Monthly Archives: November 2017

Canguilhem, Œuvres complètes Tome V : Histoire des sciences, épistémologie, commémorations 1966-1995 – to appear in January 2018

Georges Canguilhem, Œuvres complètes Tome V : Histoire des sciences, épistémologie, commémorations 1966-1995 will appear in January 2018 Quelque cent vingt écrits publiés de 1966 à 1995 composent ce tome V des Œuvres complètes de Georges Canguilhem. Une cinquantaine furent de ceux … Continue reading

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Derrida Today CFP

Originally posted on PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR:
6th Derrida Today Conference 2018 – CFP The 6th Derrida Today Conference will be held at Concordia University, Montreal, Canada from May 23-26th 2018. The Conference is being co-organised by Matthias Fritsch (Concordia University), Nicole…

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Books received – Foucault, Lacan, Heidegger, Custer, Deutscher & Haddad, Nieuwenhuis & Crouch

The most recent volume of Foucault’s lectures in English, Lacan’s Autre Ecrits, Heidegger’s Zollikoner Seminare, the edited collection on Foucault/Derrida: Fifty Years Later and Marijn Nieuwenhuis and David Crouch’s The Question of Space: Interrogating the Spatial Turn between Disciplines. The … Continue reading

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Territory, Law and the Anthropocene, workshop at Warwick, 1 December 2017

On 1 December 2017, the Territory subgroup of the ICE-LAW project will hold its second workshop, Territory, Law and the Anthropocene, in the Department of Politics and International Studies (Room E2.02) at University of Warwick (UK). ICE LAW is both … Continue reading

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Rancière interviewed at France Culture

Originally posted on PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR:
Here discussing his new book (Les Bords de la fiction [Seuil, 2017]) on literature, the sensible, and the notion of a common world. In French (though the pacing is easy enough for…

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Academics’ top tips for publishing success in The Times Higher Education

Academics’ top tips for publishing success in The Times Higher Education. As long as you read with attention to different disciplines and academic systems, and treat all of this as advice, there are some useful suggestions here.

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Brad Evans interviews Brian Massumi on affect, power and violence

Histories of Violence: Affect, Power, Violence — The Political Is Not Personal – Brad Evans speaks with Canadian philosopher and social theorist Brian Massumi. A conversation in Brad Evans’s “Histories of Violence” series in the Los Angeles Review of Books.

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Michel Foucault’s acid trip in Death Valley: Interview with Simeon Wade with great archival photos (updated)

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
? Boom California has just published an interview with Simeon Wade, conducted by Heather Dundas. If you’ve read the Foucault biographies, you’ll probably know about the acid trip in Death Valley story. James Miller makes…

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The Struggle to Defend One of the Largest Universities of Brazil

‘The Struggle to Defend One of the Largest Universities of Brazil’ by Esther Arantes, Heliana Conde, and Estela Scheinvar – full statement here. Thanks to Marcelo Hoffman for sending me this.  

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Books received – Ryzinski, Jünger, Geroulanous, Lacan, Barraqué

Remigiusz Ryzinski’s Foucault w Warszawie, Ernst Jünger, The Worker, Stefanos Geroulanous, Transparency in Postwar France: A Critical History of the Present, two volumes of Lacan’s seminar, and Jean Barraqué’s Écrits. Stefanos kindly sent a copy of his book, and the … Continue reading

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