Issue 52 Celebration Winter 2013/14

Table of Contents

Columns
  • Colors / Bittersweet
    Andrea K. Scott
    Spirit twisted
  • Legend / Oldsters Necking
    Wayne Koestenbaum
    The key is the housedress
  • Leftovers / Blood, Language, and Voom
    Yara Flores
    The second coming of the Cat in the Hat
  • Inventory / The Master’s Shelf
    Martin Kemp and Manya Pagiavla
    Leonardo’s book lists
Main
  • Whitewood under Siege
    Jacob Hodes
    On the front lines of the pallet wars
  • The Pebble in the Soul
    Herant Katchadourian
    Scrupulosity and the origins of compulsivity
  • Artist Project / The Artlover
    Serkan Ozkaya
  • Color Primitive
    Josh Berson
    Hue, language, and semantic universals
  • Tropical Babel
    Celeste Olalquiaga
    Picking through the ruins of Caracas’s El Helicoide
  • Indexes, in Praise of
    Sasha Archibald
    Last but not least
Celebration
  • Stamps of Approval
    George Pendle
    Celebrating the achievements of others
  • Confetti Uncut
    D. Graham Burnett
    From phyllobolia to Carnevale
  • The Icing on the Cake: An Interview with Nicola Humble
    Jeffrey Kastner and Nicola Humble
    Baking festivity
  • Artist Project / Release Yourself
    Pradeep Dalal
  • Neolithic Joy: An Interview with Ian Hodder
    Christopher Turner and Ian Hodder
    The culture of celebration at Çatalhöyük
  • All that Glitters
    James Trainor
    The martial moment of Israeli New Year’s cards
And
  • Postcard / Sincere, Generic Greeting Card
  • Bookmark / French Flies
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