Journal of the Month: Cabinet

The Journal of the Month for December/January 2012 is Cabinet, an award-winning quarterly magazine of art and culture…Its hybrid sensibility merges the popular appeal of an arts periodical, the visually engaging style of a design magazine, and the in-depth exploration of a scholarly journal to create a sourcebook of ideas for an eclectic international audience of readers, from artists and designers to scientists, philosophers, and historians.
Issue 43 includes:
“Our Aesthetic Categories: An Interview with Sianne Ngai”—Ngai, professor of English at Stanford University, discusses aesthetics as a philosophical discipline, with a focus on the cute, the interesting, and the zany.
On this month’s theme Forensics:
“Osteobiography: An Interview with Clyde Snow”—Forensic anthropologist Snow discussed his field in terms of the law.
“The Freedom of Speech Itself”—A contemporary chronology of forensic listening.
“Murky Evidence”—Environmental forensics in the age of human activity.
Stop by the library to check out this and all the rest of our journals!
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