Biopolitics and Capital

@article{Kierans2015BiopoliticsAC,
  title={Biopolitics and Capital},
  author={C. Kierans},
  journal={Body & Society},
  year={2015},
  volume={21},
  pages={42 - 65}
}
Organ transplantation has been central to debates on medical technologies and their complex biopolitical consequences, new forms of medical governance and new opportunities for capital. Attending to transplantation has also opened up new ways of thinking about, acting on and living ‘in’ the body, raising important questions about what it means to be embodied under particular cultural conditions. The specific ways in which a technology like transplantation puts the body parts of some at the… Expand
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