Foucault Resources

foucault in his study

Elden, S. “The Uncollected Foucault“, Foucault Studies, No 20, 2015,  pp. 340-53 (open access).

Foucault’s uncollected notes, lectures and interviews – list with links

Foucault’s collaborative projects – a bibliography 

Foucault and the Groupe Information Santé – a bibliography

Foucault audio files – links to all the available ones online, ordered chronologically.

Foucault, crime and prisons – on film and online

Additions to above welcome.

The textual issues around Foucault’s ‘What is an Author?’

When did Foucault translate Leo Spitzer?

‘The refugee problem is a foreshadowing of the 21st century’s great migration’ – a previously untranslated interview from 1979

Foucault on Frans Hals, The Regents and the History of Madness

‘No Posthumous Publications’ – responses to some questions about Foucault and the future publication of the History of Sexuality Vol IV

Foucault’s 1983 seminar at Berkeley – tracing the people in the ‘cowboy hat’ photograph

History of Sexuality volume II – a comparison of the three different introductions

‘Rêver de ses plaisirs’ – comparison of the 1983 article and 1984 chapter

Foucault’s History of Sexuality – a table of Foucault’s various plans, with a list of his lecture courses and related material – last updated 9 November 2014 (pdfjpg)

Graham Burchell – notes on the translation of ‘Society Must be Defended’, 4 November 2014

Graham Burchell – La société punitive: an editorial curiosity, 23 June 2014

Foucault on the State in 1975 – a previously untranslated comment

“About the Concept of the ‘Dangerous Individual’ in Legal Psychiatry of the 19th Century” – details of variant English and French texts (with the help of Javier Velásquez)

Foucault’s Order of Things diagram 

Foucault on Kant’s ‘What is Enlightenment?’ – a mini bibliography

‘Maurice Florence’ on Michel Foucault – the missing opening paragraph

Manifesto of the Groupe d’Information sur les prisons – a full translation of the short text co-authored by Foucault, made in August 2013.

Foucault, “Cérémonie, théâtre et politique au XVIIe siècle”, 7 April 1972, English summary by Stephen Davidson. See also my discussion here and here.

A short previously untranslated comment by Foucault on religion, witches and madness – and the need for a structuralist study

The missing question from Foucault’s ‘Confession of the Flesh’ interview – a translation

A detailed post asking “Is it time for a new translation of Foucault’s Surveiller et punir?“, outlining a number of issues with the existing translation Discipline and Punish (22 January 2014).

A few translated excerpts from the discussion following Foucault’s ‘Truth and Juridical Forms’ lectures in Rio, 25 May 1973

The English language sources of Foucault’s L’origine de l’herméneutique de soi

Généalogie des équipements de normalisation: Les équipements sanitaires – details of one of Foucault’s collaborative projects

Further details of my books Foucault’s Last Decade (Polity Press 2016), Foucault: The Birth of Power (Polity Press 2017) including updates on their writing.

Many more resources available at foucault.info and michel-foucault.com

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