Two of interest, including one of an edited collection of Richard Kearney, who will be at Memorial in the Fall:
Interviewed by Eugene Wolters, Elden discusses how he came to write this book and the continuing difficulties in using Foucault’s archive. I am also in the midst of interviewing Elden, along with Eduardo Mendieta and Dianna Taylor, for Symposium, which will appear early in the fall (if not sooner if we can make it open access).
Steve Paulson interviews Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak — a joint publication between Wisconsin Public Radio and the Los Angeles Review of Books. Podcast here and text here. The discussion for the most part focuses on her re-translation of Of Grammatology 50 years on, which was critically reviewed by Geoff Bennington in the LARB.
For those who did’t get it via email, here it is. (PDF)
articles on Stengers and other new materialists, among others, here.
I’ve thus far been underwhelmed (e.g., moving too quickly as she uses hauntology, for example, about electrons, and other seeming category errors) but quite different people come at her work in Rhizomes here and do good work out of it.
A forum on Mustafa Dikeç’s Space, Politics and Aesthetics (Edinburgh University Press, 2015), with contributions by David Featherstone, Gillian Rose, Japhy Wilson, Mark Jackson, Nigel Clark, …