Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -404) and index.
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ch. 1. September 11, sovereignty and the invasion of 'civilised space' ch. 2. Relating visions : patterns of integration and absences ch. 3. Criminal statistics, sovereignty and the control of death : representations from Quetelet to Auschwitz ch. 4. The Lombrosian moment : bridging the visible and the invisible, or restricting the gaze in the name of progress? ch. 5. Civilising the Congo, which story, whose truth : wherewith criminology? ch. 6. 'A living lesson in the museum of order' : the case of the royal museum for Central Africa, Brussels ch. 7. Contingencies of encounter, crime and punishment : on the purposeful avoidance of 'global criminology' ch. 8. A reflected gaze of humanity : reflections on vision, memory and genocide ch. 9. Teaching the significance of genocide and our indifference : the Liberation War Museum, Dhaka, Bangladesh ch. 10. Enlightenment, wedding guests and terror : the exceptional and the normal revisited.