Affective States: Entanglements, Suspensions, Suspicions

Mateusz Laszczkowski, Madeleine Reeves (red.)

W wydawnictwie Berghahn Books ukazała się nowa książka pod redakcją Mateusza Laszczkowskiego i Madeleine Reeves (University of Manchester), Affective States: Entanglements, Suspensions, Suspicions. Jest to zbiór innowacyjnych tekstów etnograficznych, które rozważają potencjał, ale także ograniczenia, tzw. "zwrotu afektywnego" dla antropologii państwa - pierwsze tego rodzaju opracowanie. 

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In recent years, political and social theory has been transformed by the heterogeneous approaches to feeling and emotion jointly referred to as ‘affect theory’. These range from psychological and social-constructivist approaches to emotion to feminist and post-human perspectives. Covering a wide spectrum of topics and ethnographic contexts—from engineering in the Andes to household rituals in rural China, from South African land restitution to migrant living in Moscow, and from elections in El Salvador to online and offline surveillance among political refugees from Uzbekistan and Eritrea—the chapters in this volume interrogate this ‘affective turn’ through the lens of fine-grained ethnographies of the state. The volume enhances the anthropological understanding of the various ways through which the state comes to be experienced as a visceral presence in social life.

Rok wydania 
2017
ISBN 
978-1-78533-717-8