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- SCOPE Magazine
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"56 pages Saddle-stitched
SCOPE's Spring 2011 issue contains fascinating essays on how the nineteenth-century’s culture of cranks has lessons for our Internet age, on how the UN Security Council’s counter-terrorism sanctions list violated fundamental rights when it was instituted and continues to do so, on the unique and enduring legacy of The White Stripes, on the critical role of the abstract in advancing physics, and on John Lukacs’ new book on the future of history.
As always, we’re also thrilled to introduce you to some terrific up-and-coming artists, photographers, sculptors, and designers, whose work we’ve paired with the essays. And look for our new feature, Spectacle, on page 31.