Lost Geographies of Power
April 2003, Wiley-Blackwell
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Chapter 1: Introduction: Lost Geographies.
Part I: Spatial Vocabularies of Power.
Chapter 2: Power in Things: Weber's Footnotes from the Centre.
Chapter 3: Power through mobilization: From Mann's Networked Productions to Castells' Networked Fictions.
Chapter 4: Power as an Immanent Affair: Foucault and Deleuze's Topographical Detail.
Part II: Lost Geographies.
Chapter 5: Power in its Various Guises (and Disguises).
Chapter 6: Proximity and Reach: Were There Powers at a Distance before Latour?
Chapter 7: Placing Power, or the Mischief Done by Thinking Domination is Everywhere.
Chapter 8: Conclusion: Misplaced Power.