Foucault, La Sexualité – 1964 course from Clermont-Ferrand scheduled for October 2018

The publication of Foucault’s courses from the 1950s and 1960s has been planned for some time, and now his 1964 course from Clermont-Ferrand La sexualité is listed as forthcoming in October 2018. Limited details at the moment, but here are the listings on Amazon, Cultura, Decitre and Fnac. It’s coming out with Gallimard/Seuil in the Hautes Etudes series, but is not yet on their website. I‘d previously heard this would be paired with a 1969 course from Vincennes on a related topic, but it is now listed as followed by ‘Le discours de la sexualité’. I’ll share more details if and when I hear them, or please add any other information in comments.

Update: Thanks to Daniele Lorenzini for confirming that there are two courses in this volume – the 1964 Clermont-Ferrand one, and the 1969 course from Vincennes Le discours de la sexualité. Claude-Oliver Doran, who was involved in the Théories et institutions penales course, is the editor.

Update 2: A few more details here.

Update 3: the Seuil website is here.

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7 Responses to Foucault, La Sexualité – 1964 course from Clermont-Ferrand scheduled for October 2018

  1. Daniele Lorenzini says:

    Yes, it’s the publication of two courses: the 1964 Clermont-Ferrand course on “La sexualité” and the 1969 Vincennes course on “Le discours de la sexualité”. Forthcoming in October 2018, edited by Claude-Olivier Doron.

  2. dmf says:

    2018 London Critical Theory Summer School
    David Harvey, CUNY Graduate Center, NYC
    Esther Leslie, Birkbeck, University of London
    Jacqueline Rose, Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities
    Lynne Segal, Birkbeck, University of London
    https://backdoorbroadcasting.net/2018/07/2018-london-critical-theory-summer-school-public-debate-ii/

  3. Clare O'Farrell says:

    Reblogged this on Foucault News.

  4. Pingback: The Early Foucault update 18: back to work, and thinking about the 1960s | Progressive Geographies

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