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Food in Vogue
edited by Taylor Antrim ; foreword by Phillis Posnick ; introduction by Taylor Antrim
New York, NY : Abrams, 
Foreword / Phyllis Posnick -- Introduction / Taylor Antrim -- Excerpts. Shining bright / Tamar Adler -- The perfect pizza / Jeffrey Steingarten -- Solid gold / Oliver Strand -- Something wild / Rob Haskell -- Simply red / Jeffrey Steingarten -- Andy Warhol turns gold into food / Maxime McKendry -- Gourmet...my eye! / Sophie Kerr -- Fresh prince / Jeffrey Steingarten -- Bright fire / Joan Juliet Buck -- Scent & sensibility / Jeffrey Steingarten -- Hot to trot / Tamar Adler -- Legal tender / Rob Haskell -- Closing time / Jeffrey Steingarten -- Toro, toro, toro / Jeffrey Steingarten -- The tastemaker / Sally Singer -- Land of plenty / Tamar Adler -- Breaking bread / Jeffrey Steingarten -- North of the border / Tamar Adler -- Ice, ice baby / Jeffrey Steingarten -- Sweet nothings / Jeffrey Steingarten -- A new leaf / Oliver Strand -- Grand finale / Tamar Adler -- The new cooks -- Duck, duck goose / Tamar Adler -- Yes, you can / Tamar Adler -- Where the Bufala roam / Jeffrey Steingarten -- Rising star / Oliver Strand -- Sugar high / Jeffrey Steingarten -- Espresso explained / Jeffrey Steingarten -- Parisian salads / Arthur Gold and Robert Fizdale.
"Food in Vogue collects the most striking, mouthwatering food photography and finest food writing from one of the most respected magazines in the world. Combining legendary essays by longtime Vogue food critic Jeffrey Steingarten, as well as contributions from rising food writers such as Tamar Adler and Oliver Strand, with original behind-the-scenes interviews, the book pairs portraits of world-renowned or rising chefs along with iconic food photography, much of it shot by Irving Penn and conceived by editor Phyllis Posnick. Food in Vogue examines how Vogue's relationship with and treatment of food has changed in its pages through lavish and challenging food photographs, and its career-defining interviews with the world's hottest chefs. Food in Vogue is more than a book about food. It's a book about trends, fashion, and culture, told through the world's common language"--Publisher's description.
Sherman Oversize TR656.7 .F66 2017
Walter Niedermayr : Koexistenzen = coexistences
Berlin : Hatje Cantz Verlag, 
While Walter Niedermayr dealt with the mountainous environment around Lech am Arlberg in his last book, this publication allows us to witness some of the work he made over a period of seven years in the communes of the Fiemme Valley, in Trentino, South Tyrol. Visiting the eleven towns that have banded together to administer common property for nearly one thousand years, Niedermayr was mainly interested in the architecture. Very special kinds of homes have managed to not only survive there, but to evolve to the conditions of present day; their hybrid transition zones connecting private, semi-public, and public areas seem more relevant than ever. Over the centuries this large community has developed a strong communal sense of how to deal carefully with resources and joint use. Common characteristics, especially in the way that space is structured in the villages, are remarkable. Some are seen in diptychs, but most take form as a sequence based on building type. In this photographic project, Walter Niedermayr traces these forms of living according to their suitability to everyday life, and ultimately the future potential of the architectural and social village structures in the Fiemme Valley.
Sherman TR659 .N475 2017
starring Sanlé Sory and the people of Bobo-Dioulasso in the small but musically mighty country of Burkina Faso
[Chicago, Illinois] : The Art Institute of Chicago, 2018
The studio photographs of Sory Sanlé and his participation in the vibrant music scene in Bobo-Dioulasso give us a picture of a cosmopolitan city shaping its independent identity in the 1960s through to the 80s, the heyday of West African independence movements. Vintage photographs, seven-inch record sleeves and studio accessories are all reproduced in the most extensive portrayal to date of photography and music as key popular art forms with local, national and international resonance.
Sherman TR681.A33 V65 2018
Mapping the limits of space : Dan Holdsworth
Holdsworth, Dan, 1974- photographer
Berlin : Hatje Cantz, 2018
This book surveys English artist Dan Holdsworth's 20-year career. Since 1996, Holdsworth has explored the "extreme" territories that characterise humans' changing relationship to the "natural" world in the Anthropocene. The volume also reveals Holdsworth's (*1974) most recent body of work. Since 2012, the artist has worked with academic geologists to map the exact contours of Alpine glaciers, using drones, lasers, photography, and high-end software used by the military academy. We encounter millions of points in space, each millimetre-perfect, that plot the outline of a changing landscape. Produced in collaboration with the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, the publication offers new insights into Holdsworth's innovative practice.
