Stuart asks some interesting questions regarding Foucault's lectures on Nietzsche. These come from his renewed attention to Foucault (for a book he has just contracted for) on Foucault's "last decade." While I cannot answer the questions, I would just repeat that my colleague Paul Karan remembers inviting Foucault to visit Kentucky in 1970/71 (on the basis of the argument that Foucault would be in the US, I think somewhere in the Midwest of perhaps judging from Stuart's list in Buffalo) and on his way to the west coast. Paul argued that Kentucky was "on the way"! He says that Foucault actually did come here, but whether he lectured, and on what, I couldn't say. It would certainly be interesting to know if we could get further evidence of his visit, and the topic (and whether it was 1970 or 1971).