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Archipelago Contents




Frank McGuinness : Andy Warhol Says A Mass


Kevin McFadden : Anticism!


Isabel Fargo Cole and Hermann Ungar : Two Stories

Ungar tr. from the German by Isabel Fargo Cole


Beatrix Ost : My Father’s House

tr. from the German by Jonathan McVity with the Author


Katherine E. Young : Bright Nostalgia: for Mandelstam


Lucy Gray : Big Tilda / Greil Marcus : Playlist


Laurie Calhoun : The Irrevocable Consequences of Cruelty


Rodney Nelson : Two Poems


Tracy Robinson : Open Your Eyes, Red!


Sasha Chernyi : Seven Russian Poems

technology and democracy

Jeffrey H. Matsuura : Thomas Jefferson and Intellectual Property Law

a study in peace-making

Helena Cobban : Amnesty After Atrocity?

sacred poetry

Rumi : Ghazals and Ruba’is

tr. from the Persian by Iraj Anvar and Anne Twitty


Katherine McNamara : The Sea in Which They Are Found in Number

cover painting by Bridget Flannery

A Statement in Support of Open and Free Discussion about U.S. and Israeli Foreign Policy and Against Suppression of Speech.


Sarah Arvio, A Reading from Sono, April 1, 2006

The Virtuous Republic, A Civic Conversation,”
Virginia Festival of the Book, March 2006, with Mark McGarvie and Barbara Smith;
Katherine McNamara, moderator.

Race in America,”
Virginia Festival of the Book, March 2006, with Nick Kotz and Cheryll Cashin;
Faith Childs, moderator.

podcasts hosted by the Charlottesville Podcasting Network

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Letter to the Editor next page
Cover next page

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We encourage Readers to download and distribute this journal in our Download edition, a pdf file which can be saved, printed or read offline. Instructions and access to the free Adobe Acrobat Reader appear on the Download page. Previous issues are available. Individual articles can be accessed via the Archive. Subscription by e-mail is available through our web site.

The series of conversations about Schocken Books is made possible by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy. See also: Katherine McNamara, Institutional Memory and the Promise of Electronic Publishing.

Archipelago would like to acknowledge with gratitude financial support from the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy, Proiseact nan Ealan / The Gaelic Arts Agency, and Iomairt Cholmcille / The Columba Initiative for the production of our installation of The Great Book of Gaelic / An Leabhar Mòr.



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