Foucault News

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

Biopolitics & Democracy – Interview Rodrigo Nunes Mar 29, 2022 Interview with Rodrigo Nunes (Philosophy, PUC-Rio) on biopolitics, democracy, the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, and his new book ‘Neither Vertical Nor Horizontal: A Theory of Political Organization’ (Verso 2021), with Daniele Lorenzini and Federico Testa. For more videos, visit our website

Jessica Whyte, Neoliberal Freedom as Stoic Resignation, LSE Events, podcast, 10 Feb 2022 In this talk, Jessica Whyte will trace the development of neoliberal attitudes to the subjective comportment required for a functioning competitive market. Her focus is on the irony by which a neoliberal movement that emerged as a critique of the stoic resignation …

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Discussions on Intolerable: Writings from Michel Foucault and the Prisons Information Group (U of Minnesota Press, 2021), eds. Kevin Thompson and Perry Zurn and trs. Perry Zurn and Erik Beranek. **Conversations in Atlantic theory: Kevin Thompson and Perry Zurn on Intolerable: . Podcast (January 2022) **Recorded Zoom Conversation with Kevin Thompson and Perry Zurn on …

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The Telos Press Podcast: Kyle Baasch on Adorno and Foucault in San Francisco By Telos Press · Sunday, December 12, 2021 In today’s episode of the Telos Press Podcast, David Pan talks with Kyle Baasch about his article “Critical Theory in the Flesh: Adorno and Foucault in San Francisco,” from Telos 196 (Fall 2021). An excerpt of the article …

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Mengmeng GAO Bibliothèque historique de la Ville de Paris (BHVP), 2 octobre 2021, Paris. Date et horaire exacts : Le samedi 2 octobre 2021 de 19h à 2h gratuit Surveiller et Punir – Vidéo Mengmeng GAO est originaire de Pékin (Chine), où elle est née en 1986. Elle vit et travaille à Paris. L’œuvre Surveiller …

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Nadieszda Kizenko, Good for the Souls, A History of Confession in the Russian Empire, OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 2021 Audio interview with the author on the New Books Network From the moment that Tsars as well as hierarchs realized that having their subjects go to confession could make them better citizens as well as better Christians, …

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