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Author Agathangelou, Anna M

Title Time, Temporality and Violence in International Relations : (De)fatalizing the Present, Forging Radical Alternatives
Published Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016


Description 1 online resource (366 pages)
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Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Contributor biographies; Introduction: Of time and temporality in world politics; 1 International relations as a vulnerable space: A conversation with Fanon and Hartman about temporality and violence; SECTION I Contemporary problematics: Tensions, slavery, colonization and accumulation; 2 Time, technology, and the imperial eye: Perdition on the road to redemption in international relations theory; 3 The social life of social death: On afro-pessimism and black optimism
4 Temporality and insecurity in international practices5 Doing time in the (psychic) commons: Black insurgency and the unconscious; 6 Outside of time: Salvage ethnography, self-representation and performing culture; 7 Impolitical mandate: De-fatalizing a port city; 8 The productive ambivalences of post-revolutionary time: Discourse, aesthetics, and the political subject of the Palestinian present; SECTION II Neoliberal temporalities; 9 Migrant day laborers, the violence of work, and the politics of time; 10 Atemporal dwelling: Heterotopias of homelessness in contemporary Japan
11 Child's play: Temporal discourse, counterpower, and environmental politics12 Childhood, redemption and the prosaics of waiting; 13 Temporalizing security: Securing the citizen, insecuring the immigrant in the Mediterranean; 14 Killing time: Writing the temporality of global politics; 15 Hurricane Katrina and bio-temporalities: Media representations of 'environmental' disasters; 16 Re-Imagining the anonymous city: Defatalizing the digital present through analog photography; SECTION III Poetic interventions for social transformation; 17 Freedom telling on time: The Arab Revolt's poems
18 Poetry: Blunt Balm and Dust to Dust19 From the Bed & Breakfast Notebooks; Bibliography; Index
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Subject International relations -- Philosophy.
Time -- Sociological aspects.
Violence -- Social aspects
International relations -- Philosophy.
Time -- Sociological aspects.
Violence -- Social aspects.
Form Electronic book
Author Killian, Kyle D
ISBN 9781134670833