Our Foucault Book


Space, Knowledge and Power: Foucault and Geography edited by Jeremy W. Crampton and Stuart Elden is now available:


Or you can order it directly from the publisher.

$39.95 paperback
$114 hardback

‘Space, Knowledge and Power: Foucault and Geography elaborates Foucault’s thinking about geography and space in fascinating ways. Foucault scholars will be delighted and perhaps amazed to see this side of Foucault, and the book will immediately become an essential text for all geographers and everyone interested in Foucault’s understanding of space and its broader influence in the social sciences and social and cultural theory.’
John Pickles, Earl N. Phillips Distinguished Professor of International Studies, University of North Carolina, USA

‘For anyone interested in Foucault, geography and space, this is the essential reference work. This outstanding and comprehensive collection brings together for the first time, not only original texts by Foucault, but also the work of French and Anglophone commentators and authorities in the area. An invaluable and beautifully organized resource, highly recommended for both students and scholars alike.’
Clare O’ Farrell, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

About the Author/Editor
Dr Jeremy W. Crampton is from the Department of Geosciences at Georgia State University, USA. Dr Stuart Elden is from the Department of Geography at Durham University, UK.

Further Information
Affiliation: Jeremy W. Crampton, Georgia State University, USA and Stuart Elden, Durham University, UK
ISBN: 0 7546 4655 6
Publication Date: 02/2007
Number of Pages: 390 pages
Binding: Paperback
Binding Options: Available in Hardback and Paperback
Book Size: 234 x 156 mm
British Library Reference: 304.2’3
Library of Congress Reference: 2006025030

Extracts from this title are available to view:
Full contents list (pdf)
Introduction (pdf)
Index (pdf)

9 Responses

  1. You book sounds very interesting–I’ll have to check it out. My blog is devoted to postmodern thought, but I’ve never heard of anything like how Foucault is related to geography! It sounds very exciting!

  2. too bad the courses at College de France are only coming out now, they bring very interesting new insights on the idea of space and the State for Foucault. but maybe, that will be an opportunity for a second volume

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  4. Your book would be instructive for my friends and I who write about geography and urban space in a very local journal dedicated to the realization and further articulation of what the Situationists called “unitary urbanism” – except we have an anti-civ approach to all of it.

  5. […] Posted on June 14, 2010 by stuartelden Jeremy Crampton – my co-editor on the Foucault and Geography book and a couple of other projects – has a request for OOO people on his Foucault blog… […]

  6. […] for the interesting blog, but also because one of its primary purposes initially was to promote the Foucault and Geography book we co-edited. This entry was posted in Michel Foucault, My Publications. Bookmark the […]

  7. […] with a link to Foucault’s Discipline & Punish, as well as information on a book edited by Jeremy W. Crampton and Stuart Elden. Which lead to me a great resource that is still maintained by academic Clare […]

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