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THE FUNAMBULIST 14/// November-December 2017: TOXIC ATMOSPHERES

Editor
Léopold Lambert
Price
$18.00
Date
2018
Publisher
The Funambulist
Format
Periodicals
Size
21 × 30 × 0.1 cm
Length
60 pp
Genre
Politics, Criticism
Description

Toxic Atmospheres consists in a different approach to space and bodies to the strictly physical one usually described in The Funambulist. Its editorial argument draws on the concepts of “being-in-the-breathable” (Peter Sloterdijk), “the weather” (Christina Sharpe), and “combat breathing” (Frantz Fanon) to resolutely politicize what is usually approached through an environmentalist perspective. The toxicity described throughout its pages are the atmospheric conditions of colonialism, imperialism, and/or capitalism. This includes the use of weaponized chemical agents such as teargas (Dariouche Tehrani) or agent orange (Ylan Vo), colonial and nationalist political programs testing and mobilizing nuclear weapons (Samia Henni) or energy (Lisa Torio), methane pollution as a part of US settler colonialism (Sonia Grant), the hegemonic designation of toxicity by European pharmaceutical companies (Chanelle Adams & Sarah Boisard), the need for Black microclimates of emancipated air (Christina Sharpe), a story on waste management in Lebanon (Jessika Khazrik), and a curing center on the US-Mexico border (Alexandra Cortez). The issue also contains political reports about the occupied Golan Heights (Aamer Ibraheem), LGBT organizing in Thailand (Patnarin “Trong” Wongkad), and the Rohingya genocide in Myanmar and Australian detention camps (Imran Mohammad).

Editor-in-Chief: Léopold Lambert
Part-time assistants: Flora Hergon & Noelle Geller
Contributing copyeditor: Maxwell Donnewald
Contributors: Aamer Ibraheem, Patnarin “Trong” Wongkad, Imran Mohammad, Dariouche Tehrani, Ylan Vo, Samia Henni, Lisa Torio, Sonia Grant, Chanelle Adams, Sarah Boisard, Christina Sharpe, Jessika Khazrik, and Alexandra Cortez.

Softcover, staple-bound, colour

  1. THE FUNAMBULIST 14/// November-December 2017: TOXIC ATMOSPHERES
 

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