Summer 2006, Vol. 65, No. 2

In This Issue

Patricia C. Phillips, Art That Insists: Persistence with Urgency, 5


Summer 2006

Perry Bard, Status: Stolen (With an introduction by Gregory Sholette), 6

Kelly Dennis, The Hegelian Implications of the Museum of Sex; or, Does MoSex Mean No Sex?, 8

Carolyn Dean, The Trouble with (the Term) Art, 24

Saloni Mathur, Diasporic Body Double: The Art of the Singh Twins, 34

Doug Ashford, Wendy Ewald, Nina Felshin, and Patricia C. Phillips, A Conversation on Social Collaboration, 58

Chris Mills and Nick Muellner, No Ideas but in Things: Photography at Learning’s Limit, 84

Natasha Goldman, Israeli Holocaust Memorial Strategies at Yad Vashem: From Silence to Recognition, 102

Timothy Emlyn Jones, The Studio Art Doctorate in America, 124


KEVIN CHUA on Wu Hung, Remaking Beijing: Tiananmen Square and the Creation of a Political Space; HELEN McDONALD on Jill Bennett, Empathic Vision: Affect, Trauma, and Contemporary Art, and Ernst van Alphen, Art in Mind: How Contemporary Images Shape Thought; MIRA SCHOR on Amelia Jones, Irrational Modernism: A Neurasthenic History of New York Dada; and Z. PAMELA KARIMI on Michael M. J. Fischer, Mute Dreams, Blind Owls, and Dispersed Knowledges: Persian Poesis in the Transnational Circuitry