Foucault News

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

English Translations of Foucault’s work

This page includes links to bibliographies and lists additional items not included in those bibliographies. The page is ‘under construction’. If you know of items that are not listed here and that are not included in the linked bibliographies, either send me an email or post in the comments section for this page. For additional bibliographies of, and relating to, Foucault’s work in French and English see the bibliographies page on the current site.


Books published during Foucault’s lifetime
The best online site for a complete list of Foucault’s books in English is the Wikipedia site on Foucault

Michel Foucault, “The order of discourse”, Trans. Thomas Scott-Railton in Nancy Luxon (Ed.), Archives of Infamy. Foucault on State Power in the Lives of Ordinary Citizens, University of Minnesota Press, 2019.

Items included in Dits et Ecrits
Michel Foucault’s shorter works in English translation. A bibliography by Richard Lynch
This bibliography lists translations of items included in Dits et Ecrits, Gallimard 1994, as well as some others not included in this collection.

Posthumous edited collections and lecture series
The Wikipedia site on Foucault lists a selection of lectures and other works available in English

Shorter works not in Dits et Ecrits

Stuart Elden, ‘The Uncollected Foucault,’ Foucault Studies, No.20, pp. 340-353, December 2015. Open Access. This includes mostly items in French – but there are some texts in English listed.

See also items listed at the end of Richard Lynch’s bibliography.

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