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

Connor J Cavanagh, Political ecologies of biopower: diversity, debates, and new frontiers of inquiry, Journal of Political Ecology, Vol 25, No 1 (2018) DOI: https://doi.org/10.2458/v25i1.23047 Open access Abstract This article reviews recent literature on the political ecologies of conservation and environmental change mitigation, highlighting the biopolitical stakes of many writings in this field. Although a …

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Methmann, Chris. “The Sky Is the Limit: Global Warming as Global Governmentality.” European Journal of International Relations 19, no. 1 (March 2013): 69–91. doi:10.1177/1354066111415300. Open access Abstract The concept of governmentality has gained significant influence among scholars of International Relations. Recently, however, there is a growing literature engaging critically with the notion of a global …

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Michel Foucault et la force des mots,, Phantasia, Volume 8 – 2019 Dirigé par Daniele Lorenzini Daniele Lorenzini Foucault et la force des mots : de l’extralinguistique à la subjectivation Philippe Sabot Le langage au pouvoir. Foucault, lecteur de Brisset Emmanuel Salanskis Une fidélité de Foucault à Nietzsche : le langage comme fil conducteur généalogique …

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Joe Hanley, The ‘quality’ of social work students in England: a genealogy of discourse 2002–18. Critical and Radical Social Work, online: August 23, 2019 DOI: 10.1332/204986019X15567132118821 Open access Abstract Students entering university-based social work qualifying education are increasingly constructed in policy as lacking in quality. This article presents a genealogy of discourse examining major reports …

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Daniel Verginelli Galantin, A dimensão literária da genealogia em Foucault, Kriterion. Revista de Filosofia, v. 60, n. 143 (2019) Open Access PDF Resumo Neste artigo propomos estabelecer uma comparação entre escritos de Foucault sobre a literatura, notadamente seu livro “Raymond Roussel”, e textos que se consagraram pela fortuna crítica enquanto fundadores da genealogia, especificamente “Nietzsche, …

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Sundal, H., Petersen, K.A., Boge, J. Exclusion and inclusion of parents of hospitalized children in Norway in the period 1877–2017 (2019) BMC Nursing, 18 (1), art. no. 6. Open access DOI: 10.1186/s12912-019-0330-6 Abstract Background: Today, Norwegian parents have the right to stay with their children when they are in hospital. This right is relatively new. …

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Cseke, Á. (2019). Au sujet de l’édition de Michel Foucault, Le courage de la vérité. Quelques remarques du traducteur hongrois. Le Foucaldien, 5(1), 2. DOI: 10.16995/lefou.58 Open access. Article in French Abstract This article examines the text edition of the last course that Michel Foucault delivered at the Collège de France before his death in …

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Special Issue: Biopolítica, segurización y gubernamentalidad, Revista Mexicana De Análisis Político Y Administración Pública, Vol. 7, núm. 2 (2018) Open access Tabla de contenidos Índice Índice PDF 1-2 Presentación Presentación PDF José de Jesús Ramírez Macias, Cuauhtémoc N. Hernández Martínez 3-10 Autor invitado La frontera incorporada: espacio, cuerpo y seguridad PDF Ignacio Mendiola Gonzalo 13-32 …

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Alex Moskowitz, The Production of the Subject: Foucault, Marx, and the Ontology of the Market, Polygraph, Issue 27, 2019. Special Issue: Neoliberalism And Social Reproduction Open Access First paragraph Though Michel Foucault certainly was not the first to write about the primacy of the market within capitalism, few have been able, with such precision, to …

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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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