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Mass violence, corpses, and the Nazi imagination of the East
Michael McConnell

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in Destruction and human remains
Yehonatan Alsheh

the Future (Nashville: Abingdon, 1971); and D. Gunst, Biopolitik zwischen Macht und Recht (Mainz: Hase und Kohler, 1978).  8 M. Foucault, ‘The birth of social medicine’, in J. Faubion (ed.), Power: Essential Works of Michel Foucault (New York: New Press, 2000), vol. 3, p. 137. The systematic elaboration of the concept was done later, in his 1976 series of lectures in the College de France – M. Foucault, Society Must Be Defended (New York: Picador, 2003), pp. 239–64, as well in his History of Sexuality (New York: Vintage Books, 1980), vol. 1.  1 G. HRMV.indb 36

in Human remains and mass violence
Kathryn Cassidy

explore how this relates to narratives of and encounters with politics and power. The final sub-section is concerned with how this process of shame-driven present narrative construction necessitates revisions to how the Diyalivtsyany talk about and construct a shared understanding of the Soviet period. Shame and the everyday sexualised performance of CBST The sexualised performance involved in CBST at the Ukrainian–Romanian border can be seen to be part of a wider ‘sexuality of organisations’ (Hearn and Parkin 1987: 3). As in other workplaces, male and female bodies are

in Migrating borders and moving times
The violent pursuit of cultural sovereignty during authoritarian rule in Argentina
Antonius C.G.M. Robben

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in Governing the dead
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Theoretical approaches
Finn Stepputat

and Anthropology’ in D. Shankland (ed.), Archaeology and Anthropology: Past, Present and Future, ASA Monographs 48, pp. 197–218 (London: Berg). Fontein, J. and J. Harries, 2009, ‘Report of the “Bones Collective” Workshop, 4–5 December 2008: What Lies Beneath: Exploring the Affective Presence and Emotive Materiality of Human Bones’, www.san.ed.ac.uk/ research/bones_collective (accessed 3 June 2010). Foucault, M., 1977, Discipline and Punishment (New York: Pantheon Books). Foucault, M., 1978, The History of Sexuality (New York: Pantheon Books). Foucault, M., 1998, ‘A

in Governing the dead
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A war of extermination, grave looting, and culture wars in the American West
Tony Platt

March 1962), p. 58. This campaign was led by female social workers and field matrons, who paradoxically found their own personal and professional fulfilment outside their homes by removing children from Native families, by training young Native women to become servants of the urban gentry, and by entering the homes of Native families and attempting to regulate the most intimate spaces of Native families and bodies: how they cared for and raised their children; the organization of their dwellings, their 30   Tony Platt 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 sexuality

in Human remains and identification
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Crossing borders, changing times
Madeleine Hurd, Hastings Donnan, and Carolin Leutloff-Grandits

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