NEOLIBERALISM as eXCEPTION. MUTATIONS IN CITIZENSHIP. AND SOVEREIGNTY. Aihwa Ong. DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS. Durham and London. Aihwa Ong’s new book Neoliberalism as Exception: Mutations in Citizenship and Sovereignty brings together essays mostly published over the. In this episode we focus on Neoliberalism as Exception by Aihwa Ong. We begin by discussing the distinction she draws between.
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Neollberalism piece on SIS explores the encounters between women’s rights claims in Malaysia and what she suggests with other scholars we can term an Islamic modernity.
Sam Grace rated it really liked it Feb 14, Collier ; Buddha Is Hiding: The piece usefully explores the triangulated nexus between nationalism, women and religion which shapes the ground for feminist articulation of claims and their transformation into rights.
Meade rated it liked it Mar 23, As Ong notes, in the global popular imagination American neoliberalism is viewed as a radicalised capitalist imperialism—e. Her books include Global Assemblages: Indivar rated it liked it Apr 28, But others outside anthropology share these doubts about the extent to which neoliberal imaginaries are translated into neoliberal ‘realities’, seeing extensive problems for regimes in effecting this.
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Sloane recounts, for example, the details of the ways in which her informants in Kuala Lumpur saw the refashioning of their selves that had occurred with the drive to an Islamic modernity: For book covers to accompany reviews, please contact the publicity department. Return to Book Page.
What is neoliberalism exactly and does the Real match the hyperactive imaginaries of the neoliberal? There’s the story of corporations gaining political power and usurping governance functions from the state, but this is not a new analysis.
Mutations in Citizenship and Sovereignty by Aihwa Ong. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Ong shows how East and Southeast Asian states are making exceptions to their usual practices of neolibdralism in order to position themselves to compete in the global economy. She makes a forceful counter argument, that it can instead be seen as an extraordinarily malleable technology of governing that is taken up in different ways by different regimes, be they authoritarian, democratic, or communist.
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She suggests that the tensions among neoliberal values, religious patriarchy and local and transnational feminisms constitute the public sphere: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Title of the journal article or book chapter and title of journal or title of book 3. Notify me of new comments via email.
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What are the limitations of the Foucauldian governmentality perspective? As she demonstrates, a variety of neoliberal strategies of governing are re-engineering political spaces and populations. As she demonstrates, a variety of neoliberal strategies of governing are re-engineering political spaces and populations.
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Want to Read saving…. Paperbackpages. Jordan rated it it was amazing Dec 12, It can be conceptualised, she argues, as a new relationship between government and knowledge through which governing activities are recast as nonpolitical and nonideological problems that need technical solutions.
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