Rethinking Enclosure: Space, Subjectivity and the Commons

@article{Jeffrey2012RethinkingES,
  title={Rethinking Enclosure: Space, Subjectivity and the Commons},
  author={A. Jeffrey and C. Mcfarlane and A. Vasudevan},
  journal={Antipode},
  year={2012},
  volume={44},
  pages={1247-1267}
}
Abstract:  While concepts of “enclosure” and the “commons” are becoming increasingly popular in critical geography, there have been few attempts to think them together. This paper sets out a dialectic of enclosure–commons as a means for thinking through contemporary processes of exclusion, violence and alterity. We examine what is at stake through a geographical reading of enclosure, that is, the processes through which neoliberalism works through—and summons into existence—certain forms of… Expand
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