London Launch of The Funambulist Magazine’s Second Issue “Suburban Geographies” on Nov. 2nd


The (first) launch of The Funambulist Magazine’s second issue dedicated to Suburban Geographies will happen on November 2 (7 PM), at the Westminster Law & Theory Lab directed by friend Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos in London. In addition of this specific issue, I will also present the first (Militarized Cities) and third (Clothing Politics) ones, and we will be very lucky to have Professor Reina Lewis also presenting her text for the third issue.

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Complete text of the invitation:

Invitation Westminster Lab

The Westminster Law & Theory Lab kindly invites you to the London Launch of The Funambulist Magazine’s Second Issue: Suburban Geographies on Monday, 2nd of November, at 7pm at The Pavilion, University of Westminster, 115 New Cavendish St, W1W 6UW

Reina Lewis is professor of Cultural Studies at London College of Fashion, and the author of Muslim Fashion: Contemporary Style Cultures (Duke University Press, 2015)

Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos is the Director of the Westminster Law and Theory Lab and the author of Spatial Justice: Body, Lawscape, Atmosphere (Routeledge, 2014)

Leopold Lambert is the founder and editor of The Funambulist Magazine and the author of Weaponized Architecture: The Impossibility of Innocence (dpr-barcelona, 2012)

The Funambulist Magazine is a bimestrial publication about the political relationships of the designed environment with the bodies. It operates alongside a blog and a podcast (Archipelago) that both share the same editorial line.

List of the first four issues:
– 01 September 2015: Militarized Cities
– 02 November 2015: Suburban Geographies
– 03 January 2016: Clothing Politics
– 04 March 2016: Carceral Environments

Copies of the two first issues will be available for purchase during the event

Please stay with us after the presentation for a less formal discussion around drinks

The event is free but places are strictly limited.

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