Remembering Foucault

  title={Remembering Foucault},
  author={Jeffrey Weeks},
  journal={Journal of the History of Sexuality},
  pages={186 - 201}
  • J. Weeks
  • Published 26 January 2006
  • Art
  • Journal of the History of Sexuality
186 An earlier version of this paper was presented as a plenary lecture under the title “Forgetting Foucault?” at the “Sexuality after Foucault” conference at the University of Manchester, 28–30 November 2003. I am grateful to all who commented on the paper on that occasion and subsequently. 1Jean Baudrillard, Oublier Foucault (Paris, 1977); David M. Halperin, “Forgetting Foucault,” in How to Do the History of Homosexuality (Chicago, 2002), chap. 2. For another example see Kate Soper, “Forget… 
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