1. In 'Of other Spaces' (at the end, as an example of the sixth principle)
the colony is discussed as a heterotopia
2. 19th century colonialism is discussed in the lectures of 1976 "Society
must be defended" especially in the last one in connection with racism and
3. It is discussed also, but by the way, in the lectures of 1978 and 1979
in relation to mercantilism.
4. see Dits et Écrits no 309 'Le premier pas de la colonisation de
l'Occident' ('Rekishi heno kaiki')
interview by De Beaucé, T. and Polak, C. recorded in Paris, 17 January
1982, in: Chûô-Kôron, March 1982.
----- Original Message -----
From: "John Hartmann" <hartmajr@xxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, March 22, 2006 1:10 AM
Subject: [Foucault-L] Foucault on colonialism
> Hello all from a long time lurker. I'm wondering if
> anyone knows of a place where Foucault explicitly
> treats colonialism, or the French presence in Algeria,
> for that matter.
> Any help would be of great use.
> Best regards,
> John Hartmann
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