The third book in the Society and Space book series is out now! Marcus Doel’s Geographies of Violence: Killing Space, Killing Time. Its description states:
“We experience violence all our lives, from that very first scream of birth. It has been industrialized and domesticated. Our culture has not become accustomed to all violence, to be sure; but enough violence, nonetheless: more than enough, perhaps. Geographies of Violence is a critical human geography of the history of violence, from Ancient Rome and Enlightened wars through to natural disasters, animal slaughter, and genocide. Written incredible insight and flair, this is a thought-provoking text for human geography students and researchers alike.”
The other books published in the series so far are Dan Bulley’s Migration, Ethics and Power: Spaces of Hospitality in International Politics and Francisco R. Klauser’s Surveillance and Space.