Monthly Archives: February 2021

BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking ‘Foucault: The History of Sexuality, Volume 4’ – Shahidha Bari with Lisa Downing, Stuart Elden and Stephen Shapiro, 25 February 2021

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BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking – ‘Foucault: The History of Sexuality, Volume 4‘ – Shahidha Bari with Lisa Downing, Stuart Elden, and Stephen Shapiro, 25 February 2021, 10pm (and new available online) On the day…

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Michael J. Shapiro, Writing Politics: Studies in Compositional Method – Routledge, June 2021

Michael J. Shapiro, Writing Politics: Studies in Compositional Method – Routledge, June 2021 Writing Politics is a methods book designed to instruct on politically focused literary inquiry. Exploring the political sensibilities that arise from the way literary fiction re-textualizes historical periods … Continue reading

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Michael J. Shapiro, The Phenomenology of Religious Belief: Media, Philosophy, and the Arts – Bloomsbury, June 2021

Michael J. Shapiro, The Phenomenology of Religious Belief: Media, Philosophy, and the Arts – Bloomsbury, June 2021 In The Phenomenology of Religious Belief, the renowned philosopher Michael J. Shapiro investigates how art – and in particular literature and film – can … Continue reading

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Foucault and Christianity – an online citation resource from Niki Kasumi Clements

Foucault and Christianity – a really interesting online resource from Niki Kasumi Clements, as part of the research for her book Foucault the Confessor. As part of my research on Michel Foucault’s engagement with early Christian texts, I have been … Continue reading

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Klaus Dodds, Border Wars: The Conflicts that will Define our Future – Ebury Press, February 2021

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Klaus Dodds, Border Wars: The Conflicts that will Define our Future – Ebury Press, February 2021 Can Donald Trump really build that wall? What does Brexit mean for Ireland’s border? And what would happen if…

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Daniel Heller-Roazen, Absentees: On Variously Missing Persons – Zone books, March 2021

Daniel Heller-Roazen, Absentees: On Variously Missing Persons – Zone books, March 2021 In thirteen interlocking chapters, Absentees explores the role of the missing in human communities, asking an urgent question: How does a person become a nonperson, whether by disappearance, disenfranchisement, or … Continue reading

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Stuart Hall, Selected Writings on Race and Difference – Duke University Press, April 2021 (and open access introduction by Paul Gilroy)

Stuart Hall, Selected Writings on Race and Difference, edited by Paul Gilroy and Ruth Wilson Gilmore – Duke University Press, 2021 (and open access introduction by Paul Gilroy) In Selected Writings on Race and Difference, editors Paul Gilroy and Ruth Wilson … Continue reading

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Hilary Angelo, How Green Became Good: Urbanized Nature and the Making of Cities and Citizens – University of Chicago Press, February 2021

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Hilary Angelo, How Green Became Good: Urbanized Nature and the Making of Cities and Citizens – University of Chicago Press, February 2021 As projects like Manhattan’s High Line, Chicago’s 606, China’s eco-cities, and Ethiopia’s tree-planting…

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‘Gilbert’ Deleuze and ‘Marcel’ Foucault

Both published in their lifetimes…

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The Archaeology of Foucault update 5: Proofs of The Early Foucault, connected work on dynasties, Canguilhem, Dumézil and Hyppolite

It’s been a while since the last update, and I’d hoped that the Christmas break, a slightly lighter teaching load in term 2 and a reading week would see me make a bit more progress on this manuscript. I haven’t … Continue reading

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