Foucault News

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

Thoughts on the History of Telos, 1968–2018 By Timothy W. Luke, Telos Wednesday, July 11, 2018 On June 8, 2018, Telos celebrated its fiftieth anniversary at a special event held in New York City. Speakers included Telos Press publisher Maria Piccone, Telos editors Russell Berman, Tim Luke, David Pan, and Adrian Pabst, as well as Jacob Siegel, who delivered a talk …

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Benno Premsela Lecture 2017 by Paul B. Preciado Philosopher, curator and transgender activist Paul B. Preciado gave the 2017 Benno Premsela Lecture during Thursday Night Live! at Het Nieuwe Instituut. Preciado is one of the leading thinkers in the study of gender and sexual politics, in this lecture he addressed architecture as a technology of …

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The myth of the Russian paternalism: how have market reforms changed the “Soviet person?” Realnoe Vremya, 21.03.2017 Philosopher and sociologist Gregory Yudin delivered a lecture on ”The myth of the Russian paternalism: how have market reforms changed the ”Soviet person?” at the contemporary culture center Smena on 11 March. In his speech, the scientist told …

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A Foucauldian Take on Border Violence and Mediterranean Acts of Escape, Maurice Stierl, 04/25/16 Audio of lecture Co-sponsored by the Center for the Study of Law and Society, Townsend Center for the Humanities: Course Thread on Law and the Humanities, and the Institute of European Studies. The unauthorized mass-movements of 2015, when more than a …

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As part of the Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Religion Forum 2009-10 Lecture Series, Mark D. Jordan, Richard Reinhold Niebuhr Professor of Divinity at HDS, presented “Reading Foucault: Becoming Again What We Never Were” on April 12, 2010. This event was sponsored by the Committee on Women, Gender, and Sexuality in Religion at Harvard.

Jessica Whyte on Michel Foucault and ‘the right to intervene’ Audio of talk on the Foucault-Blog Last year Jessica Whyte from the University of Western Sydney was a visiting scholar at the Zentrum Geschichte des Wissens in Zurich. On October 22, she held a lecture on “A Right of Private Individuals or a Responsibility of …

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The Neoliberalism Controversy and Saint Foucault Professor Mitchell Dean Copenhagen Business School PDF flyer WHEN Tues 15 December 2015 3pm – 5pm WHERE Room 116 Sir Llew Edwards Building (14) The University of Queensland St Lucia campus There is currently something of a controversy concerning Michel Foucault and neoliberalism, sparked by a book of that …

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