Issue #01 | Is the visual political? (Digital Download)
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.
Contents of this issue: Presidents of the USA, D. Kish | Ugliness: Visibility and the Invisible Prejudice, A. Synnott | Musings on a Master Race: The Drawings of Hannah Barrett, C. Arcabascio | Grandpa Lenin and the Crimson Love, N. Giroux | Politics, Vision and Democracy: Access Equality for the Visually Impaired, M. Murray | Third-Term Panic, 1874, T. Nast, courtesy of T.J. Michalak | Political Symbols, A. Hughes | Mirroring People: Neuropolitics, M. Iacoboni | Hugo Juarez 2008, N. Munyan | Dilemmas of Claiming Ownership in an Epidemic, L. Moana Kolff | Society of the And, R. Van Toorn, introduction by H. White | Media, Race, and the Marketplace, R.M. Entman | Politico-Religious Dimensions of Chaco Canyon Pottery, S. Plog | (Re)views, A. Hughes | Flags, Color, Symbol, and National Identity, C. Arcabascio interviews K. Cerulo | Is the Visual Political? An Essay | T. Kaplan-Maxfield | Political Agenda, R. Sullivan | Web-Only Features: Electing the President: How American Elections Work, S. Hickey | Framing Documenta: Local Politics of High Art in Kassel, Germany, J. Andreoni + D. Stein | Hugo Juarez Campaign Kit, N. Munyan