Foucault and May 68: Penal Theories and Institutions (Collège de France Lectures, 1971-1972) (2015)

New York tomorrow… Unfortunately I’ll still be in Berkeley.

Foucault News

The Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought​ and The Hispanic Institute for Latin American & Iberian Cultures are proud to invite you to the release of the last volume of Michel Foucault’s series of seminars at the Collège de France:

Foucault and May 68: Penal Theories and Institutions (Collège de France Lectures, 1971-1972) (Hautes Études, Gallimard and Seuil, 2015)

Participants include François Ewald (CNAM), general editor of the series, Bernard Harcourt (Columbia Law School, Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought) the volume editor, and Jesús R. Velasco (LAIC Chair, Columbia University)

Casa Hispánica
Room 201
Wednesday, May 6, 7PM

Reception to follow

From the back cover:

Théories et Institutions pénales est le titre donné par Michel Foucault au cours qu’il prononce au Collège de France de novembre 1971 à mars 1972. Dans ces leçons, Michel Foucault théorise, pour la première fois, la question du pouvoir qui va l’occuper jusqu’à la…

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