Table of contents for Violent geographies : fear, terror, and political violence / edited by Derek Gregory and Allan Pred.

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1	 Introduction
							Derek Gregory and Allan Pred
2	 Bare life, political violence and the territorial structure of Britain and 	Ireland
							Gerard Kearns
3	 ¿An unrecognizable condition has arrived¿: law, violence and the state 	of exception in Turkey
							Anna Secor
4	Cosmopolitanism¿s collateral damage: the state-organzied racial violence of 	World War I and the War on Terror
							Eric Olund
5	Refuge or refusal: the geography of exclusion
							Jennifer Hyndman, Alison Mountz
6	Imperialism imposed and invited: the ¿war on terror¿ comes to Southeast 	Asia
							Jim Glassman
7	 ¿Spaces of terror and fear on Colombia¿s Pacific coast: the armed conflict 	and forced displacement among black communities
							Ulrich Oslender
8	Fatal transactions, conflict diamonds and the (anti)terrorist consumer
							Philippe Le Billon
9	The geography of Hindu right-wing violence in India
							Rupal Oza
10	Revolutionary Islam: a geography of modern terror
							Michael Watts
11	Vanishing points: law, violence and exception in the global war prison
							Derek Gregory
12	Groom Lake and the imperial production of Nowhere
							Trevor Paglen
13	Targeting the inner landscape
							Matthew Farish
14	Immaculate warfare? The spatial politics of extreme violence
							Nigel Thrift
15	¿The Pentagon¿s imperial cartography: tabloid realism and the War on 	Terror
							Simon Dalby
16	Demodernizing by design: everyday infrastructure and political violence
							Stephen Graham
17	The terror city hypothesis
							Mitchell Gray, Elvin Wyly
18	Banal terrorism: spatial fetishism and everyday insecurity
							Cindi Katz
19	Situated ignorance and state terrorism: silences, W.M.D., collective 	amnesia and the manufacture of fear
							Allan Pred

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political violence.
Ethnic conflict.
War on Terrorism, 2001-.