by Francesco PelliziThe contents of this issue are: Editorial, Adorno without quotation, by Robert Hullot-Kentor, Ritual objects of the Qiang shamans, by Michael Oppitz; Human-animal imagery, shamanic visions, and ancient American aesthetics, by Rebecca Stone-Miller; Flower Mountain: Concepts of life, beauty, and paradise among the Classic Maya, by Karl A. Taube; Demystifying the late preclassic Izapan-style stela-altar 'cult', by Julia Guernsey Kappelman; Chichen Itza's legacy in the astronomically oriented architecture of Mayapan, by Anthony F. Azcatitlan, by Federico Navarrete; Manuel Gamio, Diego Rivera, and the politics of Mexican anthropology, by Renato Gonzalez Mello; The art of assemblage: Aesthetic expression and social experience in Danhome, by Suzanne Preston Blier; Kosmos: The imagery of the archaic Greek temple, by Clemente Marconi; Visual textuality: The Logos as pregnant body and building, by Bissera Pentcheva; Greening Brunelleschi: Botticelli at Santo Spirito, by Charles Burroughs; Local sites, foreign sights: A sailor's sketchbook of human and animal curiosities in early modern Amsterdam, by Angela Vanhaelen; and Architecture and efficiency: George Maciunas and the economy of art, by Cuauhtemoc Medina.
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