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"Why have statelessness and contemporary enslavement become endemic since the 1990s? What is it about global political economic policies, protracted warfare, and migration rules and patterns, that have increased these extreme forms of vulnerability? While the centuries-long practice has taken on a new guise necessary to its profitability in the current global economy, what and who it involves has remained remarkably consistent. This book argues that statelessness and enslavement are not aberrations or radical exceptions. They have been and are endemic to Euromodern state systems"-- Provided by publisher.
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Jane Anna Gordon teaches and directs the graduate program in Political Science at the University of Connecticut, USA. She is, most recently, author of Creolizing Political Theory: Reading Rousseau through Frantz Fanonand co-editor (with Cyrus E. Zirakzadeh) of The Politics of Richard Wright: Perspectives on Resistance and co-editor (with Drucilla Cornell) of the forthcoming Creolizing Rosa Luxemburg. She was President of the Caribbean Philosophical Association from 2013 to 2016. Gordon co-edits the Creolizing the Canon and Global Critical Caribbean Thought book series.
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Print version: Gordon, Jane Anna, 1976- Statelessness and contemporary enslavement New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.