Tag Archives: Michael Watts

Day three in the Foucault archive at UC Berkeley

A final day in the Bancroft library at UC Berkeley (see my notes on day one and day two). Today I listened to some recordings they had of lectures in São Paulo. The library catalogue provides no information at all, and Beaulieu’s list just … Continue reading

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Michael Watts on Boko Haram in the Huffington Post

Michael Watts in interviewed about Boko Haram in the Huffington Post. Thanks to Teo Ballvé for the link. As a reminder, my annotated bibliography on Boko Haram – which includes pieces by Michael – is available here.

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