Journal of Modern Craft 2.1

The first issue of 2009.

Editorial Introduction.


The Quilts of Gee’s Bend: How Great Art Gets Lost by Bernard L. Herman


Craft and the Dialogics of Modernity: The Arts and Crafts Movement in Late-Victorian and Edwardian England by Tom Crook

Support/Surface or Sculpture/Craft: Considering Barbara Hepworth and Bernard Leach by Penelope Curtis

“Traditional—with Contemporary Form”: Craft and Discourses of Modernity in Slovakia Today by Nicolette Makovicky

Queerly Made: Harmony Hammond’s Floorpieces by Julia Bryan-Wilson
Primary Text

The Designer, the Craftsman and the Manufacturer by David Queensberry
Statement of Practice

The Fiction of Form by Alison Britton


Des Wahnsinns fette Beute—Schmuck an der Akademie der Bildende Künste München: Die Klasse Künzli By Liesbeth den Besten

M. Lee Fatherree’s Photography: Evidence of the Artist at Work by Meredith Tromble

Book Reviews

Foreign Bodies by James R. Beighton

Thinking through Craft by Love Jönsson

The Silk Weavers of Kyoto: Family and Work in a Changing Traditional Industry by Morgan Pitelka

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