Publications

Books

Prozorov, Sergei & Rentea, Simona (2016) The Routledge Handbook of Biopolitics
London: Routledge
Prozorov, Sergei (2016). The Biopolitics of Stalinism
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
Prozorov, Sergei (2014). Agamben and Politics: A Critical Introduction
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press
Prozorov, Sergei (2014). Ontology and World Politics: Void Universalism I
Abingdon and New York: Routledge
Prozorov, Sergei (2014). Theory of the Political Subject: Void Universalism II
Abingdon and New York: Routledge

Repo, Jemima (2015). The Biopolitics of Gender
New York: Oxford University Press

Siisiäinen, Lauri (2013). Foucault & the Politics of Hearing
Abingdon and New York: Routledge

Articles

Prozorov, Sergei (2017) “Like a thief in the night: Agamben, Hobbes and the messianic transvaluation of security” Security dialogue 48(6):473-487
Mihai, Mihaela; McNay, Lois; Marchart, Oliver; Norval, Aletta; Paipais,Vassilios; Prozorov, Sergei; Thaler, Mathias (2017) “Democracy, Critique and the Ontological Turn” Contemporary Political Theory 16(4): 501–531
Prozorov, Sergei (2016) “Russia and the Missing World” 24(1): 108-112
Prozorov, Sergei (2016). “Living à la mode: Form-of-life and democratic biopolitics in Giorgio Agamben’s The Use of Bodies” Philosophy and Social Criticism 43(2): 144-163
Prozorov, Sergei (2015). “Towards a Post-Hobbesian Political Community?
Hobbes Studies 28(1): 50-63.
Prozorov, Sergei (2014) “Badiou’s Biopolitics: The Human Animal and the Body of Truth” Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 32: 951–967
Prozorov, Sergei (2014) “Foucault and Soviet Biopolitics
History of the Human Sciences. 27: 6-25

Repo, Jemima (2016) Thanatopolitics or biopolitics? Diagnosing the racial and sexual politics of the European far-right [Bodies in politics]Contemporary Political Theory, 15(1), 110-118.
Repo, Jemima (2016) Gender Equality as Biopolitical Governmentality in a Neoliberal European UnionSocial Politics 2016, 23(2), 307-328.

Weaver, Cai (2016) “Biopolitics and Homosexuality in Saint Petersburg” [In Finnish] Idäntutkimus. 23(1): 16-31