The third issue of CONTRARIWISE arrived on February 22, 2016. The editors-in-chief opened the first box, in accordance with tradition and eagerness.
Here are the authors of "Music: Stability and Change," which won second place in the CONTRARIWISE International Contest. From left to right: Chiara Milzi, Federica Milzi, Giulia Cattabriga, Davide Manduchi, Chiara Fabbri, Tommaso Tabanelli, Riccardo Cesari, Christian Angolano, Luca Cambiuzzi, and Michele Biavati (Scuola Secondaria Andrea Costa in Imola, Italy). Congratulations to all!
On June 29, at the PLATO Conference in Seattle, Ron Gunczler (left) and Nicholas Pape (upper right corner of screen) presented their paper "The Philosophical Relevance of Rhinocerotidae." Kelly Clevenson helped with technology and handouts. Thanks to Mark Balawender, PLATO's communications director, for the photo!
At the PLATO Conference in Seattle (June 29-30). From left to right: Professor Alessia Marabini (from Imola, Italy), Professor Diana Senechal, Ron Gunczler, and Kelly Clevenson.
Memphis Washington and Anna Okounkova performing Grace Eder's contest-winning piece "Plate's Republic" at the Bowery Poetry Club, May 17, 2015.
Editors-in-chief Nicholas Pape and Ron Gunczler at the CONTRARIWISE celebration on May 18, 2014. This photo appears in the PLATO interview with the editors-in-chief and two contributors.
Nicholas Pape, Sofia Arnold, and Ron Gunczler conduct an "empirical Shakespearean experiment" at the CONTRARIWISE celebration on May 18, 2014. This photo appears in the PLATO interview with the editors-in-chief and two contributors.