I have found a a History of Present Research Network Newsletter with Google,
so my questions are a) is it still alive, where can I subscribe to it? b)
where can I get it's papers? (I feel somehow too shy to contact Nikolas
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> Von: "Nathaniel Roberts" <npr4@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
> An: Mailing-list <foucault-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Betreff: Re: [Foucault-L] History of the Present journal?
> Datum: Thu, 6 Apr 2006 17:25:31 -0400
> I checked Eureka (a meta-catalogue of most major university libraries plus
> the library of congress) and found that there was indeed a journal by that
> title, published within the Anthropology Department at U.C. Berkeley in
> 1985. There was only one issue published, it seems. That is where Paul
> Rabinow is, so I imagine it would have been something he was involved
> Copies exist in the U.C. Berkeley library and in the Library of Congress.
> Here is Eureka's home page, for future reference:
> You will have to enable java to use it.
> On 4/6/06, Mark Kelly <mgekelly@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > I'm chasing up a reference to an interview from 1980, CB 5. in the
> > Lynch bibliography, which seems to have been published in a journal
> > called 'History of the present'. I'm sure old hands will be perfectly
> > aware of this publication, but I'm rather curious to know the story
> > behind it, indeed to know whether in fact it was a journal. Due to the
> > ubiquitousness of the phrase in sources pertaining to Foucault, I'm
> > finding googling for info on it to be fruitless.
> > Mark
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> Nathaniel Roberts
> PhD Candidate
> Department of Anthropology
> Columbia University
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