Foucault News

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

  materiali foucaultiani volume VI, number 11-12 (January-December 2017) TABLE OF CONTENTS Le confessioni della carne  (pp. 3-6) Laura Cremonesi, Orazio Irrera, Daniele Lorenzini, Martina Tazzioli FULL ARTICLE Michel Foucault et la subjectivation Introduzione. Soggettivazione e assoggettamento, a partire da Foucault  (pp. 9-14)   Laura Cremonesi, Orazio Irrera, Daniele Lorenzini, Martina Tazzioli FULL ARTICLE Subjectivité et normativité …

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The 25th issue of Foucault Studies, Foucault and Philosophical Practice, has now been published. (September 2018) The journal is open source. The issue amounts to no less than 23 contributions and a sum total of more than 400 pages. In addition to the special issue on “Foucault and Philosophical Practice”, comprising four articles with a …

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Foucault and the politics of resistance in Brazil, Carceral Notebooks, vol. 13, 2017 Bernard E. Harcourt, Preface Marcelo Hoffman, Special Editor, Introduction Salma Tannus Muchail and Márcio Alves da Fonseca, Power and Resistance: Foucault’s Laboratory in Brazil Marcelo Hoffman, From Public Silence to Public Protest: Foucault at the University of São Paulo in 1975 Edson Passetti, Foucault …

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Special issue on Foucault in Iran Iran Namag Volume 3, Number 2, Summer 2018 English Verso Foucault and Iran Reconsidered: Revolt, Religion, and Neoliberalism Michiel Leezenberg French Secular Thought: Foucault and Political Spirituality Brian Turner Risking Prophecy in the Modern State: Foucault, Iran, and the Conduct of the Corey McCall Foucault and Epicureanism of the …

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Angelaki, Journal of the Theoretical Humanities Special Issue: Problems in twentieth-century French philosophy Vol 23, no. 2 2018 Issue editors: Sean Bowden and Mark G.E. Kelly Introduction PROBLEMS IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY FRENCH PHILOSOPHY Sean Bowden & Mark G.E. Kelly Page: 1 Editorial PROBLEMATIZING PROBLEMS Sean Bowden & Mark G.E. Kelly Pages: 2-7 THE MISADVENTURES OF THE …

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Foucault Studies Number 24, June 2018: Foucauldian Spaces Table of Contents Editorial – Special Issue, Foucauldian Spaces Sverre Raffnsøe Section in collaboration with Foucault Circle Introductory Essay: Foucauldian Spaces Dianna Taylor, Joanna Crosby Articles South Africa as postcolonial heterotopia: The racialized experience of place and space Charles Villet The 2015 Baltimore Protests: Human Capital and …

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Confluence Concourse: Call for Publication: Special Issue on “Political Genealogy after Foucault” Genealogy is now accepting submissions for a Special Issue on the theme, “Political Genealogy After Foucault.” Inspired by the work of Michel Foucault, this issue invites essays from scholars employing political genealogy as a methodology and model of theoretical inquiry representing a wide range …

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Nudges: Better choices?, The Tocqueville Review/La revue Tocqueville, Volume 37, Number 1, 2016. Special issue. Nudges:Better choices? Introduction Malik Bozzo-Rey, Anne Brunon-Ernst, and Arnaud Van Waeyenberge, (Membres du French Nudge Project) Brief excerpt Nudges en questions L’ouvrage Nudge de Cass Sunstein et Richard Thaler1 est singulier à plusieurs titres : il est en effet rare …

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CALL FOR PAPERS materiali foucaultiani journal / Associazione italiana Walter Benjamin Foucault and Benjamin Materiali foucaultiani journal and the Italian Association “Walter Benjamin” launch a call for papers dedicated to a comparison between Walter Benjamin and Michel Foucault. MF journal proposes to open up new research pathways that jointly crisscross the works of Benjamin and Foucault, beyond the …

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Michel Foucault « Un très beau feu d’artifice » Critique 2016/12 (n° 835) Présentation En 1978, devant des étudiants californiens, Michel Foucault rêvait à haute voix de « livres bombes » : ils ne tueraient personne, mais « disparaîtraient peu de temps après qu’on les aurait lus ou utilisés ». La philosophie comme Mission impossible …

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