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Cabinet magazine issue 49

Cabinet magazine issue 49Exhume these lively elements of our special thematic corpus:
–Christopher Turner on spiritualist history of Lily Dale, New York
–Catherine Hansen on the life-and-death relationship of Romanian writers Gherasim Luca and Gellu Naum
–Mats Bigert on Swedish funeral candy
–Deborah Lutz on reliquary books
–D. Graham Burnett on the polychromatic radiance of the dying dolphinfish
–Jonathan Allen on the rituals of the magician’s funeral
–Leland de la Durantaye on dying and beauty in Giacomo Leopardi’s philosophical dialogues
–Leopardi’s “Dialogue Between Fashion and Death”

And don’t throw dirt on us before considering:
–George Prochnik on the Jerusalem labyrinth
–Julia Sherman on the legacy of the 1968 Miss America pageant protests
–Jon Calame on the evocations of the emoticon
–Mary Walling Blackburn on the color teal
–Wayne Koestenbaum’s new “Legend” column
–Will Wiles on the Crash at Crush
–William Deringer on the fiscal and epistemic politics of stout
–George Pendle on Irving Langmuir and the symptoms of pathological science
–Geoff Manaugh on forensic topology and the LA bank burglar
–Justin E. H. Smith on the Montanan monadology of Louis Riel
–Smith’s translation of Riel’s “Dissertation on Monads”
–Artist projects by Cevdet Erek, Adam Fuss, Laura Larson, and Oliver Wasow, and a postcard by Stephan Apicella-Hitchcock

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 Katchadourian Family Foundation, Goldman Sachs Gives, the Danielson Foundation, and many individuals.

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