Stuart Elden, in his latest book “Foucault’s Last Decade,” meticulously pieces together Foucault’s work in the last 10 years of his life.
Tag Archives: Interviews
New Critical Theory Interview Series at the HKRB
The Hong Kong Review of Books has launched a new series of interviews with some of the world’s best critical theorists.
The Figure of the Migrant, an Interview with Thomas Nail
We recently spoke with Thomas Nail, an associate professor at the University of Denver, to talk about his recent book "The Figure of the Migrant." In it, Nail develops a theory of what he calls kinopolitics and argues that the migrant has become the "political figure of our time." "Rather than viewing migration as the exception … Continue Reading ››
“Nobody Needs French Theory,” Baudrillard Slams Peers in 2005 Interview
The thinker of simulacra talks about his contemporaries and friendship with Susan Sontag in this brief interview from the New York Times.
How to Make a Philosophy Comic: An Interview with the Existential Comics Guy
Existential Comics is a philosophy comic about, well, mostly Existentialism. Founded in December of 2013, it has since become a traffic behemoth drawing in over a million readers.
Inside The Global Center for Advanced Studies, a Chat with Creston Davis
Creston Davis left a cushy tenure-track job to start a graduate school from scratch. A year later, they’ve managed to grab some huge names in critical theory.
On Deleuze and Zapatismo: An Interview with Thomas Nail
We spoke with Thomas Nail about his latest book on Deleuze, Guattari, Zapatismo and revolution today.