|Production Note: This argument needs expansion along these lines:
Subjectivity as a social construct (Foucault's own concepts)
History as a record of rebellions (Foucault in Is It Useless to Revolt)
Revolt as manifesting subjectivity of "whomever" (same as above)
Women's subjectivity and modes of subjectification (Technologies of Gender, Foucault and Feminism, Disciplining Foucault)
Why single out Foucault's views (similarities with Shari'ati's use of 'political spirituality')
Whose version of 'history'? What stories are excluded?
Whose subjectivity defined the revolution in Iran? (Populism and Feminism in Iran)