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사진의 비밀 / 윤현수 지음
윤현수, photographer. author
Sŏul : Nunbitch'ulp'ansa, 2010
Baker Berry Korea TR145 .Y85 2010

Zanele Muholi : somnyama ngonyama = hail the dark lioness
Muholi, Zanele, photographer,
New York, N.Y. : Aperture, 2018
"Zanele Muholi: Somnyama Ngonyama, Hail the Dark Lioness includes one hundred self-portraits created by one of the most powerful visual activists of our time. In each of the images, Muholi drafts material props from her immediate environment in an effort to reject her journey, explore her own image and possibilities as a black woman in today's global society, and--most important--to speak emphatically in response to contemporary and historical racisms. As she states, "I am producing this photographic document to encourage people to be brave enough to occupy spaces, brave enough to create without fear of being vilified... To teach people about our history, to re-think what history is all about, to re-claim it for ourselves, to encourage people to use artistic tools such as cameras as weapons to fight back." More than twenty curators, poets, and authors offer written contributions that draw out the layers of meaning and possible readings to accompany select images. Powerfully arresting, this collection is as much a manifesto of resistance as it is an autobiographical, artistic statement."--Amazon.com.
Sherman Oversize TR680 .M84 2018

Systems engineering with SysML/UML : modeling, analysis, design
Weilkiens, Tim
Amsterdam ; Morgan Kaufmann OMG Press/Elsevier, ©2007
Ch. 1. Introduction -- Ch. 2. Pragmatic SYSMOD Approach -- Ch. 3. UML -- Unified Modeling Language -- Ch. 4. SysML -- The Systems Modeling Language -- Ch. 5. Systems Engineering Profile -- SYSMOD.
On Reserve at Feldberg TA168 .W43413 2007

事典和菓子の世界 / 中山圭子
中山圭子, author
Tōkyō : Iwanami Shoten, 2018
Baker Berry Japan TX783 .N35 2018

World distribution of uranium deposits (UDEPO)
Vienna : International Atomic Energy Agency, 2018
"The World Distribution of Uranium Deposits (UDEPO) is a database on technical, geographical and geological characteristics of worldwide uranium deposits. This publication presents and describes modifications made since 2009. It presents a preliminary statistical and tabular analysis of the data for the first time, with a view to ensuring that the data is robust enough to serve as a basis for more sophisticated analysis in the future. This is supported by a detailed explanation of the structure of the database to better understand the nature of the data as a form of metadata. Furthermore, some basic graphical representations of the statistical and spatial distribution of the database is presented for the first time."--Publisher's description.
Kresge TN490.U7 W673 2018

War, myth, desire : David Levinthal
Hostetler, Lisa, 1971- author
Rochester, New York : George Eastman Museum ; [2018]
The Art of David Levinthal : Photography, History, and the Modern American Psyche / by Lisa Hostetler -- Enacting Cultural Memory : David Levinthal and Contemporary Art / by Joanna Marsh -- David Levinthal : A Retrospective / Commentary by Dave Hickey.

"A retrospective publication of artist David Levinthal, whose photographs examine the relationship between American popular imagery and personal fantasy in the contexts of romance, sex, war, history, sports, space, and social stereotypes"--
Sherman TR647 .L4695 2018

