While I’ve been writing the sequence of books on Foucault for Polity – Foucault’s Last Decade; Foucault: The Birth of Power and the ongoing The Early Foucault – I’ve been making available some research resources.
These have included bibliographies, lists of audio and video files, some textual comparisons, some short translations, and so on. These have mostly been things I’ve done for my own work, but which I hope other people would also find useful.
I’ve done a bit of reorganisation to the index page, and put up two new minor pieces. One is a comparison of the ‘Notice Historique’ to Foucault’s translation of Kant’s Anthropology and the posthumously published Introduction; the other is a bibliographical chronology of the different editions of Foucault’s History of Madness in French and English.
But I’d also point to some of the older ones
Foucault’s uncollected notes, lectures and interviews – list with links
Foucault’s collaborative projects – a bibliography
Foucault and the Groupe Information Santé – a bibliography
and some of the textual comparisons like
Foucault’s Inaugural lecture at the Collège de France, L’ordre du discours – comparison of the two different versions
History of Sexuality volume II – a comparison of the three different introductions
Quite a lot more at the page – comments and corrections welcome.