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The Logic of Sovereignty and the Agency of the Refugee: Recovering the Political from ‘Bare Life’
Giorgio Agamben’s Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life is a critical discussion of the logic of sovereignty and the production of refugees in the contemporary international system. However I will argue in this paper ...
Reflections on a Past That is Always Present
I am building my career on the loss of a man named Stojan Sokolovic (and on the loss of many millions of others, that is to say, Others, who may or may not resemble him). And one night, he told me: "You write about violence ...
Toward a Socio-Historical Theory of Persecution and an Analytical Concept of Genocide
I will try, in Part I, to recast the peculiar development of the theorisation of this concept and explain how this development has conditioned the different cognitive frameworks through which we think about genocide. The ...