Issue 46 Punishment Summer 2012

Table of Contents

Columns
  • Colors / Blond
    Leland de la Durantaye
    When the brightness began
  • Ingestion / What Is Fusarium?
    Adam Jasper
    A fungus among us
  • Inventory / The Tokens
    Christopher Turner
    Orphaned at the Foundling Hospital
  • Legend / In Hades There Is No Statute of Limitations
    Wayne Koestenbaum
    The importance of being Ernest
Main
  • Cybernetic Revolutionaries
    Eden Medina
    Technology and politics in Allende's Chile
  • Talking at the Movies
    Kevin McMahon
    Managing the voice across the history of cinematic sound
  • Law and Odor
    Ned Beauman
    Scent as a chemical weapon
  • The Tattoo Solution
    George Prochnik
    A zag, a zig, a beast, a grid, a swirl, a sword, a word, a Lord
  • D.I.Y. Eye in the Sky
    Andrew Toland
    Masters of all we surveil
Punishment
  • Just Deserts: An Interview with Danielle S. Allen
    Justin E. H. Smith and Danielle S. Allen
    Punishment, citizenship, and the construction of authority
  • Artist Project / Zona
    Carl de Keyzer
  • Practicing Restraint
    Will Wiles
    The madness of the straitjacket
  • Punishment and the Myth of Natural Order: An Interview with Bernard E. Harcourt
    Eric Anthamatten and Bernard E. Harcourt
    "Free" markets and the carceral state
  • Disciplinary Loaf
    The Wardens of Cabinet
    Cruel and unusual nourishment
  • Regarding the Pain of Others?
    Dusty Keelson-Maar
    Snuff spectacle in the age of the scaffold
  • Who Better to Punish than the Innocent?
    Justin E. H. Smith
    Capital punishment and human sacrifice
  • Artist Projects / Penal Codes
    Ellen Harvey, Lin + Lam, Francesco Simeti, and Javier Téllez
  • Hell Is a Funhouse Mirror
    D. Graham Burnett
    Dante's Inferno and Dante's Inferno
  • Celltexts
    Ines Weizman and Eyal Weizman
    Books behind bars
  • The Corrections: A Three-Generation Roundtable on Punishment in the Home
    Jeffrey Kastner
    The look, the voice, the threat
And
  • Postcard / Proxy Cipher Vietnam
    Frank Heath
  • Bookmark / Hot Ticket
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