Judith McWillie


    As both insiders and outsiders, [diviner] consultants have greater freedom and viability in giving advice on problems in the community, but they also must walk a fine and difficult line in maintaining two conflicting identities. As both alienist and annunciator, the consultant stands at once at the center and the periphery of the society—the outsider who is the ultimate insider.
    —Rudolph Blier, 1991

    The culture of particular form is approaching its end. The culture of determined relations has begun.
    —Piet Mondrian, 1937

    THE LATE 1980s was a period of unprecedented growth for institutions