By E. Glasberg
Arguing that Antarctica is the main mediated position in the world and hence an amazing place for checking out the boundaries of bio-political administration of inhabitants and position, this ebook remaps nationwide and postcolonial tools and provides a brand new glance on a 'forgotten' continent now the focal point of ecological problem.
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