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Carceral Capitalism by Jackie Wang

Carceral Capitalism

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Carceral Capitalism Jackie Wang ebook
Publisher: Semiotexte/Smart Art
ISBN: 9781635900026
Page: 360
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In this episode we explore the ways in which the framework of “carceral ableism” redraws our map of racial capitalism's archipelago of confinement, and how the liberatory praxis of disability justice works to extend and deepen the abolitionist horizon. Jackie Wang is the author of Against Innocence (4.80 avg rating, 54 ratings, 3 reviews, published 2014), C. Her essay Against Innocence was the most militant thing in the already very militant LIES Journal of queer, feminist, materialist, communist, autonomous, and otherwise antagonistic writing. London 1 Montclare Street London E2 7EU, UK +44 (0)203 372 6111. © Frieze 2018; About · Careers · Advertise · Legals · Contact us. Her first book Carceral Capitalism was published this year by Semiotext(e). Shout out for Jackie Wang's Carceral Capitalism in @insidehighered 2sK6BWC Læs om Carceral Capitalism (Semiotext(e)/ Intervention). From credit scores to algorithmic policing, Jackie Wang's Carceral Capitalism reveals technocracy as not merely analytical, but predictive. We don't live in just any capitalism, we live in a carceral capitalism, and a next system in which our current relationship to prisons and police remain unchanged is not one worth fighting for. To explore these questions, and hopefully begin to outline some answers, we are publishing three pieces today. Download PDF Carceral Capitalism (Semiotext(e) / Intervention Series). Bogens ISBN er 9781635900026, køb den her. 6 Likes; Jackie Wang thegreatleapsideways Matthias Apfelthaler Dave Ryman daniel estrumento. Content Note: Explicit sexual content. Wang's Carceral Capitalism, the newest volume in Semiotext(e)'s Interventions Series, is a book of essays that includes her influential critique of liberal anti- racist politics, “Against Innocence,” besides essays on RoboCop, techno-policing and the aesthetic problem of making invisible forms of power legible.