# THE FUNAMBULIST PAMPHLETS /// Volume 05: Occupy Wall Street Now Published

05- Occupy Wall Street (full cover)

The fifth volume of The Funambulist Pamphlets that gathers and edits past articles (as well as additional photographs) of the blog about Occupy Wall Street, is now officially published by Punctum Books in collaboration with the Center for Transformative Media at Parsons The New School. You can either download the book as a PDF for free or order it online for the price of $7.00 or €6.00. Next volume to be published will be dedicated to Palestine. Click here to see the other volumes of The Funambulist Pamphlets.

Thank you to Eileen Joy, Anna Kłosowska, Ed Keller, Liam Young, Lucas Issey, Eric Hazan, John O’Toole.

Official page of The Funambulist Pamphlets Volume 05: OCCUPY WALL STREET on Punctum Books’ website.

Index of the Book

Introduction: My Body Is a Political Weapon
00/ Photographs of Occupy Wall Street
01/ “I Am a Citizen of Liberty Square”
02/ Urban Insurgencies: Algiers’ Labyrinthine Casbah vs. New York’s Weaponized Grid Plan
03/ “Mic-Check!”: Human Transmission Technology
04/ “This is What Democracy Looks Like” Is Not Just a Slogan
05/ Why We Should Stop Calling Occupy Wall Street a Protest
06/ Spatial Issues at Stake in Occupy Wall Street: Considering the Privately Owned Public Spaces
07/ The Tremendous Power of Space
08/ The Archipelago as a Territorial Manifesto
09/ About the Notion of Occupying
10/ Judith Butler to the Occupy Movement: “This is a Politics of the Public Body”
11/ Occupy the Department of Buildings
12/ Creating the Urban Labyrinth in an Orthogonal Street Grid
13/ National Security Drones vs. Liam Young’s Electronic Counter-Measures
14/ Aestheticizing Violence + Capitalizing on the Revolt Imaginary
15/ Impetus
16/ Occupy Gezi: Why Are Politicians Afraid of Bodies
17/ The Republic of Taksim
18/ What Is a People?
19/ The Political Archipelago: For a New Paradigm of Territorial Sovereignty
20/ Official Report on the question of the so-called New York Commune
21/ The New York Commune [Film in Progress]

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