More books in the mail today.
The little blue book on top is my good friend Andrew Culp’s new book, Dark Deleuze. Everyone should get it! Description:
Rekindling Deleuze’s opposition to what is intolerable about this world
Gilles Deleuze is known as a thinker of joyous affirmation and rhizomatic assemblages. Andrew Culp argues that this once-radical canon of joy has lost its resistance to the present. Culp unearths an underground network of references to conspiracy, cruelty, the terror of the outside, and the shame of being human to rekindle Deleuze’s opposition to what is intolerable about this world.
Bidet’s book on Foucault and Marx, Elden on Foucault’s Last Decade, Lazzarato’s Signs and Machines, Keywords for Radicals, and the Autonomia collection for theoretical enrichment.
Cowen and Mitropoulos for current projects on “migration industries/infrastructures”, debt, and neoliberalism.