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Springer acquire Palgrave, and future Foucault translations

Springer have acquired Palgrave as part of a merger with Macmillan – details here. Palgrave publish the translations of Foucault’s Collège de France lectures. Graham Burchell tells me that Subjectivity and Truth has only just gone into production, as result of changes at the press, … Continue reading

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Back in Paris at the Bibliothèque Nationale, Caen tomorrow for the Foucault work

Back in Paris at the Bibliothèque Nationale today. A few hours going through another box of Foucault’s manuscripts at the Richelieu site, then over to the François Mitterrand site to go through some newsletters and pamphlets relating to his activism. … Continue reading

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Hot off the press – Foucault’s Théories et institutions pénales is published

Hot off the press – Foucault’s Théories et institutions pénales is published. This is the last Collège de France course to appear, though it is the second in sequence, from 1971-72. Bernard E. Harcourt edited the text, it comes with … Continue reading

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David Macey obituary

I mentioned his sad death a few weeks back. There is now an obituary in The Guardian.

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David Macey

Some sad news. David Macey, author of the best biography of Foucault, translator of Society Must Be Defended and author of Lacan in Contexts, among other works, has died. The Verso blog has the news and more details. he was … Continue reading

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