Policing, Foucault, Brutality
This paper provides a historical analysis of the genealogy of American policing and attempts to explain the return of state power to individual bodies. It argues that this return was informed by French counterinsurgency strategies in Algeria. Through engagement with Foucault's analysis of power and surveillance practices, it aims to shed light on and help us better understand and combat police brutality today.
Okazaki, Kenzo E. (2021) "The Bodies of The Condemned: The Return of the Body as the Object of State Power," Swarthmore Undergraduate History Journal: 2 (2), 79-87. 10.24968/2693-244X.2.2.4 https://works.swarthmore.edu/suhj/vol2/iss2/4
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