Threads of global desire : silk in the pre-modern world
edited by Dagmar Schafer, Giorgio Riello and Luca Molà
Woodbridge : The Boydell Press, 2018
Silk has long been a global commodity that, because of its exceptional qualities, high value and relative portability, came to be traded over very long distances. Similarly, the silk industry - from sericulture to the weaving of cloth - was one of the most important fields of production in the medieval and early modern world. The production and consumption of silks spread from China to Japan and Korea and travelled westward as far as India, Persia and the Byzantine Empire, Europe, Africa and the Americas. As contributors to this book demonstrate, in this process of diffusion silk fostered technological innovation and allowed new forms of organization of labour to emerge. Its consumption constantly reshaped social hierarchies, gender roles, aesthetic and visual cultures, as well as rituals and representations of power. 'Threads of Global Desire' is the first attempt at considering a global history of silk in the pre-modern era. The book examines the role of silk production and use in various cultures and its relation to everyday and regulatory practices. It considers silk as a major force of cross cultural interaction through technological exchange and trade in finished and semi-finished goods. Silks mediated design and a taste for luxuries and were part of gifting practices in diplomatic and private contexts. Silk manufacturing also fostered the circulation of skilled craftsmen, connecting different centres and regions across continents and linking the countryside to urban production.
Baker Berry TS1651 .T47 2018

David LaChapelle : lost + found
LaChapelle, David, photographer
Köln : Taschen, [2017]
"Lost + Found, Part I is a visual recording of the times we live in and the issues we face, expressed through David LaChapelle's unique and distinctive vision. Featuring a monumental curation of images that have never before been published in book form, it chronicles LaChapelle's strongest images as a visionary to date while encapsulating our time in history. Lost + Found, Part I features: Pamela Anderson, Julian Assange, Isabella Blow, David Bowie, Naomi Campbell, Hillary Clinton, Frances Bean Cobain, Miley Cyrus, Lana Del Rey, Lady Gaga. Sharon Gault, Daphne Guinness, Whitney Houston, Kris Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Bruce Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Dwayne Johnson, Khloe Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Eartha Kitt, David LaChapelle, Amanda Lepore, Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, Sergei Polunin, Keith Richards, Rihanna, Chris Rock, Amber Rose, Britney Spears, Uma Thurman, Andy Warhol, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Amy Winehouse, and many others..."--
Sherman Oversize TR655 .L333 2017

Walter Chandoha : the cat photographer
Chandoha, Walter, artist
New York : Aperture, 2015
Within the genre of commercial animal photography, Walter Chandoha is a master. This book offers an insight into the career of this commercial photographer who carved out his own niche within the field.
Sherman TR729.C3 C52 2015

A dream of the future : race, empire, and modernity at the Atlanta and Nashville world's fairs
Cardon, Nathan, 1982- author
New York, NY, United States of America : Oxford University Press, [2018]
A New South vision -- The Negro buildings -- New women, New South -- Exhibiting a New South empire -- Conclusion: the 1907 Jamestown Ter-Centennial: a dream or nightmare of the future?

"'A Dream of the Future: Race, Empire, and Modernity at the Atlanta and Nashville World's Fairs' examines how southerners at the end of the nineteenth century worked through the major questions facing a nation undergoing profound change. In an age of empire and industry, southerners grappled with what it meant to be modern. At the 1895 Cotton States and International Exposition held in Atlanta and the 1897 Tennessee Centennial Exposition held in Nashville, they attempted to understand how their region could be industrial and imperial on its own terms. On a local, national, and global stage, African Americans, New South boosters, New Women, and Civil War veterans presented their dreams of the future. They aimed to prove to the world how rapidly the South had embraced and built, in the words of Henry Grady in 1890, 'from pitiful resources a great and expanding empire.' The Atlanta and Nashville world's fairs were spaces in which southerners presented themselves as modern and imperial citizens ready to spread the South's culture and racial politics across the globe. This work connects the South to a global conversation in the late nineteenth century over how to include peoples deemed fit for labor but unfit for citizenship"--
Baker Berry T395.5.U6 C37 2018

