POWER, KNOWLEDGE, BODIES
Michel Foucault, Power/Knowledge (1972), at least pp. 78-108.
Laura Engelstein, “Combined Underdevelopment: Discipline and the Law in Imperial and Soviet Russia,” American Historical Review 98:2 (April 1993), 338-353.
Geoffrey C. Bowker and Susan Leigh Star, “Pure, Real and Rational Numbers: The American Imaginary of Countability,” Social Studies of Science 31:3 (June 2001), 422-425.
Alexandra Minna Stern, “Buildings, Boundaries, and Blood: Medicalization and Nation-Building on the U.S.-Mexico Border, 1910-1930,” Hispanic American Historical Review 79:1 (Feb., 1999), pp. 41-81 AND/OR
Jan Goldstein, “The Hysteria Diagnosis and the Politics of Anticlericalism in Late Nineteenth-Century France,” Journal of Modern History 54:2 (1982), pp. 209-239.
Pierre Bourdieu, Distinction (1979).
Peter Beattie, "The House, the Street, and the Barracks:
Reform and Honorable Masculine Social Space in Brazil,
1864-1945," Hispanic American Historical Review 76:3 (1996).
Norbert Elias, The Civilizing
Process: The Development of Manners (1939; trans. 1978), pp. 128-134; Power and Civility (1939; 1982), 229-258, available on e-reserves.
Expositions and exhibitions, short bibliography.
Laura Engelstein, The Keys to Happiness: Sex
and the Search for Modernity in Fin-de-siècle
Didier Eribon, Michel Foucault (1992).
Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish (1975;
Jan Goldstein, Console and Classify: The French
Psychiatric Profession in the Nineteenth Century (1987).
Jan Goldstein, ed., Foucault and the Writing
of History (1994).
Gérard Noiriel, "Foucault and History: The Lessons of a Disillusion," Journal of Modern History 66 (Sept. 1994), 547-568.
Eric Paras, Foucault 2.0 Beyond Power Knowledge (2006).
Mark Poster, Foucault, Marxism, and History: Mode of Production
versus Mode of Information (1984); available on-line.
Daniel Segal, "'Western Civ' and the Staging
of History in American Higher Education," American
Historical Review 105 (2000), 770-803.
Ann Laura Stoler, Race and the Education of Desire:
Foucault's History of Sexuality and the Colonial
Order of Things (1995).