Foucault’s Historical Imaginary – Western Sydney University, 14 June 2022, online

Foucault’s Historical Imaginary – Western Sydney University, 14 June 2022, online. Free, but registration required. 6-8pm AEST; 9-11am BST.

A discussion of Foucault’s historical method with Alison Downham Moore, Mark G. E. Kelly, and Stuart Elden.

Despite the enormous influence of Michel Foucault’s thought in the contemporary humanities and social sciences, including in history, and the clearly historical nature of his most widely read works, Foucault’s historical method remains relatively under-explored. Associate Professor Alison Downham Moore and Associate Professor Mark G. E. Kelly (both of Western Sydney University) and Professor Stuart Elden (Warwick University) invite you to a preliminary public discussion, inaugurating a joint project to map Foucault’s historical imaginary.

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4 Responses to Foucault’s Historical Imaginary – Western Sydney University, 14 June 2022, online

  1. dmf says:

    was this recorded?

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