“Active Intolerance: Michel Foucault, the Prisons Information Group, and the Future of Abolition” explores the Prison Information Group (GIP), an organization founded by notable academics, including Michel Foucault and Gilles Deleuze, to expose the deplorable conditions of the French Prison system. In this interview, I spoke with the book’s editors, Perry Zurn and Andrew Dilts, about the legacy and lessons of the GIP.
The Everyday Analysis Collective issue a call-for-papers for an online issue on critical theory and politics
Ranciere, Sloterdijk, Nancy and more.
Sartre, Goldman, Deleuze and more.
Louis Althusser’s concept of ‘interpellation’ used to explore Morissey’s lyrics and other miserable pop music.
Agamben, Guattari and more.
The Hong Kong Review of Books has launched a new series of interviews with some of the world’s best critical theorists.
“I arrived last night at the University of Arizona for my event with Edward Snowden and Noam Chomsky. Chomsky arrived shortly after I did and, after I greeted him, the following dialogue ensued:”
Jodi Dean, Fredric Jameson and the latest Radical Thinkers set.
“A Love of UIQ,” is the story of humanity’s first contact with an entity known as the “Infra-Quark Universe,” UIQ for short, a being that relays communications via the chloroplasts of tiny phytoplankton.