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Spaces of Otherness

Heterotopia is a concept elaborated by philosopher Michel Foucault to describe spaces of otherness, which are neither here nor there, that are simultaneously physical and mental, such as the space of a phone call or the moment when you see yourself in the mirror.  65 more words

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READING

Who would have thought that Literary Theory could be so fascinating!

This book, The Courage of Truth, is the compilation of Michel Foucault’s last lectures at the College de France. 633 more words

LEARNING

Contemporary church heterotopic space

Hidden in the South-Eastern suburbs of Melbourne stands a surprisingly large auditorium, whose exterior form reflects its industrial surroundings yet is remarkably transformed into a contemporary Christian church. 1,463 more words

Art

"Foucault and Shakespeare: Ceremony, Theatre and Politics", abstract for workshop at Theatre, Performance, Foucault!, King's College London, 4 July 2015

I previously shared the call for papers for the Theatre, Performance, Foucault! workshop at King’s College London on 4 July 2015.

I’ll be presenting on the topic of “Foucault and Shakespeare: Ceremony, Theatre and Politics”. 207 more words

Conferences

Marcelo Hoffman, Foucault and Power: The Influence of Political Engagement on Theories of Power - now available in paperback

Marcelo Hoffman, Foucault and Power: The Influence of Political Engagement on Theories of Power – is now available in paperback.

Michel Foucault is one of the most preeminent theorists of power, yet the relationship between his militant activities and his analysis of power remains unclear.

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Politics

වමෝ ෆූකෝ ගැන දීප්ති‍ගෙන් අහන්නේ නැත්තේ ඇයි ?

ෆූකෝ කිව්වා දැනුම සහ බලය එකිනෙක ආදරයෙන් වෙලිල පැටලීල බැඳිල ලව් කරනවා කියලා. බල‍යේ පදනම දැනුම Knowledge කියලයි කියන්නේ. එතකොට බලයේ මුහුනුවර ශ්‍රම විභජනය කරන ලද සාමූහික මිනිස් කන්ඩායමකි. 50 more words

කල්යානන්ද

Foucault books: update 23 - working with the Semiotext(e) archive

I have now finished working through all the papers in Sylvère Lotringer’s Semiotext(e) archive in the Fales Library at New York University which have a relation to this project. 779 more words

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