Foucault on Prisons (and Elden on Schmitt) in Radical Philosophy open access to link to Nottingham conference

From the good people at Radical Philosophy, in relation to tomorrow’s conference:

A free two-day conference, ‘Time Served: Discipline and Punish Forty Years On,’ begins tomorrow at Nottingham Trent University, rethinking the legacy of Foucault’s text today and RP contributor Stuart Elden will be giving the first plenary. We’ve therefore opened up this interview with Foucault from 1977 (‘Prison Talk’ in rp16) as well as Stuart’s article on ‘Reading Schmitt geopolitically’ from rp161 (2010).

Foucault Interview

Reading Schmitt geopolitically:

Details of the Foucault conference are available here:

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