POLS 3415 Biopolitics
3 hours; 3 credits
The state?s role in fostering the safety and welfare of its population. Technologies of power for governing the life, health, and death of populations. Exploration of theories of biopolitics and governmentality and their application to particular institutions and discourses such as public health, immigration, surveillance, risk assessment, and security. Exposure to different forms of critical analysis
Prerequisite or corequisite: Political Science 1001 or 1002 or 1003 or 1004 or 1005 or 1006 or Health and Nutrition Sciences 2140 or Core Curriculum 1230 or Core Studies 3, or English 1010 or equivalent, or permission of department.