Loulou & Yves : the untold story of Loulou de la Falaise and the House of Saint Laurent
Petkanas, Christopher, author
New York : St. Martin's Press, 2018
Sir Oswald and Lady Birley -- A tribe called Falaise -- Rogue countess -- Les miserables -- A precocious itinerary : East Sussex to Gstaad, New York to Provence -- The Knight of Glin -- She's married to a fairy, so what's her problem? -- Donald Cammell, sex addict -- Hippie De Luxe Londonienne -- The years between, 1968-1972 -- Loulou & Yves -- Anne-Marie Munoz, Mater Dolorosa -- Thadee or Ricardo? -- Glue-gunning ahead of the curve -- Stop press -- Wedding of the decade -- La vie en couple -- Bijoux de fantaisie -- Les clans -- Muse? -- The Fiat guy -- Les girls Saint Laurent -- Lady Libertine -- Slogging through the '90s -- Ain't Laurent without Yves -- Loulou, Inc. -- Final stretch -- In extremis -- The second death of Saint Laurent -- Afterlife.

"Dauntless 'in the bone style' made Loulou de La Falaise one of the great fashion firebrands of the twentieth century. Descending in a direct line from Coco Chanel and Elsa Schiaparelli, she was celebrated at her death in 2011, aged just sixty-four, as the 'highest of haute bohemia, ' a feckless adventuress in the art of living--and the one person Yves Saint Laurent could not live without ... [She] was his creative right hand, muse, alter ego, and the virtuoso behind all the ... accessories that were a crucial component of the YSL 'look'"--Amazon.com.
Sherman TT505.A1 P47 2018

Mechanical behavior of materials : engineering methods for deformation, fracture, and fatigue
Dowling, Norman E., 1945- author
Hoboken, NJ : Pearson Education, Inc., [2019]
Feldberg TA404.8 .D68 2019

National Geographic atlas of beer : a globe-trotting journey through the world of beer
Hoalst-Pullen, Nancy, author
Washington, D.C. : National Geographic, [2017]
Europe -- North America -- South America -- Asia -- Australia & Oceania -- Africa.

This illustrated beer atlas includes more beers and more countries than many books of its kind. Includes beer recommendations from Garrett Oliver, the renowned brewmaster of Brooklyn Brewery, and written by "beer geographers" Nancy Hoalst-Pullen and Mark Patterson, this guide features more than 100 maps and 200 color photos. You'll find beer history, trends, and tasting across six continents (and how to order a beer in 14 languages!). Travel tips include the best breweries, beer festivals, and pubs in each location.
Baker Berry TP577 .H64 2017

The London restaurant, 1840-1914
Assael, Brenda, 1967- author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
This is the first scholarly treatment of the history of public eating in London in the Victorian and Edwardian eras. The restaurant played host to many of the most significant societal changes to occur in this period: technological advances, health regulations, changing gender roles, immigration, and the multicultural dimension to London life.
Baker Berry TX907.5.G72 A87 2018

Kosher and halal business compliance
Lever, John author
London ; Routledge, 2019
Kosher is a Hebrew term meaning 'fit' or 'proper' and halal is an Arabic word that literally means 'permissible' or 'lawful'. Within the last two decades or so, kosher and halal markets have become global in scope and states, manufacturers, restaurants, shops, certifiers and consumers around the world are faced with ever stricter and more complex requirements - most clearly exemplified by Muslim and Jewish groups' call for kosher and halal certification by third party certification bodies. During this period hundreds of kosher and halal certifiers have emerged around the world, and while thousands of manufacturers, restaurants and shops have been certified, the majority have not. Kosher and halal requirements are comparable, but there are also many differences and the book discusses how these similarities and differences affect production, trade and regulation around the world. The authors research demonstrates that there is a need to address kosher and halal markets simultaneously and answers the question "what characterizes global kosher and halal markets and how can businesses comply with the rising demands and requirements that have emerged?" This is the only book of its kind and it will appeal to manufacturing companies, restaurants and shops that already are or want to be kosher/halal certified. The book can also be assigned in a variety of upper-level undergraduate courses and graduate seminars in business studies, management and marketing. Moreover, the book will be of interest to readers in the natural sciences (for example, food scientists) and outside academia, that is, to state as well as non-state kosher/halal certification bodies, policy makers, interest groups and consultants. Kosher and Halal Business Compliance is accessible in style, global in scope and based on decades of research.
Baker Berry TP370.5 .L484 2019