Sherman Oversize TR647 .H6475 2018
Icons of style : a century of fashion photography
Paul Martineau ; with contributions by Susanna Brown, Anne McCauley, Michal Raz-Russo, Ivan Shaw
Los Angeles : J. Paul Getty Museum, 
"An international survey of one hundred years of fashion photography, from 1911 to 2011"--Provided by publisher.
Sherman TR679 .I29 2018
Public, private, secret : on photography and the configuration of self
by Charlotte Cotton with Marina Chao and Pauline Vermare
New York, N.Y. : Aperture Foundation, 
Public, Private, Secret' explores the roles that photography and video play in the crafting of identity, and the reconfiguration of social conventions that define our public and private selves. This collection of essays, interviews, and reflections assesses how our image-making and consumption patterns are embedded and implicated in a wider matrix of online behavior and social codes, which in turn give images a life of their own. Within this context, our visual creations and online activities blur and remove conventional separations between public and private (and sometimes secret) expression. The writings address the various disruptions, resistances, and subversions that artists propose to the limited versions of race, gender, sexuality, and autonomy that populate mainstream popular culture. They anticipate a future for our image-world rich with diversity and alterity, one that can be shaped and influenced by the agency of self-representation.
Sherman TR183 .P84 2018
Appleson, Trevor, 1968- author
London : Booth-Clibborn Editions, 2017
"An exploration of youth and identity created by photographer Trevor Appleson in a dialogue with his young sitters, told through his portraits and their personal archives of digital and material ephemera. The resulting archive is a fascinating insight into contemporary youth culture. In 2014, Trevor Appleson took to the streets of Birmingham, UK with his portable studio, photographing young people as they shopped, partied, studied and hung-out. He followed up with a series of conversations with his subjects, exploring youth and identity through material culture. Over a period of a year Appleson invited them to create their own archives using what was important to them. The result is a fascinating mix of the physical and the digital from crumpled diaries to blog pages, from memory boxes to online search histories, offering a unique insight into the lives of the different sitters and their culture. Portable Studio inverts the traditional idea of the studio portrait/street photograph - the snapshot now a starting point from which to develop multi-faceted and paradoxically intimate representations of identity."--
Sherman TR681.Y6 A67 2017
Victorian giants : the birth of art photography : Julia Margaret Cameron, Lewis Carroll, Clementina Hawarden, Oscar Rejlander
Prodger, Phillip, author
London : The National Portrait Gallery, 
This major new exhibition brings together, for the first time, the works of four of the most celebrated figures in art photography, Lewis Carroll (1832-98), Julia Margaret Cameron (1815-79), Oscar Rejlander (1813-75) and Clementina Hawarden (1822-65). These four artists would come to embody the very best in photography of the Victorian era. Their experimental approach to picture-making and radical attitudes towards photography have informed artistic practice ever since. Featuring striking portaits of sitters such as Charles Darwin, Alice Liddell, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Thomas Carlyle, George Frederick Watts, Ellen Terry and Alfred, Lord Tennyson. Exhibition: National Portrait Gallery, London, UK (01.03.-20.05.2018).
Sherman TR652 .P76 2018
August Sander : persécutés/persécuteurs des Hommes du XXe siècle = Verfolgte/Verfolger : Menschen des 20. Jahrhunderts = persecuted/persecutors : People of the 20th century
direction d'ouvrage, Sophie Nagiscarde et Marie-Édith Agostini, avec Noémie Fillon ; textes, Gabriele Betancourt Nuñez ... et al.
Göttingen, Allemagne ; Steidl, 2018
Sherman TR680 .S22733 2018
Catherine Opie : keeping an eye on the world
Opie, Catherine, 1961- interviewee
Köln : Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 
Catherine Opie's photographs include portraits and American urban landscapes, ranging from large-scale colour works to small black-and-white prints. A conceptual framework of cultural portraitism links her various photographic series. Exhibition: Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Høvikodden, Norway (06.10.2017-07.01.2018).
Sherman TR647 .O65 2017
From taverns to gastropubs : food, drink, and sociality in England
Lane, Christel, author
Oxford, United Kingdom : Oxford University Press, 2018
The historical development of taverns, inns, and public houses -- The social identity of hosts and patrons -- Eating out in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries: the contest between English and French foods -- Eating out in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: changes in food and in social identities -- Publicans between the state and the brewers: a subordinate relationship -- The gastropub and its divided identity: drink, food, and sociality -- Social and national identity: a focus on class, gender, and nation -- The future of the pub: are gastropubs the saviour or the nemesis of the traditional pub?.
