RE: Collège courses

Hi Stuart,

Thank you for the info, Stuart.

BTW, the 1975 lectures in English translation ("Michel Foucault Abnormal")
should be available by
now, in case any one is interested. I just got mine last Wednesday. It is
surprisingly easy to read,
in comparison to his writings.


>===== Original Message From "Stuart Elden" <stuartelden@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> =====
>Just to add to this, four have been published in French so far - 1974, 1975,
>1976, 1982. 1976 is, as Mark states, already out in English, 1975 is due any
>time, 1982 has been translated and is being edited, and the translation of
>1974 is in progress. The last three all translated by Graham Burchell.
>1978 and 1979, edited by Michel Sennelart are due next year, for the 20th
>anniversary of Foucault's death.
>(minor point: the courses ran on academic years, so 1975-76 is the strict
>date for the one we are calling 1976 above. For most courses this is not
>relevant, as they ran from Jan to March, but Le pouvoir psychiatrique, for
>example, is from 7 Nov 1973 to 6 Feb 1974)
>According to the French editions, there are two more courses, 1983 Le
>Gouvernement de soi et des autres and 1984 Le Gouvernement de soi et des
>autres: le courage de la verite. Foucault never wrote the course summaries
>of these - too ill for the first, and he must have already died by the time
>the second was due, which is why they don't appear in Resume des cours or
>Essential Works Vol I. I am pretty certain he did deliver the courses
>And apparently there are plans for some other courses too - one from
>Vincennes has definitely been talked about.
>On the AIDS issue, I also think that Daniel Defert, Foucault's partner, was
>crucial in the setting up of the ACT-UP network.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: owner-foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> [mailto:owner-foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of Mark
>> Kelly
>> Sent: 06 December 2003 06:15
>> To: foucault@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: Collhge courses
>> I believe Foucault's other Collhge de France courses are as follows:
>> 1971: The Will to Knowledge
>> 1972: Penal Theories and Institutions
>> 1973: The Penal Society
>> 1974: Psychiatric Power
>> 1975: Abnormal
>> 1976: Society Must Be Defended (already published in English, the
>> first two
>> lectures being the 'Two Lectures' in Power/Knowledge)
>> 1978: Security, Territory, and Population
>> 1979: The Birth of Biopolitics
>> 1980: On the Government of the Living
>> 1981: Subjectivity and Truth
>> 1982: The Hermeneutic of the Subject
>> There are summaries written retrospectively of each of Foucault's Collhge
>> courses in the first section of Volume 1 of his 'Essential Works'.
>> Only the 1975 and 1976 courses have been published in English as far as I
>> know, though I believe 'What is Revolution?' in Semiotext(e)'s
>> 'The Politics
>> of Truth' is a Collhge lecture. Last I heard though the plan was
>> to publish
>> the whole lot over the next few years, in no particular order.
>> Mark

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