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Foucault Timeline

Below is a rough version of a timeline of major interviews, lectures, essays, books, and other publication by Michel Foucault. I’d appreciate anyone with an interest in Foucault looking it over and pointing out any errors or major oversights. 1,314 more words



JEAN-LOUIS GARNELL’S  Photographic Plenitude

from Chatenay-Malabry (Paris) FRANCE



A Sparkling Goodbye   by Rosanna Albertini… 547 more words

From Afar

I am a Priest | Michel Foucault

Dear All,

today I would like to take you along to the “making of” of what if?‘s artwork and my research. I will try to give you insight in what is going on behind the scene. 447 more words

Making Of

Books received - Shakespeare and Foucault

Some more second-hand books for the Shakespeare project, the special issue of Les Etudes Philosophiques on Foucault’s L’Archéologie du savoir, which includes an early draft of the book’s Introduction, and the little book by Christian-François de Kervran,  38 more words

Partiality and excusable truth: Jane Austen as a historian

The abject tendency to grovel and fawn on the rich and powerful is, no doubt, one of the most unpleasant traits of human nature. Yet, it may be argued, sycophancy has its uses, and those that practice it, though undignified, often profit from the vanity and folly of their superiors. 1,974 more words

Jane Austen

Heterotopia: Designing our Minds for the Future

This concept of heterotopia is among the most fascinating and complex ideas that I have come across as I continue to explore how our minds work and how we relate to the world around us. 640 more words

Deep Thoughts

"Sexual Deviant" by Manuel Melo

The homosexual is restrained by power to remain in an obscure, repressed, and hidden state until he is allowed to confess1 his sexuality. Different institutions, as well as a subject’s family and friends demand his confession; this confession of the subject’s sexuality is what brings this “perversion” to light and allows him to openly display his sexual orientation. 4,973 more words