The pub is a prominent social institution integral to British identity. This book charts the social historical development of the English public house culminating in the contemporary gastropub. It explores issues of class, gender, and national identification through the lens of taverns, inns, and pubs through time.
Baker Berry TX950.59.G7 L36 2018
Buttermilk graffiti : a chef's journey to discover Americas new melting-pot cuisine
Lee, Edward, 1972- author
New York : Artisan, a Division of Workman Publishing Co., Inc. 
Pilgrimage for a beignet -- The pugilist and the cook -- The unfamiliar noodle -- The accidental fast -- Exile and cigars -- Slaw dogs and pepperoni rolls -- A kibbeh in Clarksdale -- Matriarchs of Montgomery -- A lesson in smen -- Death and aquavit -- Trawling for shrimp -- The immortality of Paterson -- Nigerian hustle -- German mustard -- The palace of pastrami -- A tale of two cornbreads.
"American food is the story of mash-ups. Immigrants arrive, cultures collide, and out of the push-pull come exciting new dishes and flavors. But that surprising first bite is only the beginning. What about the people behind the food? What about the traditions? What about the memories? For two years, Edward Lee, as gifted a writer as he is a chef, traveled the highways and byways of America to seek out foods that open a window onto a whole other way of cooking, of eating, of living--a way that's unique and quintessentially American. Lee visits a Cambodian couple in Lowell, Massachusetts, re-creating the flavors of their lost home land while helping to inject new vibrancy into a fading mill town. He travels, like so many music lovers, to Clarksdale, Mississippi, birthplace of the blues and now home to America's best kibbeh and other Lebanese specialties. He learns how to make the mysterious fermented butter called smen from a young Moroccan immigrant living in Westport, Connecticut, then treats her to her first taste of New Haven white clam pizza--an iconic American dish created by an immigrant of a previous generation. And a beignet from Café du Monde, as potent as Proust's madeleine, inspires a time-traveling narrative from New 0rleans's original Creole culture to the author's first job working the breakfast shift at a coffee shop in a dicey New York neighborhood. With his compelling voice and unique perspective--as a Korean-born, Brooklyn-bred chef who found his soul in Kentucky--Edward Lee offers sixteen vibrant chapters in the fascinating and ever-evolving story of American cuisine. And forty recipes, created by Lee and inspired by the people he met around the country, bring these stories right into our own kitchens."--Dust jacket.
Baker Berry TX725.A1 L346 2018
Francis Marshall : drawing fashion
Cullen, Oriole, author
London : V&A Publishing, 2018
This book opens an exciting and extensive archive of fashion illustration by Francis Marshall (1901-1980), held at the V&A. Marshall's career coincided with the golden age of fashion illustration and commercial art. For much of the 20th century, he was one of Britain's most prolific and highly regarded fashion illustrators, yet today his work remains relatively unknown. Unlike his gregarious contemporary Cecil Beaton, Marshall was a retiring character, not interested in self-promotion and preferring to focus on his work. His drawings are characterized by careful observation, verve and wit - he has been celebrated as a 'master of line', always at his best when drawing from life. Active from the 1920s until the 1960s, Marshall's work was published widely, from Vogue magazine to the more accessible and widely read pages of the Daily Mail. He also worked extensively in advertising, for companies such as Jaeger, Fortnum and Mason, Liberty and Elizabeth Arden, and released several books - ranging from manuals on drawing fashion or ballet, to the nostalgic records of fashionable society London West and An Englishman in New York. This new book shines a light on this sometimes-forgotten master, at a time when fashion illustration is very much in style.
Sherman TT509 .C85 2018
Raoul Hausmann : photographs 1927-1936
texts by Cécile Bargues ; editors, Cécile Bargues with David Barriet, David Benassayag, Béatrice Didier ; translations, Jill Denton, Helen Ferguson
London, England : Koenig Books, 
"Raoul Hausmann's photographic work has long been underrated. This key artists of the twentieth century is remembered primarily for the central role he played in Berlin Dada with his assemblages, photomontages, and optophonetic poems, yet the vicissitudes of history caused his photography, an essential facet of his oeuvre, to be cast almost entirely into the shade. From 1927 on, Hausmann became an avid and restless photographer in Germany, in particular during his stays at the North Sea and Baltic coasts. While in exile in Ibiza after the Nazis came to power, he took an interest in the local populace and vernacular architecture, before emigrating again in 1936. During this intense decade, he reflected extensively on photography, developing a highly individual practice in the medium, simultaneously documentary and lyrical, inextricably linked to his way of thinking and living. His circle of friends included August Sander, Raoul Ubac, and Lázló Moholy-Nagy, who announced to Vera Broido, one of Hausmann's partners: 'I learnt everything that I know from Raoul.' This book by art historian Cécile Bargues reveals Hausmann's interwar photographic work in its entirety, and presents a detailed time line of his life. The publication concludes with a previously unpublished text in which author Nik Cohn, Vera Broido's son, recounts his mother's memories of Hausmann."
