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John L. Comaroff and Jean Comaroff eds. The book project of editors John L. Comaroff and Jean Comaroff , Law and Disorder in the Postcolony , puts forward an engaging account of how governmentality and violence , law and criminality , justice and disorder interplay in postcolonial contexts. The book chapters boast original and rich ethnographic and anthropological work by a number of eight contributors sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists that focus on a wide array of study cases South Africa, Brazil, Cameroon, Chad, Indonesia , pertinent to the law and order dialectic theorised by the editors in the introductory section. From personal to phenomenal analytical perspectives and by problematising multiple forms of violence from material, epistemic, communal, political, communicative, sexual, vigilante, to the violence of the market , the book endeavors to redraw the relationship between order and disorder in the postcolonial polity.
It was one of the most hideous and brutal murders in the history of Chicago, a city already notorious for the brutality of its crimes. In the early-morning hours of Monday, January 7, , an adorable, flaxen-haired six-year-old named Suzanne Degnan was snatched from her first-floor bedroom in the family's house at North Kenmore Avenue, in the Edgewater neighborhood on Chicago's north side. A ladder was found outside Suzanne's bedroom window. An anonymous caller instructed police to check sewers near Suzanne's home. Before nightfall, police had found her dismembered remains in several sewers near her home, as well as in a bloody basement laundry room, where her body was cut apart in an apartment house on nearby Winthrop Street. The cause of death was apparent strangulation in an unknown location between her home and the laundry room.