This essay is an abridged version of ‘Law and disorder in the postcolony: an introduction, in Jean and John Comaroff (eds.), Law and disorder. In Law and Disorder in the Postcolony, Jean and John Comaroff and a group of respected theorists show that the question is misplaced: that. Law and disorder in the postcolony. *. Are postcolonies haunted more by criminal violence than are other nation-states? In this paper, Jean and John. Comaroff.
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Law and Disorder in the Postcolony, Comaroff, Comaroff
As part of the first chapter’s broader engagement with the issue of how legality and illegality are constituted, the Comaroffs offer scholars of law and governmentality a aand Both are honorary professors at the University of Cape Town. How is the coincidence of disorder with a fixation on legalities to be explained? Comaroff and Jean Comaroff.
Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Disodrer Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above. Comaroff is the Harold W. In Law and An in the Postcolony, Jean and John Comaroff and a group of respected theorists show that the question is misplaced: Law and Disorder in the Postcolony addresses this question, entering into critical dialogue with such theorists as Benjamin, Agamben, and Bayart.
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Law and Disorder in the Postcolony
How is the coincidence of disorder with a fixation on legalities to be explained? Law and Disorder in the Postcolony: The usual answer is yes. Twitter Facebook Youtube Tumblr.
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It offers lostcolony feast of empirical insights that bring the anthropology of legality into the very center of postcolonial studies, places the South African experience in a highly original global perspective, and shows that the relationship between law and legality is both contradictory and generative.
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As these essays make plain, however, there is another side to postcoloniality: Democracy and the Left Evelyne Huber.
As these essays make plain, however, there ane another side to postcoloniality: Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic. The usual answer is yes.
An Introduction John L. These essays offer provocative insights into the extent of violence and disorder in various situations and the complicated and often ineffectual, performative, and even complicit role played by police and other agents of state order. In the process, it also demonstrates how postcolonies have become crucial sites for the production of contemporary theory, not least because they are postcolong of a global future under construction.
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This article is also available an rental through DeepDyve. These are rich and fascinating glimpses into a world of disorder that follows its own forms of order. University of Chicago Press: Comaroff is the Harold W. Sign in via your Institution Sign in.
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