And time folds
Winship, Vanessa, photographer
London : MACK, 2018
And Time Folds' accompanies a retrospective exhibition of the British photographer Vanessa Winship at the Barbican Art Gallery, London. At once intimate and epic, Winship's black-and-white photographs explore notions of borders, land, memory, desire and history. This volume comprises photographs from seven series, including projects made during a decade living in the region of the Balkans, Turkey and the Caucasus; as well as work made in Georgia, North America and the U.K. Winship has long been concerned with the elusive nature of transience in our landscape and society, and her oeuvre moves sure-footedly between genres reportage, documentary, portraiture and landscape. Alongside her luminous photographs, And Time Folds brings together personal archival material that reveals Winship's thought process, working methods, and the importance of the written word, as well as an extensive essay by the renowned photography historian David Chandler, proffering a multi-faceted view of her work and artistic trajectory. Exhibition: Barbican Art Gallery, London, UK (22.06. - 02.09.2018)
Sherman TR647 .W5616 2018

CRC handbook of thermal engineering
edited by Raj P. Chhabra
Boca Raton : CRC Press, [2018]
Chapter 1: Engineering Thermodynamics -- 1.1 Fundamentals / Michael J. Moran -- 1.2 Control Volume Applications / Michael J. Moran -- 1.3 Property Relations and Data / Michael J. Moran -- 1.4 Combustion / Michael J. Moran -- 1.5 Exergy Analysis / Michael J. Moran -- 1.6 Vapor and Gas Power Cycles / Michael J. Moran -- 1.7 Guidelines for Improving Thermodynamic Effectiveness / Michael J. Moran -- 1.8 Exergoeconomics / George Tsatsaronis -- 1.9 Design Optimization / George Tsatsaronis -- 1.10 Economic Analysis of Thermal Systems / George Tsatsaronis -- 1.11 Exergoenvironmental Analysis / George Tsatsaronis -- 1.12 Advanced Exergy-Based Methods / George Tsatsaronis -- Chapter 2: Fluid Mechanics -- 2.1 Fluid Statics / Stanley A. Berger -- 2.2 Equations of Motion and Potential Flow / Stanley A. Berger -- 2.3 Similitude: Dimensional Analysis and Data Correlation / Stuart W. Churchill -- 2.4 Hydraulics of Pipe Systems / J. Paul Tullis and Blake Paul Tullis -- 2.5 Open Channel Flow / Frank M. White -- 2.6 External Incompressible Flows / John C. Leylegian -- 2.7 Compressible Flow / John C. Leylegian -- 2.8 Multiphase Flow / John C. Chen -- 2.9 Non-Newtonian Flows / Anoop K. Gupta, Raj P. Chhabra, Thomas F. Irvine, Jr., and Massimo Capobianchi -- Chapter 3: Heat and Mass Transfer -- 3.1 Conduction Heat Transfer / Robert F. Boehm -- 3.2 Convection Heat Transfer -- 3.2.1 Natural Convection / Swati A. Patel, Raj P. Chhabra, George D. Raithby, and K.G. Terry Hollands -- 3.2.2 Forced Convection: External Flows / Anoop K. Gupta, Raj P. Chhabra, and N.V. Suryanarayana -- 3.2.3 Forced Convection: Internal Flows / Anoop K. Gupta, Raj P. Chhabra, and N.V. Suryanarayana -- 3.2.4 Convection Heat Transfer in Non-Newtonian Fluids / Swati A. Patel, Raj P. Chhabra, Thomas F. Irvine, Jr., and Massimo Capobianchi -- 3.3 Radiative Heat Transfer / Michael F. Modest -- 3.4 Phase-Change -- 3.4.1 Boiling and Condensation / Van P. Carey -- 3.4.2 Particle Gas Convection / John C. Chen -- 3.4.3 Melting and Freezing / Vasilios Alexiades and Jan Kośny -- 3.5 Mass Transfer / Anthony F. Mills -- Chapter 4: Applications -- 4.1 Heat Exchangers for the Process and Energy Industries / Joshua D. Ramsey, Ken