[Yasmin_an] LRQ 2.01 The Sublime in Art and Science
rmalina at alum.mit.edu
Wed Jul 11 15:44:55 EEST 2012
I would like tom bring to your attention the new Leonardo ebook
produced by Michael Punt Editor in Chief of Leonardo Reviews.
If you are interested in having publications or events reviewed
by Leonardo Reviews you will find instructions at:
> L|R|Q Leonardo Reviews Quarterly 2.01
> With Essays on The Sublime in Art and Science
> Now available at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008JG7DAM
> This special Kindle edition of L|R|Q contains all the reviews submitted by Leonardo Reviews
international panel of expert reviewers in the last three months
together with four newly commissioned essays by Roger Malina, Michael
Punt, Sundar Sarukkai and Martyn Woodward dealing with a burning issue
in the humanities/arts/science/technology community. This edition also
contains a feature on poet, playwright and established panelist for
Leonardo Reviews, Allan Graubard.
> This special edition of L|R|Q contains important signposts for the ongoing creative intellectual project to draw together best practice in interdisciplinary research. Its original essays draw on emerging ideas concerning history and neuroscience to open up new vistas, concerns and topics for research and practice. As a collection of responses to recent literature across a wide range of topics L|R|Q 2.01 will be a valuable asset for teachers and researchers wishing to keep up with current ideas and publishing. The additional materials will also provide provocations and starting points for further thinking and exchange between practitioners in arts, science and technology.
The eBook project is a collaboration between the Leoanrdo/ISAST and
MIT Press in Partnership with Transtechnology Research, Plymouth
University. It is a project of the ATEPUCU: The ATEC Experimental
Publishing And Curating Initiative at University of Texas at Dallas.
This is an exciting development of the longstanding mission of
Leonardo/The International Society for the Arts Sciences and
Technology to meet the critical challenges required to mobilize
cross-fertilization among the domains of art, science and technology.
> The table of contents and a preview can be viewed at
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