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Performativity, Politics, and the Production of Social Space

Author: Michael R Glass; Reuben Rose-Redwood
Publisher: New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis, 2014.
Series: Routledge studies in human geography, 51.
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Theories of performativity have garnered considerable attention within the social sciences and humanities over the past two decades. At the same time, there has also been a growing recognition that the social production of space is fundamental to assertions of political authority and the practices of everyday life. However, comparatively little scholarship has explored the full implications that arise from the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Performativity. Glass and Reuben Rose-Redwood, politics, and the production of social space.
New York : Routledge 2014
(OCoLC)871238305
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Michael R Glass; Reuben Rose-Redwood
ISBN: 9781136208096 1136208097 9781136208102 1136208100
OCLC Number: 869093847
Notes: Street Naming as Foreign Policy: Pan-Americanism and the Good Neighbor Come to Sixth Avenue.
Description: 1 online resource (564 pages).
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Figures; Preface; Acknowledgments; 1. Introduction: Geographies of Performativity; Introduction: Performativity, Space, Politics; The Multiple Lives of Performativity: Rearticulations of the Performative Turn; Intermezzo-Austin's Ghost, Spaces of Authority, and the Dreamland of Sovereign Performativity; Enacting Performative Geographies; "Taking Butler Elsewhere": Performing the Spaces of Gendered Identities and Sexed Subjectivities. Rematerializing Performativity: Non-Representational Theories of Embodied PracticesPerforming the Economy: Geographies of Economic Performativity; Political Geographies of Performativity and the Social Production of Space; Performing the Edited Collection; Notes; References; Part I: Taking Performativity Elsewhere; 2. Taking Butler Elsewhere: Performativities, Spatialities, and Subjectivities; Introduction; Performance, Performativity, and Power: Some Critical Possibilities; The Complicated Relations of Performativity; Reflections; Acknowledgments; Notes; References. 3. Engaging Butler: Subjects, Cernment, and the Ongoing Limits of PerformativityPerformativity: Gender Trouble (1990) and Bodies That Matter (1993); Butler Beyond Performativity; Performativity in Geography Circa 2012; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; Notes; References; 4. Performativity and Antagonism as Keystones for a Political Geography of Change; Introducing Political Change in Ecuador; Thinking Performative Spaces of Politics through Antagonism; Hegemonic Spaces of Politics; Constructing Hegemonic Spaces of Politics in the Andes; Contesting Hegemony. Performing Antagonism in Chimborazo's Local PoliticsOpen up possibilities? The Utopia of Agonism; Interculturalidad-An Example for Agonistic Politics?; Conclusion; Acknowledgments; Notes; References; 5. Performativity, Events, and Becoming-Stateless; Introduction; Performativity, Events, Becomings; The Performative Estonian Nation-State and the Condition of Statelessness; Becoming-Stateless in Estonia; Estonia's "Bronze Night"; The Problem of Integration; The Problem of Statelessness; Conclusions; Acknowledgments; Notes; References; Part II: Performativity, Space, and Politics. 6. Disentangling Property, Performing SpaceDisentangled, not Disembedded; Accurate, not True; Disentangled, not Separate; Hard, not Easy; Enrolled, not Solitary; Uncertain, not Preordained; Failure, not Success?; Conclusion: Performing Property's Geographies; Notes; References; 7. "Sixth Avenue is Now a Memory": Regimes of Spatial Inscription and the Performative Limits of the Official City-Text; Introduction: Naming as a Performative Practice; Performativity, Contingency, and Spatial Politics; Regimes of Spatial Inscription: Street Naming and the Performative Spaces of Political Utterances.
Series Title: Routledge studies in human geography, 51.
Responsibility: edited by Michael R. Glass and Reuben Rose-Redwood.

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Theories of performativity have garnered considerable attention within the social sciences and humanities over the past two decades. At the same time, there has also been a growing recognition that the social production of space is fundamental to assertions of political authority and the practices of everyday life. However, comparatively little scholarship has explored the full implications that arise from the confluence of these two streams of social and political thought. This is the first book-length, edited collection devoted explicitly to showcasing geographical scholarship on the spat.

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