Category Archives: Etienne Balibar

‘A racism without races’: An interview with Étienne Balibar

‘A racism without races’: An interview with Étienne Balibar at the Verso site. About these ads

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Foucault, La Société punitive video of discussions – Harcourt, Balibar, Defert

The video of a discussion between Bernard Harcourt, Étienne Balibar, Daniel Defert, Pierrette Poncela and Corentin Durand on Foucault, La Société punitive, with links to subsequent sessions. Thanks to Graham Burchell for the link.

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Books I’m looking forward to in 2014

Some of the books I’m looking forward to this year include Henri Lefebvre, Toward an Architecture of Enjoyment (edited by Łukasz Stanek and previously unpublished in any language); Neil Brenner’s epic edited collection Implosions/Explosions: Towards a Study of Planetary Urbanization; Mick Dillon’s Biopolitics of Security in the 21st … Continue reading

Posted in Bob Jessop, Books, Derek Gregory, Etienne Balibar, Grégoire Chamayou, Henri Lefebvre, Jenny Edkins, Louis Althusser, Mark Neocleous, Michael Dillon, Michel Foucault, Neil Brenner, Politics, Publishing | 5 Comments’s five books that came out in October – Balibar, Spanos, Morton, Jameson, Hancox

List and details here.

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The New Althusser – a possible TCS theme?

One of the ideas floated at yesterday’s Theory, Culture and Society board meeting was a theme issue on what might be called ‘the new Althusser’. Since his death, many previously unpublished writings have been published in France, with English translations following. … Continue reading

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London Graduate School summer academy – a stellar lineup discussing Derrida’s Glas

The London Graduate School Summer Academy in the Critical Humanities: Derrida’s Glas 23-26 June 2014. The London Graduate School is pleased to announce details of its 2014 Summer Academy, an intensive week-long programme offered annually for postgraduate students of any … Continue reading

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Critical Theory on five forthcoming books lists five forthcoming books to get excited about from William V Spanos, Etienne Balibar, Jasbir Puar, Dirk Johnston… and me. The last is flattering, if somewhat premature – the book isn’t due out until 2016. Thanks to Verso Books … Continue reading

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Verso Radical Thinkers – series 8 and call for suggestions

From Sebastian Budgen at Verso – comments below are fine and I’ll pass them on: Series 8 of Radical Thinkers will consist in the following: Spectre of Hegel: Early Writings -  Louis Althusser Hegemony and Socialist Strategy: Towards a Radical … Continue reading

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London Critical Theory Summer School – Birkbeck, 1-12 July 2013

The 2013 London Critical Theory Summer School will take place at Birkbeck from 1st July – 12th July 2013. This unique opportunity is for graduate students and academics to follow a course of study and to foster exchange and debate. … Continue reading

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‘The Essential Verso Undergraduate Reading List’

Verso have posted another one their lists – this time ‘The Essential Verso Undergraduate Reading List’. Twenty books here including Marx, Paul Mason, Peter Dews, Jameson, Anderson (Perry & Benedict), Stephen Lukes, Žižek, Eagleton, David Harvey, Therborn, Balibar, Vinayak Chaturvedi, … Continue reading

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