Conference: Foucault across the disciplines

Conference announcement:

Announcing ‘Foucault Across the Disciplines’

 

An interdisciplinary Foucault conference, to be held

on March 1-2, 2008 at the University of California,

Santa Cruz. Conference presenters include: Ian

Hacking, Paul Rabinow, Arnold Davidson (tentatively),

Hayden White, Martin Jay, Jana Sawicki, Amy Allen,

Mark Poster, David Hoy, and many others.

 

A complete list of speakers is available on our

conference webpage:

http://foucaultacrossthedisciplines.googlepages.com/foucault.html

 

This event will be free and open to the public. For

more information please visit our webpage or contact

the conference organizer, Colin Koopman (Humanities

Research Fellow, UCSC) at cwkoopman@gmail.com.

 

Please distribute this announcement to interested

colleagues and graduate students working in any discipline.

5 Responses

  1. Thanks for posting this… Are you thinking of going?

  2. I’ll be going to the one in Boston now that I see our AAG sessions are all on Saturday!

    But I hadn’t yet thought about this one. Certainly some stellar names. Do you know anyone who’s going?

  3. As a current student of sociology at UCSC and as a very active organizer of the cultural art scene here, I’ll be attending. Sounds like it’ll be a great conference.

  4. I’ve decided to attend, Alaska Airlines has discounted flights to/from San Jose.

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