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Diff’rent Level : Governmentality Blues – Written by Alexander Martin. From circa 1992. Posted Nov 10 2016

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Dylan Sebastian Evans (host of program)
Michel Foucault & His Contemporaries/Michel Foucault & ses contemporains
Discussion with Vikki Bell, Lois McNay, Stephen Shapiro, BBC Radio 4, 21 August 2013.

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Andrew Dilts and Perry Zurn (eds), Challenging the Punitive Society, Carceral Notebooks, Volume 12, 2016, General Editor: Bernard E. Harcourt.

This special edition which is just out of Carceral Notebooks is available open access online or can be ordered as a printed book.

See also this announcement on Andrew T. Dilt’s blog.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Preface Bernard E. Harcourt
Introduction: Challenging the Punitive Society Andrew Dilts and Perry Zurn

Part I. Foucault and the Legacy of the Prisons Information Group (GIP)
Introduction Kevin Thompson
The Dialectic of Theory and Practice Bernard E. Harcourt
Prisoners Inside / Intellectuals Outside: the GIP and the French Prison Revolts, 1971-1972 Nicolas Drolc
The GIP and the Question of Failure Perry Zurn
The Creaturely Politics of Prisoner Resistance Movements Lisa Guenther
GIP Workshop 05-08-2015

Part II.Foucault’s Punitive Society and the Prisons Information Group (GIP)
Introduction Jesús R. Velasco
The GIP as a Cynical Practice Bernard E. Harcourt
Foucault’s Punitive Society and Our Own: Sequestration, Elimination, and the Carceral System Natalie Cisneros
Towards an Account of Intolerance: Between Prison Resistance and Engaged Scholarship Perry Zurn

Part III. Carceral Logic Today
Giving the Floor to Whom? Janos Toevs
Are Prisons Tolerable? Michael Hames-García
Problematization and the Production of New Statements: Foucault and Deleuze on Le Groupe d’information sur les prisons Kevin Thompson
The Womb of Western Theory: Trauma, Time Theft, and the Captive Maternal Joy James

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From one of the comments
L’incontro è avvenuto a Milano nel 1968, organizzato da Eco e da Enzo Melandri, che è il primo degli intervistatori in questo breve video. Una foto dell’incontro è stata inserita nella riedizione Quodlibet di “La linea e il circolo” di Enzo Melandri. Eco e Melandri scommisero una birra su come Foucault avrebbe pronunciato “episteme”: alla francese, secondo Melandri, o alla greca, secondo Eco (vinse Melandri). L’incontro non fu organizzato per caso: Melandri, assieme a Celati, Calvino, Carlo Ginzburg, e altri, lavoravano al progetto di una rivista incentrata sul concetto di “archeologia”, che purtroppo non andò in porto (sia Celati che Calvino hanno scritto un saggio che ruota attorno all’archeologia: si tratta dei materiali di discussione del progetto). Inoltre, Melandri stava scrivendo “La linea e il circolo”, nel quale si confronta anche con Foucault.
Sarebbe interessante sapere da dove proviene questo video, e se è disponibile una verione più lunga.

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Published on Jun 29, 2017
El viernes 18 de septiembre, Judith Butler dictó su segunda conferencia “Foucault, obrando mal, diciendo la verdad”. En esta ocasión, las palabras de introducción fueron las de Daniel Berisso y Facundo Giuliano, docentes a cargo del seminario “La educación entre la violencia ética y el reconocimiento responsable. Un abordaje ético-político”

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Power inscribes order on space through codes. Bureaucratic codes measure and normalize dynamic ecologies and constitute the substrate of any infrastructural system, organization, and praxis. They striate space and punctuate time to increase efficiency, maximize profit, reduce risk, and maintain order in cultural, social, economic, and political spheres. #decoding gauges the agency of spatial practices in relation to the challenges and capacities prompted by codes and protocols.

Organized by students in the Doctor of Design Studies program, this conference investigates the impact of codes, concerned with mapping of environments, demarcation of legal territories, operational protocols of logistics and risk management, and codes of building and subtraction. By exposing the spatial and socio-cultural implications of micro-politics embedded in the hidden codes and protocols, we speculate about the potential agency of design practices mediating between processes of normalization, and the live, complex, and unpredictable ecologies of human habitation.

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Catherine Malabou Critical Inquiry interview, Podcast on Soundcloud, May 2017

Catherine Malabou stopped by the office of Critical Inquiry for a short and informal audio interview during her visit to the University of Chicago last week. We talked about her two CI essays, her new book (Before Tomorrow: Epigenesis and Rationality [2017]), and her work in progress.

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