Bell, and Ramesh K. Shah -- 4.2 Application of Nanofluids in Heat Exchangers: Performance and Challenges / Bengt Sunden and Zan Wu -- 4.3 Convection Heat Transfer in Conduits with Nanofluids / Clement Kleinstreuer and Zelin Xu -- 4.4 Fouling in Crude Oil and Food Related Heat-Transfer Equipment / D. Ian Wilson and Graham T. Polley -- 4.5 Bioheat Transfer / John A. Pearce, Kenneth R. Diller, and Jonathan W. Valvano -- 4.6 Thermal Insulation / David W. Yarbrough -- 4.7 Energy Audit for Buildings / Moncef Krarti -- 4.8 Advanced Energy-Efficient Building Envelope Systems / Moncef Krarti and John Zhai -- 4.9 Use of Phase Change Materials in Buildings / Jan Kośny and David W. Yarbrough -- 4.10 Thermal Bridges in Building Structures / Jan Kośny and David W. Yarbrough -- 4.11 Compressors / Christian K. Bach, Ian H. Bell, Craig R. Bradshaw, Eckhard A. Groll, Abhinav Krishna, Orkan Kurtulus, Margaret M. Mathison, Bryce Shaffer, Bin Yang, Xinye Zhang, and Davide Ziviani -- 4.12 Pumps and Fans / Robert F. Boehm -- 4.13 Cooling Towers / Anthony F. Mills -- 4.14 Pinch Technology / Santanu Bandyopadhyay and Shankar Narasimhan -- 4.15 Air-Conditioning Systems / Donald L. Fenton -- 4.16 Heat Transfer Enhancement / Raj M. Manglik -- 4.17 Heat Pipes / Sameer Khandekar -- 4.18 Liquid Atomization and Spraying / Mario F. Trujillo and Rolf D. Reitz -- 4.19 Heat Transfer in Plasma Sprays / Milind A. Jog -- 4.20 Thermal Processing and Preservation of Foods / Prabhat Kumar and K.P. Sandeep -- 4.21 Thermal Conduction in Electronic Microstructures and Nanostructures / Sanjiv Sinha, Krishna Valavala and Jun Ma -- 4.22 Role of Cooling in Electronics Reliability / Pradeep Lall -- 4.23 Direct Contact Heat Transfer / Harold R. Jacobs -- 4.24 Heat Transfer in Presence of Synthetic Jets / Mangesh Chaudhari and Amit Agrawal -- 4.25 Temperature and Heat Transfer Measurements / Robert J. Moffat and Tadhg O'Donovan -- 4.26 Flow Measurement / Jungho Kim, S.A. Sherif, and Alan T. McDonald -- 4.27 Applications of Artificial Neural Networks and Genetic Methods in Thermal Engineering / Arturo Pacheco-Vega, Gerardo Diaz, Mihir Sen, and K.T. Yang -- 4.28 Thermal Aspects of Paper Making / Martine Rueff and Evelyne Mauret -- 4.29 Drying of Materials / Pawel Wawrzyniak, Ireneusz Zbicinski, and Mariia Sobulska -- 4.30 Heat Transfer in Rotary Kilns / P.S. Ghoshdastidar -- 4.31 Heat Transfer in Glass Manufacturing Processes / Naveen Tiwari and Rajappa Tadepalli -- 4.32 Solar Hydrogen as a "Renewable Reductant": Points and Counterpoints / Raj Ganesh S. Pala -- 4.33 Passive and Active Solar Distillation / Desh Bandhu Singh and G.N. Tiwari -- Chapter 5: Numerical Methods and Computational Tools -- 5.1 Computer Aided Engineering / Atul Sharma -- 5.2 Finite Difference Methods / Atul Sharma -- 5.3 Finite Volume Method / Atul Sharma -- 5.4 Finite Element Method / Salil S. Kulkarni -- 5.5 Lattice Boltzmann Method / K. Hrisheekesh and Amit Agrawal -- 5.6 Immersed Boundary Method for Fluid-Structure Interaction Simulations / Rajneesh Bhardwaj and Atul Sharma -- 5.7 Numerical Methods for Multiphase Flows / Shyamprasad Karagadde and Atul Sharma -- 5.8 Large Eddy Simulation for Wall-Bounded Flows / Amitabh Bhattacharya -- 5.9 Software and Computer Codes / Atul Sharma -- Appendix A: Properties of Gases and Vapors / Paul Norton -- Appendix B: Properties of Liquids -- Appendix C: Properties of Solids -- Appendix D: SI Units and Conversion Factors.
Feldberg TJ260 .C69 2018

