Monthly Archives: June 2021

Foucault Studies 30 now published – all open access

Foucault Studies 30 now published – all open access Three articles, one review essay and a lot of reviews, including one of my Canguilhem book and Samuel Talcott’s Georges Canguilhem and the Problem of Error: Resistance: An Arendtian Reading of … Continue reading

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Alison Downham Moore on ‘Foucault’s 1960s Lectures on Sexuality’ – video abstract for our review essay in Theory, Culture and Society

Alison Downham Moore on ‘Foucault’s 1960s Lectures on Sexuality’ – video abstract for Alison Downham Moore and Stuart Elden, review essay on ‘Foucault’s 1960s lectures on sexuality‘, Theory, Culture & Society (open access) This essay is part of the special … Continue reading

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Foucault, les Pères, le sexe, Autour des Aveux de la chair Edited by Philippe Büttgen, Philippe Chevallier, Agustín Colombo, Arianna Sforzini (2021)

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Foucault, les Pères, le sexe. Autour des Aveux de la chair Edited by Philippe Büttgen, Philippe Chevallier, Agustín Colombo, Arianna Sforzini, Éditions de la Sorbonne, 2021 Description in English below Flyer in English Les aveux…

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Alison Downham Moore and Stuart Elden, review essay on ‘Foucault’s 1960s lectures on sexuality’ (open access)

Alison Downham Moore and Stuart Elden, review essay on ‘Foucault’s 1960s lectures on sexuality‘, Theory, Culture & Society (open access) This is part of the special issue on ‘Foucault Before the Collège de France’, which I’m co-editing with Orazio Irrera … Continue reading

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A two-part interview on ‘Power and Time: Temporalities in Conflict and the Making of History’ at Journal of the History of Ideas blog

An Interview on Power and Time at Journal of the History of Ideas blog (part I and part II) The edited volume Power and Time: Temporalities in Conflict and the Making of History (2020) appeared last year from the University of Chicago … Continue reading

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Zygmunt Bauman, Culture and Art Selected Writings, Volume 1 – Polity, July 2021

Zygmunt Bauman, Culture and Art Selected Writings, Volume 1 – Polity, July 2021, translated by Katarzyna Bartoszyńska The sociological imagination and the artistic imagination have been historically intertwined, at once reciprocal and conflicting, complementary and tensional.  This connection is nowhere more apparent … Continue reading

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Andy Merrifield, Lefebvre and Althusser: reinterpreting Marxist humanism and anti-humanism

Andy Merrifield, Lefebvre and Althusser: reinterpreting Marxist humanism and anti-humanism at Monthly Review online

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Paul Reitter and Chad Wellmon, Permanent Crisis: The Humanities in a Disenchanted Age – University of Chicago Press, August 2021

Paul Reitter and Chad Wellmon, Permanent Crisis: The Humanities in a Disenchanted Age – University of Chicago Press, August 2021 The humanities, considered by many as irrelevant for modern careers and hopelessly devoid of funding, seem to be in a … Continue reading

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Walter Benjamin, Toward the Critique of Violence: A Critical Edition, edited by Peter Fenves and Julia Ng – Stanford University Press, June 2021

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Walter Benjamin, Toward the Critique of Violence: A Critical Edition, edited by Peter Fenves and Julia Ng – Stanford University Press, June 2021 Marking the centenary of Walter Benjamin’s immensely influential essay, “Toward the Critique…

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British Academy 10-Minute Talks: The Early Foucault

I was pleased to be asked to give one of the British Academy 10-Minute Talks on The Early Foucault (Polity, 2021) The world’s leading professors explain the latest thinking in the humanities and social sciences in just 10 minutes. In … Continue reading

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