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January 16th, 2015
In June of 2014, nonsite.org, with the support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, sponsored four fellows to do research in the Raymond Danowski Poetry Library at Emory University. Danowski’s synoptic ambition—to collect literally all poetry in English published in the 20th century, including the independent journals, short-run chapbooks and broadsides that gave modernism its distinctive energy—has created an opportunity to examine the materials out of which our accounts of the century have been made, without the influence of a shaping hand.
The work of our B-Side Fellows, presented here, takes the shapelessness of “everything” as a provocation to investigate the divergences between canonical accounts of modernism in poetry; to explore the many roads not taken, whether they manifest in the unedited arc of a career, in the one-off achievement, or the unclassified ephemera of a moment. What else might modernism have been? And how do such reconsiderations of modernism bear on what happens on the flip side of the mid-century divide? Edited by Jennifer Ashton and Oren Izenberg
December 15th, 2014
Nineteenth-Century France Now:
Art, Technology, Culture
In this issue, nonsite features new work on 19th-century French art and visual culture, from telegraphy to lithography, Orientalists to Post-Impressionists, Manet to Degas. Edited by Bridget Alsdorf.
October 13th, 2014
Issue #13: The Latin American Issue
In nonsite’s thirteenth issue, we turn to the contemporary relationship between literature and politics in Latin America today. Edited by Eugenio Di Stefano and Emilio Sauri.
August 12th, 2014
Issue #12: Contemporary Politics and Historical Representation
In nonsite’s 12th issue, a collection of views on the meaning and uses of postcolonial theory in and around modern Poland, plus photography and ’sixties Paris and a feature essay on Thomas Piketty’s celebrated Capital in the Twenty-First Century.
March 14th, 2014
Photography and Philosophy:
Call for Papers
The six essays included in nonsite’s 11th issue are intended as three exchanges around three topics—the autonomy of the photographic image, automatism, and time and meaning—that will be the themes of three panels in a two-day conference at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, March 13 and 14, 2015.
The conference is sponsored by the museum and by the Mellon Foundation and is being organized by nonsite.org. We are looking for creative approaches to these themes that will engage with works in the Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection at LACMA. Send proposals for session papers to firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals must be submitted by November 15, 2014.
September 13th, 2013
Issue #10: Affect, Effect, Bertolt Brecht
In nonsite’s tenth issue, we revisit the work of Bertolt Brecht and assess its relevance for today.
May 1st, 2013
Issue #9: The Labor Issue
Nonsite’s 9th issue focuses on working conditions in higher education. Edited by Victoria H.F. Scott.
January 20th, 2013
Issue #8: The Music Issue
In this issue, nonsite turns its attention to music.
October 11th, 2012
Issue #7: Formalism/Post-Formalism
New accounts of Picasso, Léger, Beckmann, Pollock, Bearden and we ask: What are the stakes of formalism today?
July 2nd, 2012
Intention and Interpretation
This issue is loosely the result of a double session on Intention and Interpretation at the College Art Association meeting of February 2010. (The original call for papers appears below.) The line-up of speakers was somewhat different from the authors of this special issue, but these remarks describe the developments to which both sets of […]
March 18th, 2012
Issue #5: Agency and Experience
In this issue Michael Fried, Ruth Leys, and Robert Pippin look at aspects of the relation between our agency–our actions, or emotions, our character–and our experience–of the world, of ourselves, of each other.
December 1st, 2011
Issue #4: No Quarrel (Part 2)
Part 2 of our “No Quarrel” feature on literature and philosophy. Edited by Oren Izenberg and Rob Chodat.
October 14th, 2011
Issue #3: No Quarrel (Part 1)
This issue of nonsite presents a conversation between literary scholars and philosophers, revisiting the ancient quarrel between literature and philosophy in a modern disciplinary context. Edited by Oren Izenberg and Rob Chodat.
June 10th, 2011
Issue #2: Evaluating Neuroaesthetics
In a special dossier, contributors present claims for and against neuro-, cognitive, and evolutionary aesthetics. Edited by Todd Cronan.
January 25th, 2011
Issue #1: Author/Artist/Audience
We present nonsite’s inaugural issue.