Foucault News

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

Foucault Studies, Number 30, June 2021 Articles Resistance: An Arendtian Reading of Solidarity and Friendship in Foucault Liesbeth Schoonheim Avowing Unemployment: Confessional Jobseeker Interviews and Professional CVs Tom Boland The Carnival of the Mad: Foucault’s Window into the Origin of Psychology Hannah Lyn Venable Book Reviews Nancy Luxon (ed.), Archives of Infamy: Foucault on State …

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La règle du jeu, n° 72: “Michel Foucault, penseur d’aujourd’hui” Amazon link « On devrait tout lire, tout étudier. » Telle fut la méthode, telle fut aussi l’ambition que se fixa Michel Foucault : traquer, partout dans la société, les mécaniques de pouvoir et de discipline ; identifier les expériences-limites qui forment l’ADN de notre …

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Foucault Studies, Number 29, 9 April 2021 Special Issue: Foucault’s History of Sexuality Vol. 4, Confessions of the Flesh Editorial Sverre Raffnsøe, Alain Beaulieu, Barbara Cruikshank, Bregham Dalgliesh, Knut Ove Eliassen, Varena Erlenbusch, Alex Feldman, Marius Gudmand-Høyer, Thomas Götselius, Robert Harvey, Robin Holt, Leonard Richard Lawlor, Daniele Lorenzini, Edward McGushin, Hernan Camilo Pulido Martinez, Giovanni …

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Anthias, P., Hoffmann, K. The making of ethnic territories: Governmentality and counter-conducts (2021) Geoforum, 119, pp. 218-226. DOI: 10.1016/j.geoforum.2020.06.027 Abstract “Ethnic territories” were a central political technology of colonial rule, which also shaped strategies of anti-colonial resistance in diverse contexts. Today, in former colonies, the making of ethnic territories remains a key site of both …

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Sabrina Corbellini and Margriet Hoogvliet (eds.): “Medieval and Early Modern Places and Spaces of Knowledge,” in: Le foucaldien, 7/1 (2021), Collection launched: 29 Mar 2021 This special collection welcomes articles discussing places and spaces connected to knowledge and its practices in the premodern period. In order to be fully understood and investigated, knowledge should be …

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The new issue of Philosophical Inquiries (IX, 1-2021)  features a Focus section discussing Ian Hacking’s philosophy,  his arguments on the combination between history and philosophy of science, on experimental realism, on scientific stability and on the disunity of the sciences. The Focus section is edited by Matteo Vagelli and Marica Setaro. The issue also presents …

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Call for Abstracts: Feminist Takes on Post-Truth Politics Special Issue Philosophy and Social Criticism PDF of Call for Abstracts Feminist Takes on Post Truth This volume solicits essays that address the politics of (post-)truth as a distinctive matter of concern for feminist philosophy. Post-truth, both as a political phenomenon and an emergent discourse, has not …

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Vol III, No 1: Governmentality, Liberalism, Biopower, Genealogy of the Modern Subject. Foucault’s Lectures at the Collège de France 1978-80 Security, Territory and Population; The Birth of Biopolitics; On the Government of the Living. Volume III of the Foucault Lecture Series. Published: 2020-12-16 Open access EDITORIAL [extract] Sverre Raffnsøe, Alain Beaulieu, Barbara Cruikshank, Knut Ove …

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Lee, K. (2020). Michel Foucault in technology-enhanced learning: An analytic review of 10 Foucauldian studies on online education. Studies in Technology Enhanced Learning, 1(1). DOI: https://doi.org/10.21428/8c225f6e.6ff53517 Abstract This paper aims to introduce Foucault’s theoretical ideas to researchers of Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL), particularly researchers who are interested in online educational provisions. This paper explains some of …

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