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The Early Foucault update 18: back to work, and thinking about the 1960s

It’s taken longer than anticipated for me to return to the work on The Early Foucault. The last update was back in April. Through the spring the book on Canguilhem was drafted, revised and then submitted to Polity Press on 4 … Continue reading

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Arjen Kleinherenbrink, Against Continuity: Gilles Deleuze’s Speculative Realism – Edinburgh UP, Jan 2019

Arjen Kleinherenbrink, Against Continuity: Gilles Deleuze’s Speculative Realism – Edinburgh UP, Jan 2019 Against Continuity is the first book to demonstrate that the beating heart of Gilles Deleuze’s philosophy is a systematic ontology of irreducible, singular entities. This requires a … Continue reading

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Derek P. McCormack, Atmospheric Things: On the Allure of Elemental Envelopment – OUP, July 2018 (open access intro)

Derek P. McCormack, Atmospheric Things: On the Allure of Elemental Envelopment – OUP, July 2018 Introduction available here In Atmospheric Things Derek P. McCormack explores how atmospheres are imagined, understood, and experienced through experiments with a deceptively simple object: the … Continue reading

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Bill Bunge’s Nuclear War Atlas (poster)

Originally posted on Open Geography:
Bill Bunge, 2008 AAG (Boston). Source. Bill Bunge’s Nuclear War Atlas was published in two formats, a book from Basil Blackwell published in 1988, and a poster published in June 1982, with 28 maps on…

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New Perspectives Issue 1/2018 (open access) – includes excerpts from Laurent Binet’s novels and a Foucauldian reading of Kafka

New Perspectives Issue 1/2018 Click HERE to DOWNLOAD Full Issue PDF Editorial The World Is (Not) Heated Benjamin Tallis Full PDF article (free) Special Section The Prague Agenda Michal Smetana, Anastasia Kazteridis, Matthew Kroenig, Sadia Tasleem, Richard Price, Jeffrey Fields, … Continue reading

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Spaces of Crisis and Critique: Heterotopias Beyond Foucault, edited by Anthony Faramelli, David Hancock, Robert G. White – Bloomsbury September 2018

Spaces of Crisis and Critique: Heterotopias Beyond Foucault, edited by Anthony Faramelli, David Hancock, Robert G. White – Bloomsbury 2018. Unfortunately only hardback and expensive e-book. In Of Other Spaces Foucault coined the term “heterotopias” to signify “all the other … Continue reading

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Camps Revisited: Multifaceted Spatialities of a Modern Political Technology, edited by Irit Katz, Diana Martin, and Claudio Minca – Rowman International, December 2018

Camps Revisited: Multifaceted Spatialities of a Modern Political Technology, edited by Irit Katz, Diana Martin, and Claudio Minca – Rowman International, December 2018 Facing the current growing global archipelago of encampments, this book project intends to develop a geographical reflection on … Continue reading

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CFP: Marx and the City, London, 2 November 2018

Marx & the City Friday, 2 November 2018 A one-day symposium at Arcadia University, The College of Global Studies, London Center, 16-17 Southampton Place, London, W1A 2AJ Confirmed speakers: Professor Ursula Huws; Professor Donald Sassoon; Dr Lindsey German Deadline for … Continue reading

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Foucault at the movies (2018)

Originally posted on Foucault News:
Editor: I am delighted to have just received a first copy of the new book. Foucault at the Movies Michel Foucault, Patrice Maniglier, Dork Zabunyan. Translated and edited by Clare O’Farrell, Columbia University Press, 2018…

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Reading Derrida’s Geschlecht III: Responses to an Archival Discovery, Princeton, Oct 12-13 2018

Reading Derrida’s Geschlecht III: Responses to an Archival Discovery, Princeton, Oct 12-13 2018. Derrida wrote four papers on the theme of ‘Geschlecht’ – race, lineage, sex, and multiple other meanings – in Heidegger, publishing I, II and IV. The third … Continue reading

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