Res: Anthropology And Aesthetics, 65/66: 2014/2015

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This 35th anniversary issue includes Francesco Pellizzi, Editorial: RES at 35; Remo Bodei, A constellation of words; Stephen Houston, Barbara Fash, and David Stuart, Masterful hands; Mary Weismantel, Encounters with dragons; Guilhem Olivier, Why give birth to enemies?; lodie Dupey Garca, The materiality of color in the body ornamentation of Aztec gods; Cristina Cruz Gonzlez, Crucifixion piety in New Mexico; Duncan Caldwell, A new ordering of Adena tablets based on a deeper reading of the McKensie Tablet; Z. S. Strother, A terrifying mimesis; Wyatt MacGaffey, Franchising minkisi in Loango; Lisa Homann, Alluring obscurity; Clemente Marconi, Pausanias and the figural decoration of Greek sacred architecture; Bissera V. Pentcheva, The aesthetics of landscape and icon at Sinai; Paroma Chatterjee, The gifts of the Gorgon; Achim Timmermann, Vain labor(?); Karen Overbey, Seeing through stone; Juan Jos Lahuerta, The crucifixions of Velzquez and Zurbarn; Noam Andrews, The space of knowledge; Katrin Seyler, Heritage and artisanal empathy in the Republic of Tools; Ines G. upanov, The pulpit trap; Edward Vazquez, Antimatter; Bret Rothstein, Visual difficulty as a cultural system; and contributions by Alessandra Russo, ric Michaud, Maria H. Loh, and Ara H. Merjian; and the essay Adieux aux armes, by Remo Guidieri.

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