Paper analyses the pandemic as rhetorical emergency in relation to the broader question of imprisonment during Covid-19. It describes some of the struggles which emerged from the inmates’ fear of being infected and the exacerbation of these struggles as a result of detention conditions. It is not by chance that these protests, which developed during a pandemic, reflect a politics of the governed that sees billions of people subjected to restrictions and confinement.

Pandemia tra cura e investimento capitalistico

Elisabetta Della Corte
2020

Abstract

Paper analyses the pandemic as rhetorical emergency in relation to the broader question of imprisonment during Covid-19. It describes some of the struggles which emerged from the inmates’ fear of being infected and the exacerbation of these struggles as a result of detention conditions. It is not by chance that these protests, which developed during a pandemic, reflect a politics of the governed that sees billions of people subjected to restrictions and confinement.
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