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Spatiality, Sovereignty and Carl Schmitt


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1. Introduction: Geographies of the Nomos Stephen Legg and Alex Vasudevan Part 1: Positions and Concepts: Schmitt Translations notes on translations: Matthew Hannah 2. Forms of modern imperialism in international law Carl Schmitt 1933, Trans Matthew Hannah 3. Grossraum versus universalism: the International Legal Struggle over the Monroe Doctrine Carl Schmitt 1939, Trans Matthew Hannah Part 2: Historical geographies of the nomos 4. Appropriating, Distributing, and Producing Space after 9/11: the Newest Nomos of the Earth? Timothy Luke 5. Echoes of Schmitt among the ideologists of the new American Empire Gerry Kearns 6. Reading Schmitt Geopolitically: Nomos, Territory and Grossraum Stuart Elden 17. "Inter-war spatial chaos"? Imperialism, internationalism and the League of Nations Stephen Legg Part 3: Analytical Geographies of the Nomos 8. Colonial War: Carl Schmitt's Deterritorialization of Enmity Mathew Coleman 9. A New Nomos of Post-Nomos? Multipolarity, Space, and Constituent Power Rory Rowan 10. Carl Schmitt and the Question of Spatial Ontology Claudio Minca 11. Between Nomos and Everyday Life: Securing the Spatial Order of Foucault and Schmitt Peter Rogers Part 4: Responses to the Nomos 12. Remembering Nazi Intellectuals David Atkinson 13. Partisan Space Daniel Clayton 14. The Virtual Nomos? Francois Debrix 15. Pastoral Power Matthew Hannah 16. Mapping Schmitt Michael Heffernan 17. Air Power Nasser Hussain 18. Postcolonialism Julia Lossau 19. Land and Sea Eduardo Mendieta 20. Free Sea Philip E Steinberg 21. No Peace Beyond the Line Peter Stirk 22. The Border Nick Vaughan-Williams 23. Ordnung und Ortung/order and localisation Thalin Zarmanian

About the Author

Stephen Legg is Associate Professor in Geography at the University of Nottingham. He researches twentieth-century colonial India, deploying theoretical insights from literatures addressing governmentality, memory and scale.

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