Cabinet 57: Catastrophe


Publisher Cabinet

ISBN 9781932698657


Cabinet 57, with a special section on "Catastrophe," includes an interview with Anson Rabinbach on European intellectual responses to the catastrophes of two world wars; Matthew Spellman on St. Anthony the Hermit and the notion of retreating from a world marked by disaster; and Jonathan Hayes on the nineteenth-century roots of the ecological movement. Elsewhere in the issue: Charlie Hale on the decline and (noncomedic) fall of Buster Keaton; Adam Morris on the history of the flume ride and its relationship to logging practices in the US; and more.

112 p, ills colour & bw, 20 x 25 cm, pb, English


$13.45



Cabinet 57: Catastrophe