Cabinet magazine issue 50

| October 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

Rebecca L. Spang on how we have come to fear inflation
–D. Graham Burnett on tabua and relational economics
–Geoff Manaugh on the physical and financial topographies of gold mining
–Jeffrey Kastner in conversation with Stephen Mihm on capitalists and counterfeiters in nineteenth-century America
–And artist projects by Conrad Bakker, Andrew Hurle, David Maisel, Sal Randolph, and Peter Simensky

Cabinet magazine issue 50–Adam Jasper on the color international orange
–Paul Freedman details the protocols of the state dinner
–Adrian Young recovers the radical pedagogy of the original “object lessons”
–Wayne Koestenbaum’s new “Legend” column
–Kevin McCann on the amphibian cosmology of Jean-Pierre Brisset
–Lev Bratishenko on the Théâtrophone and the birth of music on demand
–Justin E. H. Smith considers the shadowy enticements of the dark side of the moon
–Aaron Schuster on the philosophical dimensions of tickling
–Dominic Pettman on an emergent world in which an orc and a penguin might share a sandwich
–David Pike and Wayne Barrar visit Albania’s bunkerized countryside

Cabinet can be purchased through its website, as well as independent bookstores across the US and at chains such as Barnes & Noble, Hudson News, and Universal News. The magazine is also available in Canada, the UK, and more than twenty other countries around the world. A partial list of retailers worldwide can be found here.

Cabinet is published by Immaterial Incorporated, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Cabinet receives generous support from the Lambent Foundation, the Orphiflamme Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Warhol Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Danielson

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