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Genealogies of terrorism : revolution, state violence, empire
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Éditeur Columbia University Press
Année copyright 2018
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Genealogies of terrorism : revolution, state violence, empire
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Description
1 vol. (XIV-281 pages) ; 23 cm
Notes
Bibliogr. p. [235]-263. Index
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Classification Dewey
363.325
Contenu
The trouble with terrorism ; The emergence of terrorism ; State terrorism revisited ; Terrorism and colonialism ; Reimagining terrorism at the end of history ; Towards a critical theory of terrorism: genealogy and normativity
Résumé
La 4e de couv. indique partiellement : "Genealogies of terrorism is an empirically grounded and philosophically rigorous critical history with important political implications. Verena Erlenbusch-Anderson examines what we do when we name something terrorism, investigating the conditions under which uses of this contested term become meaningful and the mechanisms of social and political exclusion that it enables. Tracing discourses and practices of terrorism from the French Revolution to late imperial Russia, colonized Algeria, and the post-9/11 United States, Erlenbusch-Anderson offers a powerful critique of the power relations that shape how we understand and theorize political violence."
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978-0-231-18726-8
0-231-18726-2
978-0-231-18727-5
0-231-18727-0
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