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Lecture 48

ANTH 1220 Lecture 48: Lecture 48

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University of Manitoba
ANTH 1220
Ellen R.Judd

Oc78 A system of leadership in which rulers persuade subordinates to accept the ideology of the dominant group by offering mutual accommodations that nevertheless preserve the rulers privileged position Foucault and Power: Michel Foucault: o 19261984 o French philosopher, social theorist, and historian of ideas o Associated with both Structuralist and postStructuralist movements o Extremely wideranging influence in the humanities and social sciences Biopower and Governmentality: Michel Foucault also gave us Biopower Biopower: reoccupied with the bodies of citizens and the social body itself o Ex: womens reproductive rights (birth control) Governmentality: the art of governing appropriate to promoting the welfare of populations within a state Michel Foucault Major Works: Madness and civilization 1961 About the birth of the insane asylum Birth of the clinic 1963 About biopower creation of this system of policing bodies Archaeology of knowledge 1969 About the power behind knowledge production Discipline and punish: The birth of the prison 1975 About policing of bodies combines biopower and governmentality
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