This book focuses on the relationship between literary culture, power, society and war. It assesses the critical importance of Michel Foucault's lecture series Society Must Be Defended for contemporary debates about war and terror in literary and cultural studies, as well as social and political thought.
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Author Biography - Stephen Morton
SIMON BAINBRIDGE is Professor of Romantic Studies and Co-Director of the Wordsworth Cen Lancaster University, UK REBECCA FENSOME works on representations of Islam in the Renaissance, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, UK CLAIRE HANSON is Professor of English, University of Southampton, UK LUCY HARTLEY is an Associate Professor of Nineteenth-Century British Literature, Department of English, University of Michigan, USA ALEX HOUEN teaches English and American Studies at University of Sheffield, UK DAVID MACEY is an independent scholar and translator JOHN MARKS is Reader in French, Nottingham Trent University, UK ACHILLE MBEMBE is Research Professor in the Institute of Social and Economic Research, University of Witwatersrand, South Africa JULIAN REID is a Lecturer in War Studies, Kings College, London, UK