"The Avant-Garde as Critical Practice" and future issues
Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture
The Avant-Garde as Critical Practice, edited by Alan Clinton and John Sundholm
Tim Sharp—Traveler's Tale (video and cover image), "Notes and Queries on the Veiled Threats Installation"
"The Genealogy of Electracy (an Interview with Gregory L. Ulmer)
Pack Observing Art Basel >< Miami Beach 2008
Edited by Walter K. Lew, with Alan Clinton
Design by Jeremy James Thompson
With special thanks to Rita K. Wong and 'a'a arts
Nicola Masciandro "Black Sabbath's 'Black Sabbath: A Gloss on Heavy Metal's Originary Song"
Joe Culpepper "Flaneurs and Infiltrators (How to Read Cityscapes via Textscapes)"
Holland Wilde "Wilde Emerald"
Dina Smith "Traveling with Holly Golightly: Breakfast at Tiffany's as Cinderella Mythology"
Kim Paice "Simon Leung Squatting, Waiting"
Alan Clinton "De-Positions"
Maros Krivy "Notes on Architecture"
Dmitry Sokolenko "The Nabokov Riddle"
Lars Gustaf Andersson on The Aesthetics of Resistance
Alan Clinton on Derrida and Cixous, An Alchemist with One Eye on Fire, and Dorsality: Thinking Back Through Technology and Politics
Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture (ISSN: 1547-4348) is an innovative online cultural studies journal dedicated to fostering an intellectual community composed of scholars and their audience, granting them all the ability to share thoughts and opinions on the most important and influential work in contemporary interdisciplinary studies. Reconstruction publishes three themed issues and one open issue per year. Send open submissions (year round) to email@example.com and submissions for themed issues to the appropriate editors listed on the site at www.reconstruction.eserver.org. Reconstruction also accepts proposal for special issue editors and topics. Reconstruction is indexed in the MLA International Bibliography.