By Jonathan Xavier Inda
Chapter 1 Colonial Governmentality (pages 21–49): David Scott
Chapter 2 Foucault within the Tropics: Displacing the Panopticon (pages 50–79): Peter Redfield
Chapter three Graduated Sovereignty in South?East Asia (pages 81–104): Aihwa Ong
Chapter four Spatializing States: towards an Ethnography of Neoliberal Governmentality (pages 105–131): James Ferguson and Akhil Gupta
Chapter five acting felony Anthropology: technological know-how, well known knowledge, and the physique (pages 133–157): David G. Horn
Chapter 6 technological know-how and Citizenship lower than Postsocialism (pages 158–177): Adriana Petryna
Chapter 7 Artificiality and Enlightenment: From Sociobiology to Biosociality (pages 179–193): Paul Rabinow
Chapter eight versatile Eugenics: applied sciences of the Self within the Age of Genetics (pages 194–212): Karen?Sue Taussig, Rayna Rapp and Deborah Heath
Chapter nine existence in the course of Wartime: Guatemala, power, Conspiracy, Milieu (pages 213–247): Diane M. Nelson
Chapter 10 applied sciences of Invisibility: Politics of lifestyles and Social Inequality (pages 248–271): Joao Biehl
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Anthropologies of Modernity: Foucault, Governmentality, and Life Politics by Jonathan Xavier Inda