The Design Studies Forum, in conjunction with Berg Publishers, announces
publication of the first issue of Design and Culture, a peer-reviewed
journal. Design and Culture explores the dynamic, contingent relationships
between design and its many cultural contexts.
Free access to the journal's first issue is available at
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Elizabeth Guffey, Editorial Introduction
Carma R. Gorman, "Religion on Demand: Faith-based Design"
Alice Twemlow, "I can't talk to you if you say that: An ideological
collision at the International Design Conference at Aspen, 1970"
Johanna Drucker, "Philip Meggs and Richard Hollis: Models of Graphic Design
Will Straw, "The Music CD and Its Ends"
Guy Julier, Interview with Scott Lash and Celia Lury, "Value, Relationality
and Unfinished Objects"
Statement of Practice
Denise Gonzales Crisp, "Discourse This! Designers and Alternative Critical
Melissa Buchanan on "Designing Modern: 1920 to the Present"
Grace Lees-Maffei on "Jean Prouvé - The Poetics of the Technical Object"
Andrea Renner on "Rococo: The Continuing Curve, 1730-2008"
Victoria Solan on "Figuration in Contemporary Design"
Glenn Adamson on The Craftsman
Deborah Allison on Uncredited: Graphic Design & Opening Titles in Movies
Matt Ferranto on 79 Short Essays on Design
Beverly Gordon on Findings: The Material Culture of Needlework and Sewing
Elizabeth Hornbeck on Poiret
Kathleen James-Chakraborty on Selling Modernity: Advertising in
Amy F. Ogata on A Manufactured Wilderness: Summer Camps and the Shaping of
American Youth, 1890-1960
J. R. Osborn on Arabesque: Graphic Design from the Arab World and Persia
Linda S. Phipps on Water-Works: The Architecture and Engineering of the New
York City Water Supply
David Raizman on Design and Art: Documents of Contemporary Art
Design and Culture
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