Issue #04 | Color (Print)
The Color issue features articles, visual essays, interviews and reviews spanning the physical sciences, social sciences, arts and humanities, all in celebration and examination of our visual perception of electromagnetic waves.
Fluorescence in the Garden, C.M. Bielmeier | Ordering Colors: A multifaceted problem, R.G. Kuehni |RetroSpect: Processes for making the best and finest sort of prussian blue with quick-lime (1762); and Concerning the secret of a red gum... (1775), various authors | Color Matters, O.D. Odita | An Interview with Evolutionary Biologist Hopi Hoekstra, C. Arcabascio | Seeing Red on Mars: Adaptation and the influence of environment on color appearance, M.A. Webster | WAVEs of Color: An ecological valence theory of human color preference, K.B. Schloss and S.E. Palmer | Playing (With) Color, F. Collopy | Relatively Speaking: The relationship between language and thought in the color domain D. Roberson and J.R. Hanley | Color-Struck: Quilting and Colorism in the African-American Community, L. Cross | Human Potential for Tetrachromacy, K.A. Jameson | Singed Bedroom, Weekend Afternoon, A. Vaun | Watercolor Science: Transparent watercolor through the eyes of an aerospace engineer, C.M. Bielmeier | (Re)Views: Blue + The Wizard of Oz, 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.