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 and Daniele Lorenzini. The other papers available so far are listed here.

While our review is of the French edition, the English translation of these lectures, translated by Graham Burchell and with an introduction to Bernard Harcourt is out very soon.

I’ll also be discussing these lectures in The Archaeology of Foucault, the final book in my series tracing the intellectual history of Foucault’s entire career.

Update: Alison has a video abstract for the paper

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