This volume brings together leading figures in the field to provide a reliable guide to one of the most controversial subjects in recent continental thought. It puts across the case for Foucault’s importance for post-colonial, race, queer and feminist studies, among other areas, and opens up his relationship to neoliberalism to offer a broader picture of tensions brewing within the left more generally.
- Introduction: Stephen Sawyer and Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins
- Chapter 1: Michael C. Behrent, Neoliberalism: The Highest Stage of Anti-Humanism?
- Chapter 2: Serge Audier, Is Foucault a Good Guide for Understanding, Critiquing and Combatting Neoliberalism?
- Chapter 3: Daniel Zamora, Finding a “Left Governmentality”: Foucault’s Last Decade
- Chapter 4: Aner Barzilay, Rereading the Birth of Biopolitics in Light of Foucault’s Early Reading of Marx
- Chapter 5: Dotan Leshem, Foucault, Genealogy, Critique
- Chapter 6: Duncan Kelly, Michel Foucault on Phobie d’État and Neoliberalism
- Chapter 7: Claudia Castiglioni, Foucault, Neoliberalism, and the Iranian Revolution
- Chapter 8: Luca Paltrinieri, Neoliberal Selves: Human Capital Between Bourdieu and Foucault
- Chapter 9: Judith Revel, Not Fostering Life, and Leaving to Die
Daniel Steinmetz-Jenkins is a Lecturer at the Yale Jackson Institute for Global Affairs.