Empire’s Geographies James D. Sidaway
AbstractIn tandem with their critical interests in the historical complicities of western geography and empire and in the contemporary geographies of imperialism and its legacies, geographers have engaged with the widely read book Empire, authored by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri and published by Harvard University Press in 2000. This paper uses a geographical critique of Empire as an entrée to thinking about contemporary spatialities of ‘technical’-economic, political and social power.
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