The third issue of The Funambulist Magazine is dedicated to clothing politics, examining a scale of design closer to bodies than the ones previously studied in the past issues. The layers of fabric we incorporate (i.e. form into a body) are all charged both legally and normatively, and this charge combines with those related to a body’s race, gender, behavior, and spatial-temporal context. This issue thus proposes to examine this combination of normative charges — sometimes turned into law — through various wearable objects we call clothes: shoes, pants, shirts, accessories, and different head garments.

Editor-in-Chief: Léopold Lambert

This issue is now in full open-access. You can read each article’s online version by clicking on the features below.

Past Issues

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Decentering the U.S.

Thinking pluriversally through Blackness, queerness, brownness, caste & indigeneity from other geographies than the United States.

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Music and the Revolution

Open Access

An issue about music and liberation movements on the African Continent, Colombia, India, Palestine, the Levant, France, Chile, Algeria, Australia, the U.S., and Romania.

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Against Genocide (guest edited by Zoé Samudzi)

Open Access

A special issue guest edited by Zoé Samudzi constructing a dialogue between genocidal histories in Zimbabwe, Brazil, Ethiopia, Korea, Namibia, the U.S., Artsakh and more... while critiquing the legal and political concept of genocide as calibrated on eurocentric criteria.