Tag Archive for ‘foucault’

Foucault at 90

International Conference University of the West of Scotland Ayr Campus, Scotland, UK Call for Papers This year marks the 90th anniversary of the birth of the French thinker Michel Foucault (1926-84). This interdisciplinary conference aims to reflect on the work… Read More ›

CfP: Bio-power(ful) Cloud-Bodies

Bio-power(ful) Cloud-Bodies Host: Foucault Madness Collective Date: Saturday, September 26th, 2015. Location: The Historic Thibodo House (1150 Lupine Hills Drive, Vista, CA) Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jack Halberstam The Foucault Madness Conference is back for a second year! This year’s theme… Read More ›

Foucault, Biopolitics and Critique

In this podcast, originally recorded for Sociology@Warwick, Claire Blencowe talks about her new book Biopolitical Experience: Biopolitical Experience offers an original and comprehensive interpretation of Michel Foucault’s analysis of biopolitics – situating biopolitics in the context of embodied histories of subjectivity, affective investments and… Read More ›

Chomsky vs. Foucault

We suspect many readers will have already seen this video, recorded at a 1991 debate between Michel Foucault and Noam Chomsky. But if you haven’t then you’re in for a treat: two of the finest radical minds of the 20th century… Read More ›

Foucault reads Kafka

SI presents an interesting video lecture by literary scholar Brian Artese. It discusses the work of Michel Foucault through the lens of Franz Kafka’s 1915 novel, Der Prozess (The Trial). Part 1