March 2015 • Table of Contents


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The sky as an inverted bowl, a vast concavity beneath which life plays out moments of triumph, pathos, and the prosaic alike, is an ancient metaphor that is as useful to reflection on the multiple functions of pottery as it is to characterization of human conceptions of space and the events unfolding within it. For Julia Galloway the metaphor has been especially productive. Read More


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