A Hannah Arendt Library: Michiel Foucault and the Refugee Problem07-09-2015
We are pleased to share an image of a personal Arendtian library sent along by Natasha Saunders, a member of the public and a student at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland:
"I often see the pictures of other scholar's Arendt libraries on the blog for the Hannah Arendt Center, and so I thought I'd send along my own. I'm working on a Ph.D thesis that seeks to show the interconnections between Arendt and Foucault and how a greater engagement with their broader bodies of work can help is re-engage in critique of dominant approaches to and understandings of 'the refugee problem'."
Thank you so much, Natasha, for sharing your library with us! Also, we were very much amused to discover that Hannah Arendt and Michiel Foucault have been made into finger puppets, as per the image above. You can find those items and more on the Unemployed Philosophers Guild website.
Want to share pictures of your own Arendt library?
Please send them to David Bisson, our Media Coordinator, at [email protected], and we might feature them on our blog!
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