Citizenship from Below

Mimi Sheller

Editorial: Duke University Press, 2012
ISBN 10: 0822349531 / ISBN 13: 9780822349532
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Críticas: "A ground-breaking interdisciplinary achievement and contribution to the theory of freedom." -- Aija Lulle * Anthropological Notebooks * "[A]n extremely forceful and timely argument. . . . For Sheller, the exercise of sexual agency, while it may not necessarily transform the institutions through which inequalities have historically been structured, 'may enable some forms of maneuver, negotiation, and exchange' (p. 260). It is by training this lens on nineteenth-century Jamaica and Haiti that Sheller most profoundly complexifies traditional political histories of slavery, freedom, and citizenship. I believe this theoretical reframing is the most critical contribution of Citizenship from Below." -- Deborah A. Thomas * New West Indian Guide * "[A] grounded, yet expansive contribution to the study of sexuality, citizenship and post-slavery societies." -- Kate Houlden * Anthurium * "Sheller joins this conversation on sexuality and social justice, with Citizenship from Below, which will be a useful tool in such dialogues-as well as in the hands of those `from below.'" -- A. Lynn Bolles * Women's Review of Books * "Citizenship from Below is a sophisticated, challenging, and ambitious book.... Sheller's book is a masterful demonstration of the multidirectional, complicated, and ongoing process by which citizenship is constructed, appropriated, defined, and inhabited.... This book will be important and illuminating reading for historians of the Caribbean, of sex and gender, of citizenship, broadly conceived. It is indispensible reading for scholars interested in the fraught process of citizenship after slave emancipation, in particular." -- Naomi J. Andrews * Itinerario * "This is a stimulating, thought-provoking book of lasting significance to scholarship on the Caribbean, citizenship, sexuality, and embodiment. The way that Mimi Sheller puts the literatures on embodiment and citizenship into dialogue is impressive and important. After reading her analysis of these two bodies of scholarship, I will never again be able to think about one without considering the other. Citizenship from Below is a very distinguished book, one which will be widely read and discussed."-Diana Paton, co-editor of Obeah and Other Powers: The Politics of Caribbean Religion and Healing "Citizenship from Below is an important contribution to debates about the complexities of citizenship, particularly in post-slavery, postcolonial societies. Mimi Sheller traces the relations between constructions of gender and sexuality, transnational and diasporic imaginaries, and the various incarnations of Caribbean societies, from the colonial to the postcolonial and nationalist. She expands our notion of citizenship by showing how it is constructed by the state over time amid changing circumstances, and by alternative politics and modes of belonging that emerge from 'below.'"-Deborah A. Thomas, author of Exceptional Violence: Embodied Citizenship in Transnational Jamaica

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Título: Citizenship from Below
Editorial: Duke University Press
Año de publicación: 2012
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