Deleuzian Encounters: Studies in Contemporary Social Issues by A. Hickey-moodyDeleuzian Encounters: Studies in Contemporary Social Issues by A. Hickey-moody

Deleuzian Encounters: Studies in Contemporary Social Issues

byA. Hickey-moodyEditorP. Malins

Hardcover | November 13, 2007

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This book contains accessible, thought-provoking essays on the practical and ethical implications of Deleuze's philosophy for various contemporary social issues. Contributions provide practical suggestions for using Deleuze's thought in social research, and offer new insights into the potential of Deleuze's philosophy for social thought and action.
CHRISTA ALBRECHT-CRANE Assistant Professor of English, Utah Valley State College, USA SIMONE BIGNALL just completed her Doctorate in Philosophy, University of Sydney, Australia GRAEME CHESTERS Senior Research Fellow and Deputy Director of the International Centre of Participation Studies, Department of Peace Studies, University of Br...
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Title:Deleuzian Encounters: Studies in Contemporary Social IssuesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:270 pages, 8.5 × 5.51 × 0.94 inPublished:November 13, 2007Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230506925

ISBN - 13:9780230506923

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Table of Contents

Preface; P.Patton Introduction: Gilles Deleuze and Four Movements in Social Thought; A.Hickey-Moody & P.Malins PART I: POLITICS BEYOND IDENTITY A Politics of Non-Being; G.Flaxman The Revolutionary Dividual; J.Roffe Intersex: Between Law and Nature; E.Mussawir Deleuze and Suicide; A.Woodward PART II: ETHICO-AESTHETICS Intellectual Disability, Sensation and Thinking Through Affect; A.Hickey- Moody Toward a Pedagogy of Affect; C.Albrecht-Crane & J.D.Slack Sensing Beyond Security; E.Manning Affective Terrorism; F.Colman PART III: SOCIO-SPATIALITY Molar Ecology: What Can the (Full) Body of an Eco-Tourist Do?; M.Halsey City Folds: Injecting Drug Use and Urban Space; P.Malins Holey Space and the Smooth and Striated Body of the Refugee; H.Frichot Microsociology and the Ritual Event; K.Dean & T.Lamarre PART IV: GLOBAL SCHIZOPHRENIA Indigenous Peoples and a Deleuzian Theory of Practice; S.Bignall Deleuze and the Tale of Two Intifadas; T.May The Autonomy of Migration: Animals of Undocumented Mobility; D.Papadopoulos & V.Tsianos Complex and Minor: Deleuze and Alter-Globalization Movements; G.Chesters Index

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'Books like this one are urgently needed. With this strong collection Anna Hickey-Moody and Peta Malins have taken to heart Deleuze's advice that the effort to create concepts must always start with concrete and simple situations. The two editors succeed, with the help of contributors from a variety of disciplines and venues of research, to give us a valuable, novel and persuasive demonstration of the kind of social analysis and political intervention that Deleuze's resourcefulness is capable of bringing about. This volume will be appreciated for its new and challenging perspectives on social issues of current concern.' Constantin V. Boundas, Professor Emeritus, Philosophy and Center for Theory, Culture and Politics, Trent University, Ontario, Canada'This timely volume is an antidote to the waning of philosophical theory in social thought. It demonstrates how to study contemporary social issues through Deleuze and Guattari's philosophy, putting to work their key concepts on some of the most pressing issues and challenges of our time. The assembled essays boldly step beyond identity politics, producing a subjective, affective, socially informed ethics adapted to urban and remote rural locations, and plot escape routes from the axiomatization of everything in the time of immaterial labour. Editors Anna Hickey-Moody and Peta Malins and their impressive list of contributors show how theory as practice is a necessary ingredient for social change. Deleuzian Encounters is a rallying point for socially-minded theorists who have not forgotten that the point of philosophy is to change the world.' - Gary Genosko, Canada Research Chair, Lakehead University, Canada