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News and resources on French thinker Michel Foucault (1926-1984)

Progressive Geographies

Although the Shakespeare Territories book is coming out in a few months, I’ve been back working on Shakespeare. Initially this was for a summary article of the book’s argument for a short article for Territory, Politics, Governance, which should be published fairly soon. Then it has been for the third in what is becoming a sequence of pieces on Foucault and Shakespeare – the others were on ceremony (open access) and madness (forthcoming). This new piece is on contagion, for a conference organised by the Kingston Shakespeare seminar on 23 June. I’ve enjoyed returning to Shakespeare again for this new piece, which has a long discussion of Troilus and Cressida, and a shorter one of All’s Well That Ends Well – two plays I only mentioned briefly in Shakespearean Territories. I’ll also be a speaking about Shakespeare at an event organised by Warwick and RADA for sixth-form…

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