Peter Raccuglia

Peter Raccuglia is a Ph.D. student in the English department at Yale University.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Foucault’s Risks

Writing in the same year that Thatcher was elected, Foucault described a nascent neoliberalism now in its mature state. For three graduate students born in a post-Reagan America, there can be no doubt that Foucault’s thinking describes their present....

Foucault’s Risks
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