The (Un)becomings of photography : on reaggregating and reassembling the photographic and its institutions
edited by Lars Willumeit
Kraków : Foundation for Visual Arts, 2016
Baker Berry TR646.P72 K738 2016

Sugar : the world corrupted: from slavery to obesity
Walvin, James, author
New York ; Pegasus Books, [2018]
Introduction: Sugar in our time -- A traditional taste -- The march of decay -- Sugar and slavery -- Environmental impact -- Shopping for sugar -- A perfect match for tea and coffee -- Pandering to the palate -- Rum makes its mark -- Sugar goes global -- The sweetening of America -- Power shifts in the New World -- A sweeter war and peace -- Obesity matters -- The way we eat now -- Hard truth about soft drinks -- Turning the tide--beyond the sugar tax -- Conclusion: Bitter-sweet prospects.

How did a simple commodity, once the prized monopoly of kings and princes, become an essential ingredient in the lives of millions, before mutating yet again into the cause of a global health epidemic? Prior to 1600, sugar was a costly luxury, the domain of the rich. But with the rise of the sugar colonies in the New World over the following century, sugar became cheap, ubiquitous and an everyday necessity. Less than fifty years ago, few people suggested that sugar posed a global health problem. And yet today, sugar is regularly denounced as a dangerous addiction, on a par with tobacco. . . . Acclaimed historian James Walvin looks at the history of our collective sweet tooth, beginning with the sugar grown by enslaved people who had been uprooted and shipped vast distances to undertake the grueling labor on plantations. The combination of sugar and slavery would transform the tastes of the Western world"--dust jacket.
Baker Berry TX560.S9 W35 2018

Fotografien aus Wien
Oberdanner, Annelies, 1961-
Salzburg : Fotohof Edition, 2001
Sherman TR647.O23 A4 2001x

Lewis Hine : photographer and American progressive
Duerden, Timothy J., 1961- author
Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, [2018]
Part One -- 1. The Early Years, 1874-1900: Cairo, the "Sawdust City" and Chicago -- 2. New York City, 1901-1909: Progressivism, Ethical Culture and Ellis Island -- Part Two -- 3. "Sociological Photography," 1905-1910: Child Labor and the Pittsburgh Survey -- 4. Lewis Hine: Progressive 1910-1918 -- 5. World War I and the 1920s -- Part Three -- 6. The Empire State Building, 1930-1931: "Sky Boy" -- 7. The Hine Family "Jeremiad": The 1930s -- 8. "Rehabilitation," 1938-1940: Hine's New Fame.

