A monograph of the Ithomiidae (Lepidoptera) Part III: The by Richard M. Fox

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From day one, signs had the power to kill as well as to cure. In the twenty-first century, we need to develop a new semiotics for the images of the war against terror. Otherwise, we will continue treating its most morbid symptoms with morality plays rather than finding a cure for the all-tooreal disease of imperial politics. Epilogue The war of images continues. Osama bin Laden, who knocked the balance of terror askew, saw fit in an October-surprise election video to give the USA notice that they might kill or capture some terrorists, but the insurgency was now resurgent.

What Do Pictures Want? The Lives and Loves of Images (Chicago, 2005). Ó Tuathail, Gearóid, Critical geopolitics: The Politics of Writing Global Space (Minneapolis, 1996). 385–96. 183–200. Parks, Lisa, ‘Digging into Google Earth: Humanitarian intervention in the digital age’, Geoforum (in press). Pickles, John, A History of Spaces (London, 2004). Power, Marcus and Crampton, Andrew, Cinema and Popular Geo-Politics (London, 2007). Rancière, Jacques, The Future of the Image (London, 2007). Retort, Afflicted Powers: Capital and Spectacle in a New Age of War (London, 2005).

I came away with a different lesson. Valenti, like many in power today, is all too ready to drop the bomb on dissident viewpoints. Nonetheless, he was on target in one regard: what separates and elevates war above lesser, ‘Copernican’, conceits is its intimate relationship to death. The dead body – on the battlefield, in the tomb of the unknown soldier, in the collective memory, even on the movie screen – is what gives war its special status. 01_Observant_021-040 27/1/10 15:44 Page 31 Imaging Terror 31 This fact can be censored, hidden in a body bag, air-brushed away, but it provides, even in its erasure, the corporal gravitas of war.

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