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Guaging and Engaging Deviance 1600-2000

Ari Sitas

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ISBN 10: 9382381317 / ISBN 13: 9789382381310
Published by Tulika Books, 2014
Condition: Good Hardcover
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Title: Guaging and Engaging Deviance 1600-2000

Publisher: Tulika Books

Publication Date: 2014

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

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Gauging and Engaging Deviance is at once a creative and challenging work. It is not just a critique of the sociological canon, but an imaginative reconstruction that is generous to all nooks and crannies of the planet. It is also a memorial to modernity's victims, whether they were perceived to be deviant or not. Its broad historical range, its geographical spread, and its attention to race and power create a conceptual grammar through which we can speak of the key challenges, traumas and violence of the contemporary period. Through its pages the Maroon and the Pirate meet Don Quixote, the Thug and the Apostate in a journey that takes the reader through slave factories, plantations, prisons, and extermination camps, gauging the price of what it has meant to struggle to be contrary or free.

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A welcome and creative (albeit challenging) contribution that aims to inaugurate a new sociology that is global in scope, historically deep and conceptually innovative.--Transcience

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