Dimitris Papadopoulos, Niamh Stephenson, Vassilis Tsianos, “Escape Routes: Control and Subversion in the 21st Century”
Pluto Press | 2008 | ISBN: 0745327788 | 320 pages | PDF | 1,8 MB
Illegal migrants who evade detection, creators of value in insecure and precarious working conditions and those who refuse the constraints of sexual and biomedical classifications: these are the people who manage to subvert power and to craft unexpected sociabilities and experiences. Escape Routes shows how people can escape control and create social change by becoming imperceptible to the political system of Global North Atlantic societies.
Dimitris Papadopoulos teaches social theory at Cardiff University, UK. He is co-editor of the journal Subjectivity and his work has appeared in various journals including Boundary 2; Culture, Theory & Critique; Darkmatter; and Ephemera.
Niamh Stephenson teaches social science at the University of New South Wales, Australia. Her most recent book, Analysing Everyday Experience: Social Research and Political Change (2006), was co-authored with Dimitris Papadopoulos.
Vassilis Tsianos teaches sociology at the University of Hamburg, Germany. He is co-editor of Empire and the Biopolitical Turn (2007) and Turbulent Margins: New Perspectives of Migration in Europe (2007).
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