The Foucault Madness Collective is now accepting submissions for their September, 2014 conference. The conference is free and open to the public.
Tag Archives: Foucault
Michelle Foucault: When Full House Meets Poststructuralism
Straight from the bowels of the internet, the best Tumblr you’ve seen all week (or month): Michelle Foucault. Mixing the hijinks of Michelle Tanner with the wisdom of Michelle Foucault, the site has been making the rounds on social media.
9 Critical Theory Books That Came Out in June
New releases from Michel Foucault, Henri Lefebvre and more!
Submit Your Papers! Engaging Foucault Conference
You’ve got until September.
Free Read: New Issue of Foucault Studies on Deleuze and Foucault
The latest issue of Foucault Studies, an open-access journal, is now out! This issue, entitled “Foucault and Deleuze,” seeks to tackle the “critical deficit” in academic work on the relationship between Deleuze and Foucault’s work.
Watch the Foucault Interview That Was Lost for Decades – Until Now
Footage from an interview with Fons Elders, in preparation for the Chomsky-Foucault debate. The footage was thought lost for nearly 30 years.
Listen: Diet Soap Podcast – How to Occupy Time
This week the guest on Douglas Lain’s Diet Soap podcast is Dr. Jason Adams. Jason Adams is Co-Founder and Co-Director of the Global Center for Advanced Studies
[Comic] Tofoucault and Judip Butler
43 Years Ago Today: Foucault’s Statement on French Prisons
One of the original press statements from Foucault’s “Le Groupe d’Information sur les Prisons,” a group dedicated to exposing the conditions of the French prison system.
Read Me: Foucault Interview – ‘In a Sense, I am a Moralist’
A lesser known interview from 1980 titled “Power, Moral Values, and the Intellectual” between Michel Foucault and a Berkeley graduate student.