From: Ilgin Yorukoglu <ilgin_y@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 9 May 2007 17:27:19 -0700 (PDT)
I am working (well, at this point just stressing out myself actually) on the influence and role of Foucault on recent historical sociological works- with a specific focus on the notion of power.
I believe Foucault has been very influential in such works on state formation, punishment etc. Yet, many times he is not cited (I have in mind Michael Mann's hundreds of pg. work on the source of social power, in which he doesn't cite Foucault even once), or other times, I believe, he's often misinterpreted and criticized based on this misinterpretation.
Any suggestion, idea, thought will be very much appreciated.
Many thanks beforehand,
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