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'An extraordinary and beautifully written study of the politics of the face. Building on her earlier Missing: Persons and Politics, Jenny Edkins unpacks in masterful detail the implications of Deleuze and Guattari's claim that 'the face is a politics'. How does the face relate to personality and individuality, images and imagination, to subjectivity and the self? These are some of the questions examined in this book. Setting an agenda, and the standards for following it, Face Politics is an urgent and crucial addition to Edkins's already substantial work.' - Stuart Elden, Professor of Political Theory and Geography, University of Warwick, UK. 'In this remarkable cross-disciplinary tour de force Jenny Edkins places the face at the center of politics. We now see ourselves no longer as singular and autonomous beings, but as inherently interconnected. A must read.' - Roland Bleiker, Professor of International Relations, University of Queensland, Australia. 'Face Politics is a remarkably innovative investigation. It's philosophically profound, politically astute, data rich, and (in the Edkins style) empathically written.' - Michael J. Shapiro, Professor of Political Science, University of Hawai'i, Manoa
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Jenny Edkins is Professor of International Politics at Aberystwyth University. She is series editor with Nick Vaughan-Williams of the Routledge book series Interventions, and serves on the editorial boards of Security Dialogue, IPS: International Political Sociology, and Memory Studies.
Introduction, 1. Faces in Photographs, 2. Moving Faces, 3. From Face Capture to Face Blindness, 4. Facelessness: Another Politics?