1. Introduction, Dianna Taylor Part I Power 2. Foucault's Theory of Power, Richard A. Lynch 3. Disciplinary Power, Marcelo Hoffman 4. Biopower, ChloA" Taylor 5. Power/Knowledge, Ellen Feder Part II Freedom 6. Foucault's Conception of Freedom, Todd May 7. Freedom and Bodies, Johanna Oksala 8. Freedom and Spirituality, Karen Vintges 9. Practices of Freedom, Eduardo Mendieta Part III Subjectivity 10. Foucault's Theory and Practice of Subjectivity, Ed McGushin 11. Subjectivity and Truth, Brad Elliott Stone 12. Subjectivity and Power, Cressida J. Heyes 13. Practices of the Self, Dianna Taylor Chronology of Life and Events
Dianna Taylor is Associate Professor of Philosophy at John Carroll University and is co-editor of Feminism and the Final Foucault and Feminist Politics: Identity, Difference, and Agency.
"Michel Foucault: Key Concepts is an excellent resource for anyone approaching Foucault's work. It offers authoritative and nuanced treatments that mark a new stage in the critical understanding and employment of Foucault's challenging thought." - Kevin Thompson, DePaul University, USA