Francis Dodsworth

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Recent Foucaultian work on ‘governmentality’ posits a distinction between two ‘rationalities’ of government: ‘police’ and ‘liberalism’. The former is closely associated with the idea of order, produced through constant and detailed intervention in public life. The latter is associated with freedom and the insulation of the social and economic spheres from(More)
Collaboration is often put forward as a programmatic ideal, or invoked as an antidote to conventional research methods in the humanities and social sciences. Collaboration also increasingly features in the lexicon of ‘innovation’, ‘interdisciplinarity’, ‘partnership’, ‘engagement’ and ‘impact’ that accompanies the restructuring of Higher Education as well(More)
I Recent years have seen considerable interest in the idea of “police” in the eighteenth century. 1 “Police” in this archaic sense did not mean a uniformed force employed by the state to govern law and order, it implied a much more general system of government, the task of which was to regulate broad aspects of communal existence with the aim of(More)
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