"Drawing on a range of sources, including information from surviving family members, this first full-length illustrated biography presents a detailed and personal portrait of the sociologist and photographer whose haunting images of children at work in cotton mills and coal mines sparked the movement to end child labor, culminating with the Fair Labor Standards Act of 1938"--
Sherman TR140.H52 D84 2018

Кино-фот : журнал кинематографии и фотографии
Moskva : Assot︠s︡iat︠s︡ii︠a︡ revoli︠u︡t︠s︡ionnoĭ kinematografii
The legendary Russian cinema and photographic art journal, the core of Gan-Rodchenko-Stepanova collaboration, published in 1922-1923. Issues illustrated throughout with typographic designs and photos of the abstract compositions by Rodchenko; articles by Kuleshov, Dziga Vertov and N. Bernstein, numerous letterpress designs. All advertisements are also designed in dynamic black and red Constructivist style. Photography and cinema were both still very new and exciting for a new emerging audience. Photomontage pictures, avant-garde layouts, unusual types and all other elements put the Kino-fot journal on the very edge of design and influenced the creative flow of 1920s.

California captured : mid-century modern architecture : Marvin Rand
Bills, Emily, author
London : Phaidon Press Limited ; [2018]
Los Angeles photographer Marvin Rand created iconic images of some of the most celebrated architectural creations of his time, photographing buildings by the likes of Modernist masters Craig Ellwood, Louis Kahn, and Frank Lloyd Wright to capture the essence of their work - and, in doing so, played a critical role in shaping the Mid-Century California style now worshiped the world over. The discovery of Rand's archive has brought a treasure trove to life, and California Captured showcases it - and the period - as never before.
Sherman TR659 .R3395 2018

Engendering an avant-garde : the unsettled landscapes of Vancouver photo-conceptualism
Modigliani, Leah, author
Manchester : Manchester University Press, [2018]
Jeff Wall's Picture for Women (1979) and The Destroyed Room (1978): colonizing the space of gendered discourse -- Emily Carr and the legacy of Commonwealth modernism -- Myth and the 'home culture concept' -- Establishing the theory and practice of a defeatured landscape -- 1970s and the gendered spaces of the counter tradition -- Feminist theoretical and visual challenges to modernist representation -- Conclusion.

"Engendering an avant-garde is the first book to comprehensively examine the origins of Vancouver photo-conceptualism in its regional context between 1968 and 1990. Employing discourse analysis of texts written by and about artists, feminist critique and settler-colonial theory, the book discusses the historical transition from artists' creation of 'defeatured landscapes' between 1968-71 to their cinematographic photographs of the late 1970s and the backlash against such work by other artists in the late 1980s. It is the first study to provide a structural account for why the group remains all-male. It accomplishes this by demonstrating that the importation of a European discourse of avant-garde activity, which assumed masculine social privilege and public activity, effectively excluded women artists from membership."--
Sherman TR187 .M63 2018

Energy management handbook
Roosa, Stephen A., 1952- author
Lilburn, GA: The Fairmont Press, Inc., [2018]
Feldberg TJ163.2 .T87 2018

Thompson, Kara, author
New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, 2019
Baker Berry TX315 .T46 2019

Deana Lawson
essay by Zadie Smith ; interview by Arthur Jafa
New York, NY : Aperture, 2018
Through the portal : locating the magnificent / Zadie Smith -- Plates -- The direct gaze : Deana Lawson in conversation with Arthur Jafa.

One of the most intriguing photographers of her generation, Deana Lawson's subject is black expressive culture and her canvas is the African Diaspora. Over the last ten years, she has created a striking visual language to describe black identities, through figurative portraiture and social documentary accounts of ceremonies and rituals. Lawson works with large-format cameras and models she meets in the United States and on travels in the Caribbean and Africa to construct arresting, highly structured, and deliberately theatrical scenes animated by an exquisite range of color and attention to surprising details: bedding and furniture in domestic interiors or lush plants in Edenic gardens. The body-often nude-is central. Throughout her work, Lawson seeks to portray the personal and the powerful in black life. 'Deana Lawson: An Aperture Monograph' features forty-five beautifully reproduced photographs and an extensive interview with the filmmaker Arthur Jafa.
Sherman Oversize TR681.B52 D43 2017

UAS Facility Maps
Washington, D.C. : Federal Aviation Administration, [2017-]
UAS Facility Maps show the maximum altitudes around airports where the FAA may authorize part 107 UAS operations without additional safety analysis. The maps should be used to inform requests for part 107 airspace authorizations and waivers in controlled airspace.

