Author Amar, Paul (Paul Edouard), 1968-
Title The security archipelago : human-security states, sexuality politics, and the end of neoliberalism / Paul Ama
Imprint Durham : Duke University Press, 2013
book jacket
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib  362.83 Am135 2013    AVAILABLE  -  30500101485566
Descript xiii, 310 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Note Introduction: the archipelago of new security-state uprisings -- Mooring a new global order between Cairo and Rio de Janeiro : world summits and human-security laboratories -- Policing the perversions of globalization in Rio de Janeiro and Cairo : emerging parastatal security regimes confront queer globalisms -- Muhammad Atta's urbanism : rescuing Islam, saving humanity, and securing gender's proper place in Cairo -- Saving the cradle of Samba in Rio de Janeiro : shadow-state uprisings, urban infranationalisms, and the racial politics of human security -- Operation Princess in Rio de Janeiro: rescuing sex slaves, challenging the labor-evangelical alliance, and defining the sexuality politics of an emerging human-security superpower -- Feminist insurrections and the Egyptian revolution : harassing police, recognizing classphobias, and everting the logics of the human-security state in Tahrir Square -- Conclusion: the end of neoliberalism?
Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Human security -- Brazil -- Rio de Janeiro
Human security -- Egypt -- Cairo
Sex -- Political aspects -- Brazil -- Rio de Janeiro
Sex -- Political aspects -- Egypt -- Cairo
Neoliberalism