“Foucault Was Always Much More Circumspect”: Stuart Elden on Foucault’s Politics and the Rediscovery of His Early Years – 2nd part of Journal of the History of Ideas interview

Elden-10The second part of my interview with Jonas Knatz and Anne Schult for the Journal of History of Ideas blog is now available – “Foucault Was Always Much More Circumspect”: Stuart Elden on Foucault’s Politics and the Rediscovery of His Early Years

In this part I discuss Foucault’s political activism, the relation of lecture courses and notes to his publications, his collaborative research projects, working with archives and how I use this blog. The final chapter discusses the research for The Early Foucault. Part 1 of the interview is here.

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1 Response to “Foucault Was Always Much More Circumspect”: Stuart Elden on Foucault’s Politics and the Rediscovery of His Early Years – 2nd part of Journal of the History of Ideas interview

  1. Clare O'Farrell says:

    Reblogged this on Foucault News.

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