Las políticas alimentarias y nutricionales en Colombia y América Latina : historia, contexto y desafíos
Lorena Patricia Mancilla López, Luz Stella Alvarez Castaño, Elsury Johanna Pérez Isaza, editoras
Medellín, Colombia : Editorial Universidad de Antioquia, 2016
Baker Berry TX360.C7 P655 2016

The indigenous lens? : early photography in the Near and Middle East
edited by Markus Ritter and Staci G. Scheiwiller
Berlin ; De Gruyter, [2018]
Introduction: Early photography in the Near and Middle East and the notion of an "indigenous lens" / Markus Ritter and Staci G. Scheiwiller -- Histories. The search for an Ottoman vernacular photography / Edhem Eldem -- Photography during the Qajar Era, 1842-1925 / Mohammadreza Tahmasbpour, translated by Reza Sheikh -- Biographies. Geographies traced and histories told : photographic documentation of land and people by 'Abdollah Mirza Qajar, 1880s-1890s / Elahe Helbig -- Early photography of the holy sites of Islam in the Arabian Peninsula / Claude W. Sui -- Relocating Sevruguin : contextualizing the political climate of the Iranian photographer Antoin Sevruguin (c. 1851-1933) / Staci G. Scheiwiller -- Practices. The Ottoman in Ottoman photography : producing identity through negation / Wendy M.K. Shaw -- Written images : poems on early Iranian portrait studio photography (1864-1930) and constitutional revolution postcards (1905-1911) / Carmen Pérez González -- The gate of the Bosporus : early photographs of Istanbul and the Dolmabahçe Palace / Esra Akcan -- The heroic lens : portrait photography of Ottoman insurgents in the ninteenth-century Balkans-Types and uses / Martina Baleva -- Glass plates and Kodak cameras : Arab amateur photography in the "era of film" / Stephen Sheehi -- Archives. The photography studio of the Naseri harem in nineteenth-century Iran / Mohammad Sattari and Khadijeh Mohammadi Nameghi -- The photograph albums of the Royal Golestan Palace : a window into the social history of Iran during the Qajar Era / Alireza Nabipour and Reza Sheikh -- How a former museum of mordern art curator assembled an international history of photography collection for Iran in the 1970s / Donna Stein.

"The historiography of early photography has scarcely examined Islamic countries in the Near and Middle East, although the new technique was adopted very quickly there by the 1840s. Which regional, local, and global aspects can be made evident? What role did autochthonous image and art traditions have, and which specific functions did photography meet since its introduction? This collective volume deals with examples from Iran, the Ottoman Empire, and the Arab lands and with the question of local specifics, or an 'indigenous lens'. The contributions broach the issues of regional histories of photography, local photographers, specific themes and practices, and historical collections in these countries. They offer, for the first time in book form, a cross-section through a developing field of the history of photography"--Publisher's website.
Sherman TR113.5 .I54 2018

The Pharmagellan guide to biotech forecasting and valuation
David, Frank S., author
[United States] : Pharmagellan, [2016]
Preparing to build a biotech financial model -- Income. Addressable patient population ; Adherence and compliance ; Pricing ; Market share ; Launch curves ; Loss of exclusivity -- Expenses. Costs of goods sold ; Sales, general, and administrative ; Sales force ; Marketing ; R&D ; Regulatory -- Valuation. R&D and regulatory probability of success ; Discount rate.
Feldberg TP248.2 .D38 2016

Archivo Gaitan
Gaitán Ramos, Lui Alberto, photographer
Bogotá : Fondo de Cultura Económica, 2018.]
Sherman TR820 .G35 2018