Special issue of RES: Anthropology and Aesthetics 69–70 Spring/Autumn 2018, co-edited with Maria Stavrinaki.
Maria Stavrinaki and Stefanos Geroulanos – Editorial
Nasser Zakariya - Scenes before Grey Antiquity
Maria Stavrinaki - “We Escape Ourselves”: The Invention and Interiorization of the Age of the Earth in the Nineteenth Century
Christophe Bouton - Dealing with Deep Time: The Issue of Ancestrality from Kant to Hegel
Catherine Perret - Garder la main: For a Paleontology of Gesture
Sophia Roosth - Turning to Stone: Fossil Hunting and Coeval Estrangement in Montana
François Bon - The Division and Discord of Prehistoric Chronologies
Jeremy K. Lin - Interpreting the “Documents of Language”: Linguistic Reconstruction as an Approach to Prehistoric Culture
Juan José Lahuerta - Signs of Prehistory in the Artistic Economy of L’Esprit Nouveau
Michael Kunichika - The Cave Paintings of Kapova: Toward a Socialist Map of Prehistory
Stefanos Geroulanos - Polyschematic Prehistory and its Salience for Political Myth: Internationalism and Racism between the Abbé Breuil and Jan Smuts
Jacob Krell - Genealogies of Technology and Prehistory in France: The “Atomic Age”
Larisa Dryansky - Paleocybernetics: Technology and the Prehistoric Imaginary in American Art of the 1960s and 1970s
Niels Henriksen - Prehistoric Techniques for Modern Painting: Asger Jorn’s Archaeological Picture Books
Rémi Labrusse - The End of the Neolithic?
Pamela M. Lee - Digital
Forthcoming in a few months—until which time, here are two gorgeous older covers of this amazing journal. It's really been a privilege to edit a special issue.