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Stuart Elden

Stuart Elden is a Professor of Political Geography at Durham University. His interests range across history, politics, philosophy and geography. He has written books on Heidegger, Foucault and Lefebvre, and his most recent book is Terror and Territory: The Spatial Extent of Sovereignty (University of Minnesota Press, 2009). He has recently completed a manuscript entitled The Birth of Territory. He runs a blog here.

Articles

Stuart Elden: Michel

Stuart Elden: Michel

Foucault’s Last Decade is a study of Foucault’s work between 1974 and his death...

Foucault’s Politics of Truth by Stuart Elden

Foucault’s Politics of Truth by Stuart Elden

The key figures are Cardinal Richelieu and Chancellor Séguier, and Foucault thinks it is...

Stuart Elden: Confessio

Stuart Elden: Confessio

Foucault promised various books on the relation between power, subjectivity and truth in his...

Stuart Elden: Kant, Space and Time

Stuart Elden: Kant, Space and Time

Kant lectured on a variety of topics through his career, including logic, metaphysics and...