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Michael J. Shapiro


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Introduction: Revealing the Interpretations that Change the World: The Writings of Michael J. Shapiro Part 1: Discourse: Language, Power, Critique 1. Metaphor in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences 2. Politicizing Ulysses: Rationalistic, Critical and Genealogical Commentaries 3. Language and Power: The Spaces of Critical Interpretation 4. Globalization and the Politics of Discourse Part 2: Culture: Interpretation, Genre, Politics 5. "Manning" the Frontiers: The Politics of (Human) Nature in Blade Runner 6. Literary Geography and Sovereign Violence: Resisting Tocqueville's Family Romance 7. Composing America Part 3: Violence: Bodies, Maps Wars 8. Warring Bodies and Bodies Politic: Tribal versus State Societies 9. Samuel Huntingdon's Moral Geography 10. The New Violent Cartography 11. An Interview with Michael J. Shapiro

About the Author

Terrell Carver is Professor of Political Theory at the University of Bristol, UK. He has published extensively on theoretical and substantive issues relevant to Marx, Engels and Marxism, and to sex, gender and sexuality. Samuel A. Chambers is Associate Professor at The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA. He writes broadly in contemporary thought, including work on language and media, popular culture and the politics of gender and sexuality. Michael J. Shapiro is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Hawaii. Among his publications are Methods and Nations: Cultural Governance and the Indigenous Subject (2004), Deforming American Political Though: Ethnicity, Facticity, and Genre (2006) and Cinematic Geopolitics (2009).

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