental refugees"The irradicable biodiversity of human life on the move; References; PART III: Affected bodies; 8. Emergency life and indigenous resistance: Seeing biopolitical disaster through the prism of political ecology; A prismatic political ecology lens; Everyday disaster; Attawapiskat; Aamjiwnaang; Pacheedaht; Moving forward: resistance, resurgence and radical democracy; References; Appendix A: Declaration of Commitment; 9. Marginally managed: "Letting die" and fighting back in the oil sands; Introduction
Control code
ocn992732700
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317216292
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)992732700

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