Some of my books, texts, lectures, in English.
My book Judge and Punish. The Penal State on Trial, Stanford University Press, Forthcoming, May 2018.
My book The Art of Revolt. Snowden, Assange, Manning, Stanford University Press, September 2017.
My book Foucault Against Neoliberalism?, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2020.
An interview about State, Violence and Power.
Video : Can we be in Favor of violence? Lecture at Francfort. Click here.
Video : Is Democracy a relevant concept for thinking about politics? Click here.
Video: The Art of Revolt. Snowden, Assange, Manning, Lecture at Berlin. Click here.
(Lecture and discussion about « The Art of Revolt. Snowden, Assange, Manning », NYU, November 7th)
The University and its Critics. Remarks on Anti-academicism and Truth, Lecture delivered in Berlin, March 2017, and published by Soziopolis.
Two articles, one about WikiLeaks and one about Revolution.
Beyond Powerlessness: If we want to escape from our situation of powerlessness and anxiety, we must re-examine our relationship to the political, and strive to produce new types of political practice. A piece published by OpenDemocracy.
Manifesto for an Intellectual and Political Counteroffensive, (with Edouard Louis) in the Los Angeles Review of Books.
Why progressives should support WikiLeaks. in Opendemocracy.
« Democracy in History. Snowden, Assange, Manning », Lectures at UCLA and UC Berkeley, October 2016.
« What does it mean to think? », my contribution to the volume « Foucault against himself. » Other contributors are Leo Bersani, Georges Didi-Huberman and Arlette Farge.
On the cunning of academic reason: About Michael Burawoy’s Concept of Public Sociology
« How not to be governed? Michel Foucault, neoliberalism and politics », Lecture at King’s College, March 2013.