Aleatory Sovereignty and the Rule of Sensitive Spaces

@article{Dunn2014AleatorySA,
  title={Aleatory Sovereignty and the Rule of Sensitive Spaces},
  author={E. Dunn and J. Cons},
  journal={Antipode},
  year={2014},
  volume={46},
  pages={92-109}
}
Addressing life in borders and refugee camps requires understanding the way these spaces are ruled, the kinds of problems rule poses for the people who live there, and the abilities of inhabitants to remake their own lives. Recent literature on such spaces has been influenced by Agamben's notion of sovereignty, which reduces these spaces and their residents to abstractions. We propose an alternate framework focused on what we call aleatory sovereignty, or rule by chance. This allows us to see… Expand
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