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Border as method, or, the multiplication of labor / Sandro Mezzadra and Brett Neilson.

By: Mezzadra, Sandro.
Contributor(s): Neilson, Brett.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: JC323 .M49 2013Series: Social text books: Publication: Durham : Duke University Press, 2013Description: xiv, 365 p.ISBN: 9780822354871 (cloth); 082235487X (cloth); 9780822355038 (pbk); 0822355035 (pbk).Subject(s): Boundaries | Borderlands
Contents:
The proliferation of borders; The world as seen from a cab -- What is a border? -- In the borderscape -- Border as method -- Containing labor power -- Fabrica mundi; Shadow lines -- The primitive accumulation of modern cartography -- The pattern of the world -- The trained gorilla and the holy cow --- Continental drift -- Frontiers of capital: The heterogeneity of global spaces -- Modern capitalism and the world market -- Genealogy of the international division of labor -- Transitions of capitalism -- The multiplication of labor -- Figures of labor: Workers of the world -- Taking care -- Financial traders -- Chains that bind, chains that link -- Whose unity? -- In the space of temporal borders : From the tea shop to the bench -- The race for talent -- Detention and deportability -- Internal borders -- Differential inclusion -- The sovereign machine of governmentality : Tough but humane -- Governing the border -- Regime conflicts -- Assemblages of power -- The sovereign machine of governmentality -- Zones, corridors, and postdevelopmental geographies : Corridors and channels -- In the frame -- Last train home? -- Between cognizant and infinity -- Borderzones -- Producing subjects : Stakhanov and us -- The subjects of politics -- Labor / power -- Border struggles -- The labor of translation -- Translating the common : Whose method? -- Articulation, translation, universality -- Bordering the common -- Cooperative, community economies, and the spaces of the common -- In struggle for the common.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 313-346) and index.

The proliferation of borders; The world as seen from a cab -- What is a border? -- In the borderscape -- Border as method -- Containing labor power -- Fabrica mundi; Shadow lines -- The primitive accumulation of modern cartography -- The pattern of the world -- The trained gorilla and the holy cow --- Continental drift -- Frontiers of capital: The heterogeneity of global spaces -- Modern capitalism and the world market -- Genealogy of the international division of labor -- Transitions of capitalism -- The multiplication of labor -- Figures of labor: Workers of the world -- Taking care -- Financial traders -- Chains that bind, chains that link -- Whose unity? -- In the space of temporal borders : From the tea shop to the bench -- The race for talent -- Detention and deportability -- Internal borders -- Differential inclusion -- The sovereign machine of governmentality : Tough but humane -- Governing the border -- Regime conflicts -- Assemblages of power -- The sovereign machine of governmentality -- Zones, corridors, and postdevelopmental geographies : Corridors and channels -- In the frame -- Last train home? -- Between cognizant and infinity -- Borderzones -- Producing subjects : Stakhanov and us -- The subjects of politics -- Labor / power -- Border struggles -- The labor of translation -- Translating the common : Whose method? -- Articulation, translation, universality -- Bordering the common -- Cooperative, community economies, and the spaces of the common -- In struggle for the common.

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