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Subject: Re: Inquiry, 
Date: 	Sun, 23 Apr 2000 11:09:52 -1000




Hi Tom:

I tired to look her up under Alta-Vista but no luck.

I had not heard of her text until you mentioned it; 
having always relied on Dreyfus and Rabinow's book
on Foucault. I did find Pamela Major-Poetzl's text
in the Grad Library here and an enjoying reading it.
The text is absulutely everything you said it was and more!
I would like to find a copy for my personal collection.
No luck yet. Any suggestions?

Later,
	William J. King, PhD, MPH
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On Tue, 11 Apr 2000, Tom K. Choi wrote:

> Does anyone have any information on Pamela Major-Poetzl?  She is the author of a trenchant book on Foucault's archaeology, written in 1983 called, Michel Foucault's Archaeology of Western Culture.  If anyone has any information on Ms. Poetzl (i.e., where she is teaching, working, or additional works) I would appreciate the assistance.  I'm interested in attaining more info as the discovery of this book was a pleasant and unexpected surprise.  
> 
> I would highly recommend this book for anyone interested in the archaeology.  There aren't too many works on the archaeology out there and I'd say that this is one of the best I've read, if not the most thorough.
> 


   

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