Tag Archives: November/December 2022

Views: Architecture Today Magazine – Nov/Dec 2022

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Architecture Today – November-December 2022:

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Isabel Allen’s Editorial for AT322 discusses how the Architecture Today Awards subverted the traditional role of the crit, transforming it into powerful tool for judging the merits and performance of buildings that already exist.

Buildings.

A sharp, trapezoidal marquee hoisted on spindly pilot is points the way towards the primary pedestrian entrance on the long eastern front.

Homes & Design: Dwell Magazine – Nov/Dec 2022

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Dwell – November / December 2022 issue:

What Will the Neighbors Think: Fearless American Homes

  • Setting the Table: Our Guide to Hosting a Well-Designed Dinner Party
  • Starter Homes: A Pink House in Indiana Proves They’re Still Possible
Six American Designers Share Their Inspiring New Takes on a Dream Dinner Party

Six American Designers Share Their Inspiring New Takes on a Dream Dinner Party

We can all get stuck in a rut. This holiday season, break out of yours.

New Initiatives and Leaders Are Bringing Power and Profits to America’s Crafting Communities

New Initiatives and Leaders Are Bringing Power and Profits to America’s Crafting Communities

Geechee basketmakers, Gee’s Bend quilters, and Native American artisans are developing ways of navigating markets that have not always had their best interests at heart.

A Composer and Fashion Designer Add an Inspiring Creative Space to Their Los Angeles Backyard

A Composer and Fashion Designer Add an Inspiring Creative Space to Their Los Angeles Backyard

The two-level ADU is decked out with a light-filled recording studio for him, and for her, a luminous design space with soaring ceilings and sliding glass doors.

Covers: World Literature Today – Nov/Dec 2022

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November/December2022

In a wide-ranging conversation that headlines World Literature Today’s November issue, we celebrate Ada Limón being named the 24th Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress.

Singing Back to the World: A Conversation with US Poet Laureate Ada Limón

by Chard deNiord

With your latest passport to great reading, the editors are also excited to launch an ambitious new editorial initiative to offer a greater number of shorter pieces to help further diversify the magazine’s coverage and facilitate reader engagement from a wider variety of cultural angles. Through literature, music, film, food, and art, WLT is finding more ways than ever to connect you to the global cultural landscape of the 21st century.

Previews: Foreign Affairs Magazine – Nov/Dec 2022

November/December 2022

Inside Foreign Affairs November/December 2022 issue:

The World According to Xi Jinping

What China’s Ideologue in Chief Really Believes

Russia’s Dangerous Decline

The Kremlin Won’t Go Down Without a Fight

The Sources of Russian Misconduct

A Diplomat Defects From the Kremlin

Cover Preview: Harvard Magazine – Nov/Dec 2022

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Justice Elena Kagan, in Dissent

Ebbing trust in the Supreme Court, and what to do about it

The Off-Kilter Economy

Reckoning with inflation and its remedies

Energy-Saving, Low-Cost Air Conditioning

Two new technologies could provide an eco-friendly cooling solution.

Views: American Scientist Magazine – Nov/Dec 2022

Current Issue

Ukrainian Scientists and Educators in Wartime

Following Russia’s invasion on February 24, the lives of scientists in Ukraine, like those of everyone else in the country, were upended. Russia has targeted educational and research institutions, destroying 285 buildings and damaging 2,528, according to the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.

The Art of Turbulence

Despite enormous efforts, physicists are still struggling to create a complete theory of turbulent flows. Perhaps they need a change of perspective.

The Push and Pull of Friction

Forces involved in everyday activities become so familiar that we overlook how complicated they can be.

Cover Preview: Scotland Magazine – Nov/Dec 2022

Sally Coffey takes a private cruise on the Isle of Skye cruise to discover secret anchorages, undisturbed wildlife, and to hear tales of long ago

Our skippers spot it first: a dark lump on the horizon. There’s a scramble as a second pair of binoculars is found and shared around, each of us careful not to take our eyes off the distant point while we wait our turn. Silence as we stand on the ship’s foredeck staring determinedly at the sea, hoping it wasn’t an illusion. And then we see it – the sleek arc of a minke whale’s back and a hint of its dorsal fin.

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Previews: Archaeology Magazine – Nov/Dec 2022

Priestess, Poet, Politician

4,000 years ago, the world’s first author composed verses that helped forge the Akkadian Empire

Mexico’s Butterfly Warriors

The annual monarch migration may have been a sacred event for the people of Mesoamerica

A Tale of Two Abbeys

How entrepreneurial monks shaped the landscape of medieval England

Bronze Age Urban Experiment

Archaeologists debate who ruled the cities of the ancient Indus Valley

Magical Mystery Door

An investigation of an Egyptian sacred portal reveals a history of renovation and deception