Table of contents for Space, knowledge, and power : Foucault and geography / edited by Jeremy Crampton and Stuart Elden.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements									4
Notes on Contributors								6
Foucault and Geography: Space Knowledge and Power			9
	Stuart Elden and Jeremy Crampton
Some Questions from Michel Foucault to Hérodote				33
	Michel Foucault (Translated by Stuart Elden)
Francophone Responses ¿ 1977
Hérodote Editorial									36
Jean-Michel Brabant (Translated by Gerald Moore)				39
Alain Joxe (Translated by Gerald Moore)						43
Jean-Bernard Racine and Claude Raffestin (Translated by Gerald Moore)	45
Michel Riou (Translated by Gerald Moore)					49
Anglophone Responses ¿ 2006
The Kantian Roots of Foucault¿s Dilemmas					54
 David Harvey
Geography, Gender and Power							64
 Sara Mills
Overcome by Space: Reworking Foucault					68
 Nigel Thrift
Foucault Among the Geographers							77
 Thomas Flynn
Strategy, Medicine and Habitat: Foucault in 1976				87
	Stuart Elden
Formations of ¿Foucault¿ in Anglo-American Geography: an Archaeological 	
 Sketch										108
	Matthew Hannah
Catalysts and Converts: Sparking Interest for Foucault among 
 Francophone Geographers							142
 Juliet J. Fall
Could Foucault have Revolutionized Geography?				174
	Claude Raffestin (Translated by Gerald Moore)
The Incorporation of the Hospital into Modern Technology			188
Michel Foucault (Translated by Edgar Knowlton Jr., William J. King, and Stuart Elden)
The Meshes of Power								206
	Michel Foucault (Translated by Gerald Moore)
The Language of Space								221
	Michel Foucault (Translated by Gerald Moore)
The Force of Flight									228
	Michel Foucault (Translated by Gerald Moore)
Questions on Geography								234
	Michael Foucault (Translated by Colin Gordon)
Geographies of Governmentality							251
 Margo Huxley
The History of Medical Geography After Foucault				283
	Gerry Kearns
Maps, Race and Foucault: Eugenics and Territorialization Following World 
 War I										310
	Jeremy W. Crampton
Beyond the Panopticon? Foucault and Surveillance Studies			342
 David Murakami Wood
Beyond the European Province: Foucault and Postcolonialism			371
	Stephen Legg

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Geography -- Philosophy.
Foucault, Michel, 1926-1984.