Aotearoa’s Criminal (In)justice System: Imperialism, Ideology and Insurgency

In Society Must be Defended, Foucault (2003) defines biopower as that which bounds life from death; a power which enforces itself on the level of population, fragmenting humans into a multiplicity of races that are classified, hierarchised … More Aotearoa’s Criminal (In)justice System: Imperialism, Ideology and Insurgency

Self-Annihilation of the Neoliberal Body Machine

Walking into the Otago University Student Association (OUSA) Clubs and Societies Centre, I am reminded that the International Socialist Organisation (ISO) in Ōtepoti has no property of their own. For all of last year, our meetings were sporadic and scattered, assigned to odd rooms around the centre. I would meander in with my flatmate, squint … More Self-Annihilation of the Neoliberal Body Machine