Biopolitics and Social Change in Italy: From Gramsci to Pasolini to Negri

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Palgrave Macmillan US, Sep 6, 2011 - History - 198 pages
By placing the social dimension of labour at the base of the discourse of life, this book engages with the work of key intellectual figures and reconstructs a critical genealogy of the notion of biopolitics from the point of view of twentieth and twenty-first century Italy.

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ANDREA RIGHI Assistant Professor of Italian and Humanities at the University of Puerto Rico, MayagŁez.

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