CISR’s Podcast Issue 5 on Psychogeography with Irina Shirobokova (in Russian)

In the fifth issuewith social geographer from CISR Irina Shirobokova  we discuss what pshychogeography is about and how to explore a city with help of your body. We are learning how to lounge around a city with meaning: to disorient yourself in space and to walk through Wrotslaw with map of Sidney.

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Guy Debord, ‘Theory of the Dérive’, Les Lèvres Nues #9 trans. by Ken Knabb, November 1956 (Situationist International Online Archive), , para. 1. 6. Guy Debord and Gil J. Wolman, ‘A User’s Guide to Détournement’, Les Lèvres Nues #8 trans. by Ken Knabb, May 1956 (Situationist International Online Archive),
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Walter Benjamin, The Writer of Modern Life: Essays on Charles Baudelaire (Cambridge, Mass and London, Belknap Harvard, 2006)
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