Category Archives: Eyal Weizman

My favourite academic books of 2017

  I don’t think I read as many new books this year as previous years, and the ‘to read’ piles get ever higher… But these are the academic books published in 2017 which I particularly liked: Update: the lists for … Continue reading

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Books received – Titus Andronicus, Sheridan, Lorenzini & Sforzini and Weizman

The revised edition of the Arden Third Series, Titus Andronicus, edited by Jonathan Bate; a second-hand copy of Alan Sheridan’s Michel Foucault: The Will to Truth; Lorenzini and Sforzini’s collection Un demi-siècle d’ « Histoire de la folie »; and … Continue reading

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Eyal Weizman, Vertical Apartheid in Israel-Palestine – new preface (open access) to Hollow Land

Eyal Weizman, ‘Vertical Apartheid in Israel-Palestine‘ a new preface (open access) to the re-edition of his classic Hollow Land.

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‘The Rise of Forensic Architecture’ – profile of Eyal Weizman and the agency in Architect magazine

‘The Rise of Forensic Architecture‘ – a fascinating  profile of Eyal Weizman and the agency in Architect magazine. Eyal’s book Forensic Architecture: Violence at the Threshold of Detectability is now available from MIT Press.

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Eyal Weizman video interview on ‘Forensic Architecture – Investigating the Blueprint of War Crimes’ on Russia Today

Eyal Weizman video interview on ‘Forensic Architecture – Investigating the Blueprint of War Crimes’ on Russia Today. A fascinating discussion of what his Goldsmiths research agency Forensic Architecture does, and a robust response to hostile questioning. Eyal writes: A few … Continue reading

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Eyal Weizman, Forensic Architecture – forthcoming from Zone

Eyal Weizman, Forensic Architecture: Violence at the Threshold of Detectability – forthcoming from Zone. This builds on the work of his Forensic Architecture research agency at Goldsmiths. In recent years, a little-known research group named Forensic Architecture began using novel research … Continue reading

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Global Empire: Excavating Israel – Eyal Weizman interview with Tariq Ali

Tariq Ali talks to Eyal Weizman, Professor of Spatial and Visual Cultures Goldsmiths, University of London, about the pressure being applied by Israel on the White House and EU to illegalise the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) campaign. Global Empire: … Continue reading

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New York and London launch events for Extraterritorialities in Occupied Worlds

Details of the two launch events for the Extraterritorialities in Occupied Worlds collection, edited by Maayan Amir and Ruti Sela as part of the Exterritory Project. The book is available for a low-cost download or print-on-demand, and in time will … Continue reading

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Planned Violence Keynote Lecture by Eyal Weizman and Reading from Courttia Newland, University of Warwick, 20 January 2016

Registration for the final Planned Violence Keynote Lecture by Eyal Weizman and Reading from Courttia Newland, University of Warwick, 20 January 2016, is now open…. Eyal Weizman, Professor of Spatial and Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, University of London, will deliver … Continue reading

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Eyal Weizman, “Forensic Architecture” video of 2015 Wall Exchange lecture at UBC

Eyal Weizman, “Forensic Architecture” video of 2015 Wall Exchange lecture UBC (via Derek Gregory’s Geographical Imaginations.) Can architecture provide new tools of political analysis and intervention? This question is central to the work of Eyal Weizman, Israeli architect and scholar. … Continue reading

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