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Contents

List of Tables
Preface
Acknowledgments

Introduction: Weary Warriors Walk Among Us: Combat, Knowledge Circulation, and Naming Traumatized Soldiers

Chapter 1. Ravished Minds and Ill Bodies: Power, Embodiment, Dispositifs

Chapter 2. Unsettling Notions: War Neuroses, Soldiering, and Broken Embodiments
Chapter 3. Classifying Bodies through Diagnosis: Knowledges, Locations, and Categorical Enclosures
Chapter 4. Managing Illness through Power: Regulation, Resistance and Truth Games
Chapter 5. Cultural Accounts of the Soldier as Subject: Folds, Disclosures and Enactments
Chapter 6. Fixing Soldiers: The Treatment of Bodies, Minds, and Souls
Chapter 7. The Soldier in Context: Psychiatric Practices, Military Imperatives, and Masculine Ideals
Chapter 8. Soldiering On: Care of Self, Status Passages, and Citizenship Claims
Chapter 9. Military Bodies and Battles Multiple: Embodied Trauma, Ontological Politics, and Patchwork Warriors

References
Index

Weary Warriors

Power, Knowledge, and the Invisible Wounds of Soldiers

Pamela Moss and Michael J. Prince

286 pages, bibliog., index

ISBN  978-1-78238-346-8 Hb Published (June 2014)

eISBN 978-1-78238-347-5 eBook