Re: [Foucault-L] Blogs with Foucault content?

Go to Google Scholar and do a search for my name. My doctoral dissertation will show up: "Communities of Practice: ... etc, etc". Ignore the Dutch introduction (it's just a paragraph; everything else is in english). There is a lot of Foucault in there on power relations. Best of luck.

Earon Kavanagh, PhD
Member: Academy of Management
Member: NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Sciences

Tel. 604.779.5127
Skype ID: earon_kavanagh
Vancouver, BC

--- On Tue, 9/7/10, David McInerney <vagabond@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

From: David McInerney <vagabond@xxxxxxxxx>
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Jason Netherton's blog is broadly sympathetic (he 
recorded a song called 'Panopticon' once a few years back) but has 
strong Marxist, autonomist, and anarchist sympathies as well.  It is 
mainly concerned with current issues in US and world politics 
together with what his band is doing in terms of tours etc and his 
personal hobby of bird-watching.  Still it might be worth a link.

On 08/09/2010, at 8:32 AM, c.ofarrell@xxxxxxxxxx wrote:

> Thanks Chetan
> I already knew about the Foucauldian which is also linked to from my
> site. Blogs with applied foucauldian sympathies or
> perspectives would be of interest.
> On 8 September 2010 04:44, Chetan Vemuri <aryavartacnsrn@xxxxxxxxx> 
> wrote:
>> I might be able to find some inter-thinker blogs that utilize say
>> Foucault and Deleuze or Foucault, Habermas and Derrida in depth 
>> rather
>> than passing. If that's ok with you that is. Or do you want solely
>> Foucault?
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