In these series of letters-which David Scott wrote to Stuart Hall following his death-Scott characterizes Hall's voice and his practice of speaking, listening, and generosity as the foundational elements of Hall's intellectual work.
A listening self : voice and the ethos of style -- Responsiveness to the present : thinking through contingency -- Attunement to identity : what we make of what we find -- Learning to learn from others : an ethics of receptive generosity - Walk good
A critical commentary on Simondon's Psychic and collective individuation. This book clarifies Simondon's complex terminology and structure through chapter by chapter commentary. It also invites a dialogue with other thinkers/philosophers and places the work in its historical context. It includes a discussion about Simondon's relevance to current ideas about biopolitics and post-Nietzschean ethics
Why prison? : posing the question / David Scott -- Prisons and social structure in late-capitalist societies / Alessandro De Giorgi -- The prison paradox in neoliberal britain / Emma Bell -- Crafting the neoliberal state: workfare, prisonfare, and social insecurity / Loic Wacquant -- Pleasure, punishment and the professional middle class / Magnus Hornqvist -- Penal spectatorship and the culture of punishment / Michelle Brown -- Prison and the public sphere: toward a democratic theory of penal order / Vanessa Barker -- The iron cage of prison studies / Mark Brown -- The prison and national identity : citizenship, punishment and the sovereign state / Emma Kaufman and Mary Bosworth -- Punishing the detritus and the damned : penal and semi-penal institutions in liverpool / Vickie Cooper and Joe Sim -- Why prison? : incarceration and the great recession / Keally McBride -- Ghosts of the past, present, and future of penal reform in the United States / Marie Gottschalk -- Schooling the carceral state: challenging the school to prison pipeline / Erica Meiners -- Why no prisons? / Julia C. Oparah -- Unequalled in pain / David Scott
Introduction: International relations, history, and images -- Humiliations established in the First and Second Opium Wars -- Humiliations maintained on China and the Chinese post-1860 -- China's attempted first awakening -- China's further humiliations -- China adrift in a brave new world -- War-time humiliations from Japan and the West