Territory and the governmentalisation of social reproduction : parliamentary enclosure and spatial rationalities in the transition from feudalism to capitalism

@inproceedings{SevillaBuitrago2012TerritoryAT,
  title={Territory and the governmentalisation of social reproduction : parliamentary enclosure and spatial rationalities in the transition from feudalism to capitalism},
  author={Alvaro Sevilla-Buitrago},
  year={2012}
}
  • Alvaro Sevilla-Buitrago
  • Published 2012
Recent applications of Foucauldian categories in geography, spatial history and the history of town planning have opened up interesting new perspectives, with respect to both the evolution of spatial knowledge and the genealogy of territorial techniques and their relation to larger socio-political projects, that would be enriched if combined with other discursive traditions. This article proposes to conceptualise English parliamentary enclosureea favourite episode for Marxist historiography… CONTINUE READING

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