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 the essay of that title (unlike the French Politiques de l’inimité on which it is based), along with another chapter not in the French. Derrida’s seminar Le perjure et le pardon Volume I looks great, especially since it has a reading of Shakespeare, though I’ve not yet finished La vie la mort from earlier this year. (Details on the translations and other volumes are here.)
It’s also great to see a copy of Tony Fisher and Kélina Gotman (ed.), Foucault’s Theatres, in which I have a chapter on Foucault and Shakespeare.