Forthcoming

These are publications currently in production or recently published – it doesn’t include things under review or being drafted. Preprints are listed where available.

Some of my earlier papers are available at Warwick’s publication service WRAP; many more are available on ResearchGate or to download on this site.

Alison Downham Moore and Stuart Elden, “Foucault’s 1960s Lectures on Sexuality“, Theory, Culture and Society (open access). This is part of a theme issue on ‘Foucault before the Collège de France’, edited by me, Daniele Lorenzini and Orazio Irrera. All the currently available papers are listed here.

“How should we do the History of Territory?” in John Agnew ed. The Confines of Territory, London: Routledge, November 2020 – a reprint of an earlier article, available here.

Terrain, Politics, History“, Dialogues in Human Geography. This is published along with responses from Deborah Dixon, Gastón Gordillo, Bruno Latour, Kimberley Peters and Rachael Squire and a reply (Peters and Latour require a subscription but the others are open access).

“Foucault as Translator of Binswanger and von Weizsäcker”, Theory, Culture and Society, online first, open access. This is part of a theme issue on ‘Foucault before the Collège de France’, edited by me, Daniele Lorenzini and Orazio Irrera. All the currently available papers are listed here.

“Ceremony, Genealogy, Political Theology”, in Shirin M. Rai, Milija Gluhovic, Silvija Jestrovic and Michael Saward (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Politics and Performance, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2021.

“Terricide: Lefebvre, Geopolitics and the Killing of the Earth”, in Nigel Clark, Arun Saldanha and Kathryn Yusoff (eds.), Geo-social Formations, New York: Punctum Books, ? – preprint [this one has been delayed for so long it’s not clear that the book will ever actually be published].

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  8. corneliuz says:

    Hi Stuart,

    What has become of your prospective book, The Space of World, which you had outlined plans for in your contribution to ‘Scales of the Earth (New Geographies 4)’ back in 2011? Is it on the back-burner for the indefinite future, or can we expect to see it on shelves within the coming year or two?

    Thanks!

    • stuartelden says:

      Thanks for the interest. That project was abandoned quite a long time ago. I’d applied for various funding schemes to make it work, and wasn’t successful, and then it got taken over by other projects. The Shakespeare and Foucault work both became much bigger than anticipated, and led me in different future directions. Some elements of this work have appeared in articles – the volume paper in 2013, and the violence and earth stuff has fed into some other pieces around terrain. I might do more with the terrain work at some point, possibly historically, which would link back to the interest in fossils. But it’s unlikely to look much like this outline. Thanks again.

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