‘Foucault before the History of Madness: lectures, translations, Nietzsche’ – audio recording of Sussex talk

Sussex posterThe audio recording of my talk on “Foucault before the History of Madness: lectures, translations, Nietzsche” given at the University of Sussex on 7 December 2018 is available here.

Many thanks to Bal Sokhi-Bulley and Anna Gurmucio Ramberg for the invitation, introduction and discussion. We talked about my book Foucault: The Birth of Power in a small discussion group first – there had been a reading group on the book this term – and then talked about the early Foucault for about an hour after my talk, but only the talk was recorded.

The talk was largely unscripted, and relied a lot on images – of books, archives, papers and so on – but I think it would be understandable without them. There is a lot more about the project here.

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1 Response to ‘Foucault before the History of Madness: lectures, translations, Nietzsche’ – audio recording of Sussex talk

  1. Pingback: 2018 in review – publications, talks, other academic stuff, and looking ahead to 2019 | Progressive Geographies

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