Francois Caillat: Francois Caillat is a filmmaker. He has taught
philosophy, and made a number of documentaries, including works on
Nobel Prize-winning French author J.M.G. Le Clezio and feminist
writer Julia Kristeva. His documentary Foucault contre
lui-meme was broadcast in France in 2014.
Leo Bersani: Leo Bersani's career spans more than 50 years and extends across a wide spectrum of fields including French studies, modernism, realist fiction, psychoanalytic criticism, film studies and queer theory. His books include Homos.
Georges Didi-Huberman: Georges Didi-Huberman is a French philosopher and art historian. His books include The Invention of Hysteria and Images in Spite of All: Four Photographs from Auschwitz.
Arlette Farge: Arlette Farge Is a French historian and the author of The Allure of the Archives.
Geoffroy de Lagasnerie: Geoffroy de Lagasnerie is a philosopher based in Paris. His books include La derniere lecon de Michel Foucault.
"Michel Foucault is one of the great exemplars of an intellectual
never content to rest with the resolutions at which he arrives from
one moment to the next. He charts a discernable path from start to
finish, but a path that regularly folds back on itself, corrects
its wrong turns and takes new substantive directions as the quest
for a continuous transformation of himself through his work compels
him to do. Foucault against himself: if we heed his precedent, we
might avoid falling into the hollow and blind abyss into which the
intellectually complacent almost always fall." --Prof. James D.
Faubion, Rice University and editor of Foucault Now