Friday, April 22, 2016

Video of the Day #16/2016: Michel Foucault's Collège de France Lectures 1970-1984, 13 years, 13 Seminars at Columbia (2015/2016)

Foucault 1/13:Lessons on the Will to Know (1970-1971)

Foucault 2/13: Penal Theories and Institutions (1971-1972)

Foucault 3/13: The Punitive Society (1972-1973)

Foucault 4/13: Psychiatric Power (1972-1973)

Foucault 5/13: Abnormal (1974-1975)

Foucault 6/13: Society Must Be Defended (1975-1976)

Foucault 7/13: Security, Territory, Population(1977-1978)

Foucault 8/13: Birth of Biopolitics(1978-1979)

Foucault 9/13: The Government of the Living (1978-1979)

Foucault 10/13: Subjectivity and Truth (1980-1981)

Foucault 11/13: The Hermeneutics of the Subject (1981-1982)

Foucault 12/13: The Government of Self and Others (1982-1983)

Foucault 13/13: The Courage of Truth (1983-1984)

Foucault 14/14:Foucault's Punitive Society and the GIP
(April 2016)

The Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought and The Society of Fellows in the Humanities at Columbia University present

Michel Foucault’s 
Collège de France Lectures (1970-1984)
13 Years at the Collège, 13 Seminars at Columbia
(September 2015 - April 2016)

Reading the Foucault Collège de France Lectures with:
David Armitage, Rosi Braidotti, Judith Butler, Veena Das, François Ewald, Didier Fassin, James Faubion, Nancy Fraser, Frédéric Gros, Daniele Lorenzini, Nancy Luxon, Achille Mbembe, Judith Revel, Pierre Rosanvallon, Ann Stoler, and Linda Zerilli
In conversation with Columbia University colleagues:
Etienne Balibar, Richard Brooks, Partha Chatterjee, Jean Cohen, Souleymane Bachir Diagne, Katherine Franke, Robert Gooding-Williams, Stathis Gourgouris, Axel Honneth, Jeremy Kessler, Lydia Liu, Anna Lvovsky, Sharon Marcus, Rosalind Morris, Alondra Nelson, John Rajchman, Emmanuelle Saada, Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, Kendall Thomas, Adam Tooze, and Nadia Urbinati
Moderated by
Bernard E. Harcourt and Jesús R. Velasco