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  1. The Image After Strathern: Art and Persuasive Relationality in India’s Sanguinary Politics.Jacob Copeman & Alice Street - 2014 - Theory, Culture and Society 31 (2-3):185-220.
    Publicly-enacted blood extractions in mass Indian political contexts are a noteworthy present-day form of political enunciation in India, for such extractions – made to speak as and on behalf of political subject positions – are intensely communicative. Somewhat akin to the transformative fasts undertaken by Gandhi, such blood extractions seek to persuade from the moral high ground of political asceticism. This essay seeks to shed light on how and why these extractions have become such a means, with a particular focus (...)
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