The Politics of Sleep: Governing (Un)consciousness in the Late Modern Age

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Why and how has sleep become increasingly politicized in contemporary society? Is a politics of sleep either possible or desirable? What light does sleep shed on the governance of bodies and the management of everyday/night life? These are some of the questions this timely and topical book addresses in a rich and fascinating account of the politics of sleep in the late modern age. Sleep is not simply a political matter, it is also increasingly politicized, from the bedroom to the boardroom, the classroom to the clinic, the ...

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