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Foucault Studies, Vol 1 No 28 (2020): Number 28, September 2020

The editors of Foucault Studies are pleased to publish this issue containing a review symposium of Verena Erlenbusch-Anderson’s “Genealogies of Terrorism” as well as four original articles and three book reviews.

Sverre Raffnsøe et al.

Review Symposium
Preface to Symposium on Verena Erlenbusch-Anderson’s “Genealogies of Terrorism”
Colin Koopman

Examining Genealogy as Engaged Critique
Samir Haddad

Genealogy, Terrorism, and the “Relays” of Thought
Sarah K. Hansen

Situating Genealogies of Terrorism
Cressida J. Heyes

Genealogy as Multiplicity, Contestation, and Relay: Response to Samir Haddad, Sarah Hansen, and Cressida Heyes
Verena Erlenbusch-Anderson

The carceral existence of social work academics: a Foucauldian analysis of social work education in English universities
Diane Simpson, Sarah Amsler

On the Ways of Writing the History of the State
Eli B. Lichtenstein

Foucault On Psychoanalysis: Missed Encounter or Gordian Knot?
Mark G. E. Kelly

Parrhesia and the ethics of public service – towards a genealogy of the bureaucrat as frank counsellor
Edward Barratt

Review Essay
Foucault on Drugs: The Personal, the Ethical and the Political in Foucault in California
Kurt Borg

Book Reviews
Marcelo Hoffman (special ed.), Foucault and the Politics of Resistance in Brazil. The Carceral Notebooks 13. (2017-2018). pp. 230.
Pedro Mauricio Garcia Dotto

C. Heike Schotten, Queer Terror: Life, Death, and Desire in the Settler Colony. (New York: Columbia University Press, 2018). 272 pp. ISBN: 9780231187473.
Yin-An Chen

One thought on “Foucault Studies: New issue (2020)

  1. stuartelden says:

    Reblogged this on Progressive Geographies and commented:
    New issue of Foucault Studies – all open access


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