Spaces of Colonialism: Delhi's Urban Governmentalities

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Wiley, Jun 5, 2007 - Science - 272 pages
Examines the residential, policed, and infrastructural landscapes of New and Old Delhi under British Rule.

  • The first book of its kind to present a comparative history of New and Old Delhi
  • Draws on the governmentality theories and methodologies presented in Michel Foucault’s lecture courses
  • Looks at problems of social and racial segregation, the policing of the cities, and biopolitical needs in urban settings
  • Undertakes a critique of colonial governmentality on the basis of the lived spaces of everyday life

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Stephen Legg received his doctorate at the University of Cambridge and now lectures at the University of Nottingham.

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