Monthly Archives: April 2016

Kanthropology – CRMEP Graduate Conference 19-20 May 2016

Kanthropology – CRMEP Graduate Conference, Kingston University, 19-20 May 2016 “The mainstream marginalization of Kant’s anthropological writings, in part due to their racist content, arguably makes philosophy ill-equipped to think some of today’s most pressing concerns, notably with regard to … Continue reading

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Peter Sloterdijk, Not Saved: Essays after Heidegger – forthcoming in late 2016 from Polity

Not Saved: Essays after Heidegger, translation by Ian Alexander Moore and Christopher Turner, Cambridge, Polity Press, forthcoming November 2016.

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Duke University Press Launches New Series Collecting Writings of Stuart Hall

Originally posted on Duke University Press News:
Stuart Hall (1932–2014) is widely acknowledged as one of the foremost cultural theorists and public intellectuals of the late twentieth century. Though circulated, read, and taught for decades, Hall’s seminal essays are widely…

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Jacques Bidet, Foucault with Marx

Jacques Bidet, Foucault with Marx is now out with Zed books. While I confess to being a bit disappointed with this, the book has some good advance praise from Etienne Balibar and Bob Jessop… ‘The ongoing confrontation between Marx and … Continue reading

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Foucault, Subjectivity and Truth course due in English in October 2016

Foucault’s 1980-81 course, Subjectivity and Truth, is due for publication in English in October/November 2016. Thanks to Chathan Vemuri for alerting me to this. At the moment details are few, but the price is high at £82 or $119. I hope … Continue reading

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Ian Kline on “On Schmitt and Space” by Claudio Minca and Rory Rowan

Claudio Minca and Rory Rowan’s book on Schmitt reviewed on the Society and Space open site.

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Books received – Arden Shakespeare and Stuff Theory

I recently did some review work for Bloomsbury, and asked for a number of the revised editions of the Arden Shakespeare; the one volume I didn’t already have; and Maurizia Boscagli’s Stuff Theory, in recompense.

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5 émissions sur Michel Foucault. Radio France (2016)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Michel Foucault, France Culture radio, Émissions • Hors-champs • Michel Foucault, 5 émissions, mars 2016 A l’occasion de la sortie dans la Pléiade de l’œuvre de Foucault, toute une semaine avec Michel Foucault, il s’agira…

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A mobile life – tribute to John Urry at TCS blog

My tribute to John Urry has just been published at the Theory, Culture & Society Blog. It includes some reflections on his generosity, and particularly his influence on geography and social theory more broadly. I believe more tributes will be forthcoming at…

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Foucault: the Birth of Power Update 13: Another (final?) trip to the Bibliothèque Nationale archive

While waiting for the reader reports on Foucault: The Birth of Power I have been almost exclusively working on Shakespeare. That project is taking shape, and I’ve been developing conference and seminar papers into more polished prose, with fuller notes … Continue reading

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