The London Review of Books has a new website and content is open access for one month:
For a full calendar month, there won’t be a paywall of any kind anywhere on the site. This means that not only all 24 of this year’s issues, but also our entire archive, dating back to 25 October 1979 and containing almost 17,500 articles, will be free to read, for everyone, without limits, until midday on Wednesday 15 January. Merry Christmas!Where to start? Why not on our new subject hub pages, where you’ll find selections of some of the best pieces we’ve published, as well as other curated collections of brilliant articles linked by particular themes.
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Reblogged this on Foucault News and commented:
You can do a search on Foucault for some interesting articles. For example this excellent 1987 one by Vincent Descombes (he makes it clear in a letter that he did not choose the unfortunate title 0f this article) https://www.lrb.co.uk/the-paper/v09/n05/vincent-descombes/je-m-en-foucault