2017 Program

The 17th annual meetings of the

Foucault Circle

 

17th Annual Meeting of the Foucault Circle

Loyola-Marymount University

Los Angeles, CA

March 23-25, 2017

 

 Thursday 23 March

Location: Hilton 100

 

4:00-4:45              Foucault Circle Welcome

 

5:00-7:15              Film Screening of "Sur les toits” and Discussion with director Nicolas Drolc

 

Moderator:        Kevin Thompson (DePaul University, USA)

 

7:15-8:15              Reception with Filmmaker

 

Friday 24 March

Location: St. Robert’s Hall 356

 

8:30-9:00              COFFEE/TEA, LIGHT BREAKFAST

 

9:00-10:15

                                Moderator: Anthony Ristow (California State University, USA)

 

1.       Kevin Jobe (Morgan State University, USA), Foucault & the Meaning of Politics: Towards a Genealogy of Tyrannical Power

2.       Stephanie Martens (Laurentian University, Canada), Foucault’s Game(s): Jeu, Metaphors and Translations

 

10:30-11:45

                                Moderator: Ed McGushin (Stonehill College, USA)

 

1.       Verena Erlenbusch (University of Memphis, USA), The Spatiality of History: Foucaultian Genealogy and Coloniality of Power

2.       Valentina Moro (Università di Padova, Italy, Brown University, USA), Politics of Refusal: Criticizing the Notion of Exclusion through the Interruption of the Settlers’ Narration

 

12:00-1:15

                                Moderator: Brad Stone (Loyola Marymount University, USA),

 

1.       Selin Islekel (Loyola Marymount University, USA), Haunting Dead: Necropolitics of Mourning and Grief

2.       Sarah Earnshaw (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Germany), Foucault in Foreign Policy: Interrogating the Global Society to Be Defended 

 

1:15-2:30              LUNCH

 

 

2:30-4:15

                                Moderator: Joanna Crosby (Morgan State University, USA)

 

1.       Dianna Taylor (John Carroll University, USA), The Relation of Self to Self and (Counter)Normalization: Irish Republican Women During and After the Troubles

2.       Don Deere (Loyola Marymount University, USA), Truth, Terror, and Dangerous Speech: Foucault and León Rozitchner

3.       Sanem Guvenc-Salgirli (Emily Carr University, Canada/Fernand Baudel Center, USA), Governmentality, Sovereignty, and Critique: Revisiting Foucault’s Contemporary Relevance

 

4:30-5:30              Business Meeting

 

5:45-7:15              Special Session: Foucauldian Analysis and the Rise of New Populisms

Moderator: Nicole Ridgway (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA/University of Western Cape, RSA)

 

7:30                        DINNER (Location TBD)

 

Saturday 25 March

Location:  Philosophy Department Agora, University Hall 3600

 

8:30-9:00              COFFEE/TEA, LIGHT BREAKFAST

 

9:00-10:45          

Moderator: Kevin Jobe (Morgan State University, USA)

 

1.       Martín Bernales Odino (Boston College, USA), Towards a Genealogy of Latin American Poverty: La Buena Policía de los Pobres (The Good Police of the Poor)

2.       Berndt Clavier (Malmö University, Sweden), On Veridiction: Metrologies of Art in the European Welfare State

3.       Kevin Thompson (DePaul University, USA), Intolerable: Foucault's Historical Constructivism

 

11:00-12:15

Moderator: Dana Belu (California State University, USA)

 

1.       Alex Feldman (Pennsylvania State University, USA), Foucault and Meinecke at the Intersection of Raison d’Etat, Historicism, and Ethics: The Problem of History

2.       Andrew LaZella (University of Scranton, USA), Vie Autre: Foucault’s Neo-nominalism and the Invention of the Improbable

 

12:30-1:30           LUNCH

 

 

               

 

 


 


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Corey McCall,
Jan 29, 2017, 12:46 PM