Chronicles from an eternal present. A review of “Critiquer Foucault”, edited by Daniel Zamora (II)

Uses and abuses of historical contextualization in Critiquer Foucault. Les années 1980 et la tentation néolibérale, edited by Daniel Zamora. Part II. * by Emanuele Leonardi In a previous post I have reviewed some of the chapters which compose the controversial collection Critiquer Foucault. In concluding that post I pointed out how one of the … Continue reading Chronicles from an eternal present. A review of “Critiquer Foucault”, edited by Daniel Zamora (II)

Chronicles from an eternal present. A review of “Critiquer Foucault”, edited by Daniel Zamora (I)

Uses and abuses of historical contextualization in Critiquer Foucault. Les années 1980 et la tentation néolibérale, edited by Daniel Zamora. Part I. * by Emanuele Leonardi Reviewing Critquer Foucault is not an easy task, for at least two reasons. The first – which will be discussed in this post – is related to its dishomogeneity, … Continue reading Chronicles from an eternal present. A review of “Critiquer Foucault”, edited by Daniel Zamora (I)