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Symposium Revisiting/Revising Foucault: The Latest Publications

12 December 2019 @ 13:00 - 16:30

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The recent changes surrounding the Michel Foucault Archives have led to a flurry of new posthumous publications. The most important among these is undoubtedly Les aveux de la chair (The Confessions of the Flesh), the fourth volume of the History of Sexuality; but various other texts of interests have also been published, or will be published soon. As none of these texts are as of yet available in Dutch, English or other languages, the present workshop presents a preliminary stocktaking…
The recent changes surrounding the Michel Foucault Archives have led to a flurry of new posthumous publications. The most important among these is undoubtedly Les aveux de la chair (The Confessions of the Flesh), the fourth volume of the History of Sexuality; but various other texts of interests have also been published, or will be published soon. As none of these texts are as of yet available in Dutch, English or other languages, the present workshop presents a preliminary stocktaking of these recent works, and of their possible implications for our view of Foucault’s writings as a whole.   Program 13.00-13.15 welcome 13.15-13.35 Michiel Leezenberg, Foucault’s 1960s Lectures on Sexuality : Deux cours inédits de Michel Foucault sur la sexualité (2018) 13.35-13.45 discussion 13.45-14.05 Waldo Heugebaert, Les aveux de la chair (2018): a very short introduction 14.05-14.25 Steven Dorrestijn, The Confessions of the Flesh finally published: A project with breaks and loose ends 14.25-14.45 discussion 14.45-15.00 Coffee break 15.00-15.20 Guilel Treiber, Back to Madness, the return to the early Foucault and future publications 15.20-15.30 Discussion 15.30-15.50 Aukje van Rooden, Some remarks on Folie, langage, littérature (2019) 15.50-16.00 discussion 16.00-16.15 Conclusion and further plans   If you would like to participate, please let us know by return mail: waldo.heugebaert@student.uva.nl   Waldo Heugebaert / Michiel Leezenberg / Guilel Treiber / Karen Vintges

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Date:
12 December 2019
Time:
13:00 - 16:30

Venue

University of Amsterdam, Faculteitskamer
Oude Turfmarkt 141-147
Amsterdam,
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The recent changes surrounding the Michel Foucault Archives have led to a flurry of new posthumous publications. The most important among these is undoubtedly Les aveux de la chair (The Confessions of the Flesh), the fourth volume of the History of Sexuality; but various other texts of interests have also been published, or will be published soon. As none of these texts are as of yet available in Dutch, English or other languages, the present workshop presents a preliminary stocktaking of these recent works, and of their possible implications for our view of Foucault’s writings as a whole.

 

Program

13.00-13.15 welcome

13.15-13.35 Michiel Leezenberg, Foucault’s 1960s Lectures on Sexuality : Deux cours inédits de Michel Foucault sur la sexualité (2018)

13.35-13.45 discussion

13.45-14.05 Waldo Heugebaert, Les aveux de la chair (2018): a very short introduction

14.05-14.25 Steven Dorrestijn, The Confessions of the Flesh finally published: A project with breaks and loose ends

14.25-14.45 discussion

14.45-15.00 Coffee break

15.00-15.20 Guilel Treiber, Back to Madness, the return to the early Foucault and future publications

15.20-15.30 Discussion

15.30-15.50 Aukje van Rooden, Some remarks on Folie, langage, littérature (2019)

15.50-16.00 discussion

16.00-16.15 Conclusion and further plans

 

If you would like to participate, please let us know by return mail:

waldo.heugebaert@student.uva.nl

 

Waldo Heugebaert / Michiel Leezenberg / Guilel Treiber / Karen Vintges

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