The contents of this issue are: Editorial, "Socrates’ death," by Remo Guidieri; "Antimasque, Pageant: Restoration and Bethlem at Moorfields," by Christine Stevenson; "Picturing Madness in 1905: Giacomo Balla’s La Pazza and the cycle The Living," by Christine Poggi; "Quoting Eros: Visual culture, irony and anachronism in Thomas Mann," by Filippo Fimiani; "Cosmos and warfare on a Classic Maya vase," by Oswaldo Chinchilla; "Women and political power: The inclusion and exclusion of noblewomen in Aztec pictorial histories," by Lori Boornazian Diel; "Ancestors and commemoration in Igbo Odo masquerades," by Benjamin Hufbauer and Bess Reed; "Style and the standardization of forms in certain arts of the Sepik," by Romain Chambrin; "The modality of time-maps: Quilting in the Pacific from another point of view," by Susanne Kuechler; Lectures, Documents and Discussions: "Slit drums on Atchin;" an unpublished manuscript by John Layard, edited and with an introduction by Haidy Geismar; "Style and meaning: Abelam art through Yolngu eyes," The 1998 Anthony Forge Lecture, by Howard Morphy; "Vodou in the age of mechanical reproduction," by Donald Cosentino; and "Heterosomatics: Remarks of an historian of women’s bodies," by Barbara Duden.
RES: ANTHROPOLOGY AND AESTHETICS
Res: Anthropology and Aesthetics, 47: Spring 2005
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Publication: September 2005