The contents of this issue are: Susan Sontag, in memoriam; "Presentation," by Finbarr Barry Flood and Zoe S. Strother; "Restoration as recreation at the Sainte-Chapelle of Paris," by Meredith Cohen; "Ars Longa Vita Brevis: Art after agency in ancient Maya sculpture," by Bryan R. Just; "Recycling icons and bodies in Chinese anti-Buddhist persecutions," by Eric Reinders; "Censorship and iconoclasm--unsettling monuments," by John Peffer; "Beyond monument lies empire: Mapping Songhay space in sixteenth-century Mali," by Kristina Van Dyke; "When the object of transmission is not an object: A West African example (Guinea, Conakry)," by David Berliner; "Tocapu: ’You only live twice’," by Tom Cummins; "Roman oscilla: An assessment," by Rabun Taylor; "Turning tale into vision: Time and image in the Divine Comedy," by Gervase Rosser; "Brunelleschi-Manetto/Matteo: Central perspective and anthropological experiment," by Friedrich Bach; and "The Torchlight Visit: Guiding the eye through the late eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century antique sculpture galleries," by Claudia Mattos. Lectures, Documents and Discussions: "Fluxus," Cuauhtemoc Medina; and "’Diskotel’ 1967: Israel and the Western Wall in the aftermath of the Six-Day War," by Daniel Bertrand Monk.
RES: ANTHROPOLOGY AND AESTHETICS
Res: Anthropology and Aesthetics, 48: Autumn 2005
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Publication: December 2005