Monthly Archives: July 2022

Bibliography of Foucault’s shorter works in English translation by Richard Lynch. Updated July 2022

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Bibliography of Foucault’s shorter works in English translation by Richard Lynch. Richard Lynch has updated his very valuable bibliography of Foucault’s shorter works in English translation. You can find the bibliography and associated material on…

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Territorial Bodies: World Culture in Crisis – University of Warwick, 25 February 2023

Territorial Bodies: World Culture in Crisis Saturday 25th February 2023, University of Warwick Keynote Addresses: Dr. Lauren Wilcox, University of Cambridge Prof. Kathryn Yusoff, Queen Mary University London Call for Papers now available In his discussion of the socio-ecological crisis … Continue reading

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Books received – Olender, Neilson et. al., Davis & Dean, Lichnerowicz et. al., Walker, Adorno, Febvre & Bloch, Droit

Maurice Olender, Race sans histoire; three books from Open Humanities Press – Contagion Design, Data Farms: Circuits, Labour, Territory and Logistical Worlds: Infrastructure, Software, Labour; Oliver Davis and Tim Dean, Hatred of Sex; one of the seminars organised by André … Continue reading

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Alexander C. Diener and Joshua Hagen (eds.), Invisible Borders in a Bordered World: Power, Mobility, and Belonging – Routledge, 2022

Alexander C. Diener and Joshua Hagen (eds.), Invisible Borders in a Bordered World: Power, Mobility, and Belonging – Routledge, 2022 This book critically challenges the usual territorial understanding of borders by examining the often messy internal, transborder, ambiguous, and in-between … Continue reading

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Foucault’s library card

I found this yesterday, while looking for something else. It’s Foucault’s library card for the Bibliothèque nationale de France, found on their images site. I can’t read and/or decipher it all, but here’s what I can work out. [It’s worth … Continue reading

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On the Greatness of Marx

Originally posted on Destratified:
I think Felix Guattari and I have remained Marxists, in our two different ways, perhaps, but both of us. Control and BecomingGilles Deleuze in conversation with Antonio Negri The final book Deleuze was working on before…

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Indo-European Thought project update 4: Editing and Introducing Dumézil’s Mitra-Varuna, and working with Foucault’s Lecture Courses 

Editing Georges Dumézil’s Mitra-Varuna has taken far longer than I expected, but I think the text of the book is now complete. The major challenge, as I’ve indicated before, was the process of checking, completing and sometimes correcting Dumézil’s references. I’ve been mainly … Continue reading

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Philippe Chevallier, Foucault avant Foucault (2022)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Chevallier, Philippe. « Foucault avant Foucault », Archives de Philosophie, vol. 85, no. 3, 2022, pp. 151-156. https://doi.org/10.3917/aphi.853.0151 Article en accès gratuit jusqu’au 30/07/22 sur : https://www.cairn.info/tap-gmsjcp22r371o En 2013, la Bibliothèque nationale de France a…

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Irus Braverman (ed.), Laws of the Sea: Interdisciplinary Currents – Routledge, July 2022 (open access e-book) and short film

I’ve mentioned this book before – Irus Braverman (ed.), Laws of the Sea:Interdisciplinary Currents – Routledge, July 2022. Available in hardback, paperback and open access e-book here. 20% off discount before end August 2022 with code ASM06. One of the chapters comes from … Continue reading

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Foucault, Sexuality, Antiquity. Eds. Sandra Boehringer, Daniele Lorenzini (2022)

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Foucault, Sexuality, Antiquity, Edited By Sandra Boehringer, Daniele Lorenzini, Routledge, 2022 Book Description Foucault, Sexuality, Antiquity, published for the first time in English, takes an interdisciplinary approach to exploring how the work of Michel Foucault…

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