Saint Foucault: Towards a Gay Hagiography

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Index
Abortion discourse, 198-99n
Acanfora case, 36-37, 206n
ACT UP, 15-16, 22-23, 26, 28-29, 63, 122, 194n, 206n. See also AIDS activism
Adoption, 82, 214n
Aestheticism, 68-74, 109-11, 115-19, 211n
Affirmation movements, 58-59
AIDS
gay activism and, 27-29, 31, 32-33, 63, 115. 120, 122, 123-25, 206n, 207n
homophobia and, 31-32, 133, 168- 72, 195n 200n, 230n, 237n
AIDS activism, 15-16, 22-23, 25-29, 63, 122, 194n. 206n, 207n. See also ACT UP; AIDS: gay activism and
AIDS epidemic, 3, 27-29, 31, 63, 115, 120, 123, 133, 152, 160, 168-70, 171-72, 194n, 195n, 200n, 230n, 237n
Alcoff, Linda, 208n
Althusser, Louis, 132-33, 141, 154, 226n
Altman, Dennis, 196n, 209n
Antigay violence, 31-32, 199n
Antihomophobic strategies, 14, 32- 33, 41-42, 43, 48-52, 56-62, 73- 74, 79-80, 97-99, 113-15, 182-84, 206n, 207n. See also Resistance
Antipsychiatry movement, 24-26
Arcadie, 95, 155
Arts of existence, 68-91, 115-19, 210n, 211n
Ascesis, 76-79, 96-97, 101-12, 115- 19, 191n, 193-94n, 210-11n, 211n. See also Freedom: practices of, vs. liberation; Self- transformation
criticism of concept of, 107-12
jouissance as mode of, 97, 219n
Association Défense Libre, 56
Assujettissement, 127
Auden, W. H., 29
Author-function, 14, 128-29, 161, 184, 224n
Baldwin, James, 226n
Barbin, Herculine, 95
Barracks, The, 101
Barraqué, Jean, 160
Barthes, Roland, 39, 182-84, 196-97n
Bataille, Georges, 111-12
Bathhouses, 94, 100, 101, 160, 169, 171-72
Baudelaire, Charles, 73-74, 111-12
Bawer, Bruce, 148, 187n, 230n
Berlant, Lauren, 219-20n
Bersani, Leo, 19-29, 97, 121-22, 195n, 216n, 218n, 219n, 222n

Is the Rectum a Grave?, 195n, 219n

Biography, politics of, 6, 9-11, 14, 126-85, 224n, 229n, 231n, 234n
Bio-power, 28, 41, 201n
Bisexuality, 65-66
Black civil rights movement, 226n
Black Power movement, 61
Body, 23, 32, 40-42, 42-43, 65, 67, 70, 87-88, 109, 112, 120, 163, 169, 173, 181, 198-99n, 201n, 235-36n
and pleasure, 28, 68-71, 85-97, 102-4, 181, 215-19nn
Bodybuilding, gay male, 69, 115-19, 183, 221n
Bondage, 88, 111

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents ix
  • Saint Foucault 3
  • The Queer Politics of Michel Foucault 15
  • The Describable Life of Michel Foucault 126
  • Notes 187
  • Index 239
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