Austin Zeiderman on biopolitics and urban citizenship in Bogotá, Colombia

11 February 2013

What happens when the rights of urban citizens are reconfigured by the biopolitical imperative to protect life from threats? In a new article for American Ethnologist, LSE Cities’ Austin Zeiderman examines such situations by focusing on how the emergence of risk as a technique of government shapes urban politics in Bogotá, Colombia.

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