Monthly Archives: November 2019

Michel Foucault, Penal Theories and Institutions – Palgrave, January 2020? (was November 2019, and previously 2018)

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Update: the Palgrave site now says January 2020 24 November 2019 – but they have missed several previous dates… Michel Foucault, Penal Theories and Institutions: Lectures at the Collège de France, 1971-1972 – Palgrave November 2018 “What characterizes the…

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Books received – Kuhn, Bradley, Mbembe, Fisher and Gotman (eds.), Derrida, Delay and Verdeaux

The books by Kuhn and Delay and Verdeaux are for the work on the early Foucault; Arthur Bradley, Unbearable Life: A Genealogy of Political Erasure was sent by the publishers; and the Derrida and Mbembe books are newly out. Mbembe’s Necropolitics contains … Continue reading

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Conductas que importan. Variantes de análisis de los Estudios en Gubernamentalidad (2019)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Aldo Avellaneda y Guillermo Vega, (eds.) Conductas que importan. Variantes de análisis de los Estudios en Gubernamentalidad. EUDENE 2018. Presentation: Wednesday, 27, 18:30. Salón de Actos, Facultad de Humanidades, Universidad Nacional del Nordeste, Argentina. Resumen…

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Jacques Derrida: La vie la mort: Séminaire (1975-1976) – Phenomenological Reviews

Originally posted on PHILOSOPHY IN A TIME OF ERROR:
Mauro Senatore review’s Jacques Derrida: La vie la mort: Séminaire (1975-1976) in Phenomenological Reviews. The seminar’s translation, 𝐿𝑖𝑓𝑒 𝐷𝑒𝑎𝑡ℎ, by Pascale-Anne Brault and Michael Naas, is expected next year.

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Henri Lefebvre, Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche Or the Realm of Shadows – translated by David Fernbach, Verso, February 2020

Henri Lefebvre, Hegel, Marx, Nietzsche Or the Realm of Shadows – translated by David Fernbach, Verso, February 2020 I’ve mentioned this before, but it’s now up on the Verso site and online bookstores. I wrote an Introduction to this. A … Continue reading

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Franck Billé, Voluminous States: Sovereignty, Materiality, and the Territorial Imagination – Duke UP, August 2020

Franck Billé, Voluminous States: Sovereignty, Materiality, and the Territorial Imagination – Duke UP, August 2020 From the Arctic to the South China Sea, states are vying to secure sovereign rights over vast maritime stretches, undersea continental plates, shifting ice flows, … Continue reading

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Simon Ferdinand, Mapping Beyond Measure: Art, Cartography, and the Space of Global Modernity – University of Nebraska Press, 2019

Simon Ferdinand, Mapping Beyond Measure: Art, Cartography, and the Space of Global Modernity – University of Nebraska Press, 2019 Over the last century a growing number of visual artists have been captivated by the entwinements of beauty and power, truth … Continue reading

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Irus Braverman and Elizabeth R. Johnson (eds.),Blue Legalities: The Life and Laws of the Sea – Duke University Press, 2019

Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Irus Braverman and Elizabeth R. Johnson (eds.), Blue Legalities: The Life and Laws of the Sea – Duke University Press, 2019 The ocean and its inhabitants sketch and stretch our understandings of law in unexpected…

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The Early Foucault Update 28 – second half of the manuscript, Swiss archives and asylums

Term 1 is when I do most of my teaching, but I’ve been doing a little bit of work on my The Early Foucault manuscript most days. I’ve mainly been reworking the organisation of the second half of the text. Chapter 6 … Continue reading

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Books received – Sartre, Mbembe, Guedez, Lefebvre, Gil, Eiland and Jennings

Sartre’s Search for a Method and two books by Achille Mbembe for teaching; Annie Guédez’s early study of Foucault, which relates him to psychology; the new edition of Lefebvre’s Rhythmanlaysis; and two biographies – Marie Gil on Roland Barthes and Howard Eiland … Continue reading

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