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- ISBN: 9781771132930
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- Publication Date: Jan 2017
- Rights: Canada
- Pages: 128
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Portraits of Violence
Ten Thinkers on Violence: A Visual Exploration
Bringing together established academics and award-winning comic book writers and illustrators, Portraits of Violence illustrates the most compelling ideas and episodes in the critique of violence.
Hannah Arendt, Franz Fanon, Jacques Derrida, Edward Said, Paolo Freire, Michel Foucault, Susan Sontag, Noam Chomsky, Judith Butler, and Giorgio Agamben—each have ten pages to tell their story in this innovative graphic title.
Chapter 1: Brad Evans & Thinking Against Violence / Illustrated by Inko
Chapter 2: Hannah Arendt & The Banality of Evil / Illustrated by Chris Mackenzie
Chapter 3: Frantz Fanon & The Wretched of the canadian viagra online Earth / Illustrated by Carl Thompson
Chapter 4: Paolo Friere & The Pedagogy of the Oppressed / Illustrated by Samuel Williams
Chapter 5: Michel Foucault & Society Must Be Defended / Illustrated by Robert Brown
Chapter 6: Edward Said & Orientalism / Illustrated by Carl Thompson
Chapter 7: Susan Sontag & Regarding the Pain of Others / Illustrated by Lorna Miller
Chapter 8: Noam Chomsky & Manufacturing Consent / Illustrated by Carl Thompson
Chapter 9: Judith Butler & Precarious Lives / Illustrated by Diego Guerra
Chapter 10: Giorgio Agamben & Sovereign Power/Bare Life / Illustrated by Yen Quach
About the Authors
Brad Evans is a political philosopher, critical theorist, and writer, whose work focuses on the question of violence. The author of some ten books and edited volumes, along with over forty academic and viagra canada prescription media articles, he currently serves as a senior lecturer at the School of Sociology, Politics & International Studies, at the University of Bristol.