Issue #03 | China Vision, Part II (Print)
China Vision, Part II focuses, in part, on China's visual geographic influences on politics and people. Mapping, color, animal symbols, microscopy and x-ray visual aids help us to imagine, visualize and understand the past, present and possibly the future of China.
Contents of this issue: The Dandelion School Transformation Project: A Conversation with Lily Yeh | Politically and Geographically Colorful: Revolution, Regime and Color in China, Han-Teng Liao | What Will Happen Next? Envisioning a Personal Future in China, C. Stafford | Myth and Modernity, M. Ting | Retro(spect): On Chinese Divination by Dissecting Written Characters, J.J.M de Groot | Situ Panchen, 1700-1774: Tibetan Encampment Revivalist Painter, Glimpse interviews D. Jackson | Seeing History: Rediscovering the Art of Tibet Through Modern Imaging Technology, C. Reedy | (Re)View: Mahjong at the Peabody Essex Museum, L. Cross | (Re)Views: Not One Less and Green Snakes, I. Moylan
GLIMPSE is an interdisciplinary journal that examines the functions, processes, and effects of vision and its implications for being, knowing, and constructing our world(s). Each theme-focused issue features articles, visual spreads, interviews, and reviews spanning the physical sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities.