Naomi Waltham-Smith, Shattering Biopolitics: Militant Listening and the Sound of Life – Fordham University Press, July 2021

Naomi Waltham-Smith, Shattering Biopolitics: Militant Listening and the Sound of Life – Fordham University Press, 2021

No other details as yet on the Fordham page, but good to see this book listed as forthcoming.

Naomi’s Warwick page says the following:

My second monograph, Shattering Biopolitics: Militant Listening and the Sound of Life (forthcoming with Fordham University Press for the Commonalities series), develops my interests in the role of sound and listening in the philosophical tradition from Plato to contemporary French thought. It examines how sound is imbricated in the politics of life as it is theorised in the thought of Derrida, Cixous, Agamben, and Malabou, exploring the ramifications for the politics of sound, listening, and voice today.

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