At the conference Foucault franco-allemand, organized at Sciences Po Paris by Frédéric Gros and Niklas Plätzer, I speak on “Foucault's Freedom as Critique: Against Anarchist Readings - for an Institutional Approach”. The conference is a really nice opportunity to intensify the exchange between France and Germany regarding Foucault - I am very excited about the discussions.

Foucault franco-allemand : lectures actuelles en dialogue

http://www.sciencespo.fr/cevipof/fr/content/foucault-franco-allemand-lectures-actuelles-en-dialogue

Programm http://www.sciencespo.fr/cevipof/sites/sciencespo.fr.cevipof/files/Foucault_14%3A10%3A19.pdf

14 octobre 2019 11h-19h

Journée organisée par le CEVIPOF, l’Ecole docorale de Sciences po et le Centre Michel Foucault.

11h-13h : Panel 1 : Current work by doctoral students

« Foucault’s moral monsters: gender and the reversal of penal norms »

Amélie Bescont, Sciences Po, CEVIPOF

« Autonomy, Recognition and the Politics of Knowledge in Foucault and Honneth »

Antoine Athanassiadis, UC Dublin

« Diverging assonances: Foucault as a critic of Schmitt »

Valentina Antoniol, EHESS/University of Bologna

13h-14h30: Lunch

14h30-16h30 : Panel 2 : Foucault as a normative theorist?

Chair : Niklas Plaetzer, Sciences Po, CEVIPOF

« Foucault's Freedom as Critique: Against Anarchist Readings – for an Institutional Approach »

Karsten Schubert, université de Freiburg Frédéric Gros (Sciences Po, CEVIPOF) : Qu’est-ce qu’une révolution ?

16h30-17h: Cofee break

17h-19h: Panel 3 : Critical theory and practice after Foucault

Chair : Lucile Richard, Sciences Po, CEVIPOF

« Prefigurative Emancipation: The Effective Knowledge of Foucault’s Critique »

Frieder Vogelmann (université de Francfort) :

Judith Revel, université Paris Nanterre : title tbc