I flagged up this major book on heterotopia almost a year ago, but it is finally published next month. The Globalization of Space: Foucault and Heterotopia is edited by Mariangela Palladino and John Miller. According to the publisher:
“This edited collection of essays offers a fresh perspective on Michel Foucault, one of the most influential figures in contemporary theory. With contributions from a number of renowned scholars such as Abdulrazak Gurnah, Zoë Wicomb and Iain Chambers, this volume is the first to focus on what Foucault termed ‘heterotopias’, spaces that exhibit multiple layers of meaning and reveal tensions within society. Case studies comprise spaces of either deviance or crisis which enable stimulating interpretations of contemporary manifestations of heterotopias. These allow a dynamic reassessment of many of the key spatial, environmental and political themes of our time”.
Further information, including introductory chapter and index can be found here.
25 February 2015