Issue 38 Islands Summer 2010

Table of Contents

  • Colors / Red
    Maggie Nelson
    Something dipped
  • Ingestion / Table Manner
    Anthony Grafton
    The disposition of the Last Supper
  • Inventory / An Anthology of Memories from Cabinet’s Published Past
    Alejandro Cesarco
    Working through our issues
  • Leftovers / The Future of Neglect
    Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss
    Urban renewal and the politics of refusal
  • Radiantly Malevolent
    Adam Jasper
    Louis Wain’s psychotic cats
  • Blue Notes
    Brian Dillon
    Selling the siren song of the medicine cabinet
  • Scratch and Sniff
    Gary Leggett
    Diagnosing the allergic reaction
  • If It’s Part Broke, Half Fix It
    George Pendle
    The sincere horse sense of Dr. George W. Crane
  • Artist Project / Transmission
    Maria Friberg
  • Dry Mountain Water
    Allen S. Weiss
    Afloat on a sea of stones
  • Cabinet v. Beşiktaş
    Soccer as never before
  • Lords of the Ring
    Alistair Sponsel
    Beneath the surface of the atoll
  • Islands and the Law: An Interview with Christina Duffy Burnett
    Sina Najafi and Christina Duffy Burnett
    The juridical shape of America’s insular empire
  • Artist Project / Pulau Pejantan
    Institute of Critical Zoologists
  • The Silence of the Dams: An Interview with Tetrapod No. 16-2-77
    Mats Bigert, Sina Najafi, and Tetrapod No. 16-2-77
  • Isles of Safety
    Tom Vanderbilt
    Considering the traffic island
  • A Topical Paradise
    Hernán Díaz
    Literary archipelagos since the great age of exploration
  • Artist Projects / Washed Ashore
    Keren Cytter, Jason Dodge, and Annika Ström
  • On the Monstrosity of Islands
    D. Graham Burnett
    Betrayal, solitude, madness, despair
  • The Islanders
    Andreas Hiepko
    Castaways in a divided Berlin
  • Artist Project / 65-Point Plan for Sustainable Living
    Jeremy Drummond
  • An Archipelago of Centers
    Sandy Isenstadt
    A modernist reinvention of the kitchen
  • Postcard / Loss Accountability of Top-Down Ontologies
    Mary Mattingly
  • Bookmark / Napoleon, Penguins, and Beef Tea
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