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Post-Office Book Club with Manou 14/03

Welcome to the Post-Office Book Club in the Architecture Library Brussels! (Paleizenstraat 65, 1030 Brussels) 19:00-21:00

Post-Office BOOK CLUB
Lazy nights, tricky books

On Tuesday 14 March the lazy club for tricky books holds a 3rd soirée! Our host Manou will introduce Xenofeminist Manifesto1 and Glitch Feminism2, in the library3, from 19:00 – 21:00, with drinks and food. You’re very welcome!4 

1 = Cuboniks, Laboria. The Xenofeminist Manifesto : a Politics for Alienation. London: Verso, 2018.
2 = Russell, Legacy. Glitch Feminism: a Manifesto. London: Verso, 2020.
3 = Our library will transform into a lounge. 4th floor, Faculty of Architecture Sint-Lucas Brussels Campus, 65-67, Paleizenstraat – 1030 Brussels.
4 = RSV
P very welcome. Dresscode: xeno-library-appropriate attire

About POBC

Dear book afficionado, welcome to the Post-Office Book Club! The Brussels architecture library displays a selection of books curated by a family of practitioners. The collection will be on the shelves throughout the 22-23 year, and is yours to consult. Every x weeks, we will transform the library and host a bibliophilic soirée. One of our club members takes the lead and, after having read one of the volumes, will share its hopes, fears, secrets and revelations. The night’s host will give shape to the event – we might be reading together, remixing books in a workshop, or watch related films. We would be delighted to have you on board, as a guest ± reader, or a maker of soup 🙂

If you missed an event, look into the book’s back cover insert to find a special card. On this card, you can find this book’s other readers. You can meet up, organize another event, or read the book and add your name to the list.

Do you want to participate? Need more info? Ask our librarian, or drop a line at pieterjan.ginckels AT kuleuven.be. See you at the club!

The POBC is an initiative of Pieterjan Ginckels & Paradigm Weekly and the architecture library of KU Leuven in Brussels. A first collection of books is curated together with Miriam Rohde and Lars Fischer.