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A view from below
Marta Iñiguez de Heredia

, but only to turn them upside down. Both Scott and Certeau see themselves as doing an anatomy of the technologies of resistance in the same way that Foucault does of the technologies of power (Certeau 1984: 96; Scott 1990: xv and 20). Foucault, after all, speaks of resistance as a means to conceptualise power. For Foucault, to look at resistance serves ‘as a chemical catalyst so as to bring to light power relations, locate their position, find out their point of application and the methods used’ (2002: 329). And thus, as Banu Bargu states, ‘we lack a convincing

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