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Research Article| October 01 2021
Camp X-Ray and the Task of Critique: Torturability and the Politics of Ethical Recognition in Guantanamo
ALEX ADAMS is an independent scholar living and working in North East England. He has published widely on the representation of torture in popular culture, including two monographs, Political Torture in Popular Culture: The Role of Representations in the Post-9/11 Torture Debate (Routledge, 2016) and How to Justify Torture: Inside the Ticking Bomb Scenario (Repeater, 2019).
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Journal of Film and Video (2021) 73 (3): 23–33.
Alex Adams; Camp X-Ray and the Task of Critique: Torturability and the Politics of Ethical Recognition in Guantanamo. Journal of Film and Video 1 January 2021; 73 (3): 23–33. doi: https://doi.org/10.5406/jfilmvideo.73.3.0023
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