Carceral Notebooks 13: Foucault and the Politics of Resistance in Brazil – now published open access

book-vol13.jpgCarceral Notebooks 13: Foucault and the Politics of Resistance in Brazil – now published and essays available open access

Bernard E. Harcourt, Preface

Bernard E. Harcourt, Dedication

Marcelo Hoffman, Special Editor, Introduction

Salma Tannus Muchail and Márcio Alves da Fonseca, Power and Resistance: Foucault’s Laboratory in Brazil

Marcelo Hoffman, From Public Silence to Public Protest: Foucault at the University of São Paulo in 1975

José Castilho Marques Neto, In the Taxi with Michel Foucault: Memories of a Twenty-Two-Year-Old Philosophy Student

Ernani Chaves, “The SNI Was Asking for the Roster…”: Foucault in Belém in November 1976

Heliana de Barros Conde Rodrigues and Rosimeri de Oliveira Dias, The Tiny Brazilian Press as Resistance: Foucault, the Enemy of the King

Mauricio Pelegrini, Foucault in Iran, Foucault in Brazil: Political Spirituality and Counter-Conducts

Margareth Rago, Foucault, Subjectivity, and Self-Writing in Brazilian Feminism

Oswaldo Giacoia Junior, Beyond a Critic of Human Rights: Foucault in Brazil

Priscila Piazentini Vieira, Freeing Ourselves: The Experience of the Prisons Information Group (In Light of Foucault’s 1973 Rio Lectures)

Edson Passetti, Penal Abolitionism: An Anarchist Perspective From Brazil




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