Aerial Life: Spaces, Mobilities, Affects
May 2010, Wiley-Blackwell
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Series Editors' Preface.
Powering Up Aerial Geographies.
The Organization of the Book.
Part I: Becoming Aerial.
2. Birth of the Aerial Body.
'Handsome Is as Handsome Does': Disassembling the Aerial Body.
The Flesh of the Aerial Youth.
3. The Projection and Performance of Airspace.
Building a Political Space: Identity, Boundedness and the Sanctity of Territory.
Undoing Aerial Space: Post-nationalism and Projective Power.
Part II: Governing Aerial Life.
4. Aerial Views: Bodies, Borders and Biopolitics.
Seeing the Wood for the Trees: Targeting, Administering and Managing
Techniques of the Observer/Observed.
5. Profiling Machines.
Imagining the Pilot/Passenger.
Part III: Aerial Aggression.
6. Aerial Environments.
The Emergence of a Target.
Systems, Circulations and Ecological Warfare.
7. Subjects under Siege.
The Anatomy of Panic.
Imaginations and Urgencies.
Vigilance and the Social as Circuit.