Monthly Archives: March 2020

The Deleuze Seminars, Website Launch

Originally posted on Philosophy of Movement:
**I have been on the editorial team for years for this project and today we are launching our NEH funded website. It is by far the most comprehensive collection of Deleuze’s seminars on the…

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La mort sa mérite – Nicolas Drolc’s film of Serge Livrozet, now freely available (with English subtitles)

La mort sa mérite – Nicolas Drolc’s film of Serge Livrozet, is now freely available. Livrozet was involved in the Group d’information sur les prisons with Foucault, and then co-founded the Comité d’Action des Prisonniers. Nicolas previously directed the excellent … Continue reading

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An updated list of geographers, sociologists, philosophers and others on covid-19

My earlier post of a few links to pieces has received quite a bit of attention, and I’ve been sent several new links, so an updated list of geographers, sociologists, philosophers and others on covid-19 can be found here. I’ll … Continue reading

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Cancelled – Advances in Political Geography workshop, St John’s College, University of Oxford, 28 May 2020

The Advances in Political Geography workshop, to be held at St John’s College, University of Oxford, on 28 May 2020 has been cancelled. This means that all my forthcoming talks have now been cancelled, though the organisers and I hope … Continue reading

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The Early Foucault Update 31: IMEC, Paris, Uppsala and the impact of the coronavirus

As an earlier post said, I’ve had to cancel two talks – in New York and Bologna – and some archival work because of the current medical situation. There is a bit more on that below, but as much as … Continue reading

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François Ewald, The Birth of Solidarity: The History of the French Welfare State – Duke University Press, May 2020 (with open access Introduction)

François Ewald, The Birth of Solidarity: The History of the French Welfare State – Duke University Press, May 2020, edited by Melinda Cooper and translated by Timothy Scott Johnson The Introduction is available open access here. François Ewald’s landmark The … Continue reading

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Michele Lancione and Abdoumaliq Simone, David Harvey, Alain Badiou, Panagiotis Sotiris, William Davies and Angela Last on Covid-19

A few pieces by geographers, sociologists and philosophers – presented without commentary [Update: an updated list is available here – thanks to people for sending additional links. I’ll try to keep that page updated as I see more] Michele Lancione and Abdoumaliq … Continue reading

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Some Moments from the Foucault Archives – two audio recordings of talks at Warwick and TCS

Earlier this year I gave two talks on my work for The Early Foucault, discussing how I am using archives to trace this story. I recorded both talks, but was not planning on sharing them until I’d given some others … Continue reading

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Nadine Ehlers and Shiloh Krupar, Deadly Biocultures: The Ethics of Life-Making -UMP, December 2019

Nadine Ehlers and Shiloh Krupar, Deadly Biocultures: The Ethics of Life-Making -University of Minnesota Press, 2020 I’ve noted this book before, in a post of ‘books received’, but seems especially relevant to the present moment. In their seemingly relentless pursuit … Continue reading

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Free e-books from Verso, Haymarket, Cambridge UP; open access journals and e-books from JSTOR

I’ve shared a couple of these on Twitter, but putting them in the same place. Will add others if I see them, or please add as comments. Free Quarantine Ebooks from Verso – Reading in a time of coronavirus: download your free … Continue reading

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