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

Siyambalapitiya, J., Zhang, X., Liu, X. Is governmentality the missing link for greening the economic growth? (2018) Sustainability (Switzerland), 10 (11), art. no. 4204. DOI: 10.3390/su10114204 open access Abstract The new concept of “green growth” appears to be an economic growth model, which balances environment sustainability and fostering of economic growth. Yet, much of the …

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Grohmangrohman, S. Making space for free subjects: Squatting, resistance, and the possibility of ethics (2018) HAU: Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 8 (3), pp. 506-521. DOI: 10.1086/701113 Open access Abstract Anthropologists working on ethics have emphasized the importance of freedom for the becoming of ethical subjects. While some have therefore aligned themselves with the later work …

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Haskaj, F. From biopower to necroeconomies: Neoliberalism, biopower and death economies (2018) Philosophy and Social Criticism, 44 (10), pp. 1148-1168. DOI: 10.1177/0191453718772596 Open access Abstract The deaths of millions from war, genocide, poverty and famine are symptomatic of a crisis that extends beyond site-specific failures of governance, culture or economies. Rather than reiterate standard critiques …

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Borderlands, Issue 17.2, 2018 Migration and Mobility Politics Open access. The contributions from Richie Wyver, Steven Farry, Fabiane Ramos, Mahmoud Kesharvarz and Eric Snodgrass, and Lewis Rarm, shine light upon the complex production of otherness both within and across the borders of the contemporary nation-state. The authors employ a range of critical tools, from Bhabha’s …

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Tonner, P. Heidegger, heterotopic dwelling and prehistoric art: An initial indication of a field of research (2018) Religions, 9 (12), art. no. 405. DOI: 10.3390/rel9120405 Open access Abstract This paper begins to develop an interpretation of European cave art based on Martin Heidegger’s account of artistic production and ‘dwelling’ so as to indicate a potentially …

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Special Issue: Processes of Subjectivation: Biopolitics and the Politics of Literature, Comparative Literature and Culture 20.4 (2018)_ Issue 20.4 (December 2018) Ed. Azucena G. Blanco   The Eventualization of Political Thinking: From the Arab Revolutions to the Trump Era Oscar Barroso The Composition of History: a Critical Point of View of Michel Foucault’s Archaeology Javier …

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Gálvez Aguirre, Javier. “The Composition of History: a Critical Point of View of Michel Foucault’s Archaeology.” CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 20.4 (2018): DOI:10.7771/1481-4374.3359 Abstract: In “The Composition of History: a Critical Point of View of Michel Foucault’s Archaeology” Javier Gálvez discusses a very specific aspect within the work of Foucault: the role of the …

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Daniele Lorenzini Benjamin/Foucault : histoire, discontinuité, utopie, Phantasia, Volume 7 – 2018 Résumé Cet article se propose de montrer qu’un dialogue « à distance » entre Benjamin et Foucault peut être construit à partir d’au moins trois thèmes. Premièrement, leur conception du moment présent, ou plus précisément, du rapport vertical que le présent institue avec …

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Cadernos Nietzsche versão impressa ISSN 1413-7755versão On-line ISSN 2316-8242 Cad. Nietzsche vol.39 no.2 São Paulo maio/ago. 2018 http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/2316-82422018v3902cer Open access Nietzsche, a genealogia, a história: Foucault, a genealogia, os corpos Carlos Eduardo Ribeiro Professor da Universidade Federal do ABC (UFABC), São Bernardo do Campo, SP, Brasil. RESUMO Este artigo analisa as quatro primeiras partes do …

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New issue of Critical Inquiry: Davidson and His Interlocutors Volume 45, Number 2 | Winter 2019 Open access Articles in this issue include amongst others David Halperin, Queer Love Daniele Lorenzini, The Emergence of Desire: Notes Toward a Political History of the Will Michel Foucault, Structuralism and Literary Analysis