Sherman TR647 .H3813 2018
The green studio handbook : environmental strategies for schematic design
Kwok, Alison G., author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Sherman TH880 .K87 2018
The best cook in the world : tales from my momma's table
Bragg, Rick, author
New York : Alfred A. Knopf, 
Prologue: It takes a lot of rust to wipe away a General Electric -- "Them shadows get to dancin'" -- "Salt is good" -- A man who knew beans -- Sweeter, after the frost -- "A chicken ... ain't likely to ketch on" -- The fourth bear -- The falling cow -- "Hard times, come around no more" -- "A ham hock don't call for help" -- Cakes of gold -- Sis -- The second ghost -- Bitter weeds -- Still hard times for an honest man -- The pie that never was -- Ribs in the dead of night -- Clementine -- Tomatoes without taste, tomatoes without end -- Didelphis Virginiana -- Stairway to nowhere -- People who cook -- Blackberry winter -- Till it thunders -- Offerings -- Government cheese -- Sometimes the pies just call your name -- Red's -- "When Momma was all right" -- Monkey on a string -- Edna's ark -- Staggering to glory -- The runaway -- "Untimely figs" -- Spring -- Epilogue: The recipe that never was.
Bragg presents a food memoir, cookbook, and tribute to his mother. Margaret Bragg does not own a single cookbook, measures ingredients by "dabs" and judges "done" by look and smell. Her son shares classic family recipes-- many of them pre-dating the Civil War-- as well as preparation secrets for traditional Southern fare.
Baker Berry TX715.2.S68 B725 2018
Napa at last light : America's Eden in an age of calamity
Conaway, James, author
New York : Simon and Schuster, 
I. This earth is theirs: Master and slave ; White elephants ; The legacy thing -- II. Carrying the defect: Interlude: The velvet rope ; American first-growth ; Hands across the sea ; Orwell's plow -- III. Village and vine: Interlude: Uber ; Bubbly ; Our town ; Alive on arrival -- IV. On Howell Mountain: Interlude: The sanctity of stuff ; Waiting for fire ; Wildlake ; The death of shame -- V. Capell Creek: Interlude: Arise ; The riddled rabbit ; The grandmother tree ; Enocracy -- VI. Water into wine: Interlude: The drip ; The Rutheford Dust Society ; Fifty feet from forever ; Chinatown -- VII. Life in the Anthropocene: Interlude: The plea ; Voices ; 2050 ; Jefferson's ghost ; Wildlake revisited.
Exposes the often shadowy side of the winemaking industry in Napa Valley, where multinational corporations have subsumed old family vineyards and abandoned the agricultural traditions of the region.
Baker Berry TP557.5.C2 C665 2018
The evolved eater : a quest to eat better, live better, and change the world
Taranto, Nick, 1985- author
New York : St. Martin's Press, 2018
Introduction: Toward a better food future -- Appetizer: My journey from junk food junkie to evolved eater -- First course. The story of humans and food: how we got to this place where food is a problem instead of a solution -- Our food is killing us -- Eating evolution, part 1: cooking made us human -- Eating evolution, part 2: the birth of big food -- Second course. The plated mission: why a new form of food production and distribution is necessary if we are going to reconnect with our food -- "City boy goes country" -- farming and food production -- The CRAP trap -- The cacophony of confusion -- When food becomes nutrition -- Third course. How to feed ten billion people -- Don't live on empty calories or an empty mission -- The future of food -- Cook your way to happiness -- Conclusion: New food ideas require new food companies.
From the co-founder of Plated, the home delivery food service, an inspirational business title that is a call-to-arms and investigation into the industrial American food complex. In early 2012, Nick Taranto was twenty-seven years old, recently married, and fresh out of the Marine Corps. He moved back to New York City, started working on Wall Street, and put on twenty pounds in under six months. He was pasty, overweight, and depressed - and he knew there had to be a better way to eat (and live). The Evolved Eater chronicles his quest to change how we eat, and what this means for the future of food. As the co-founder of Plated, which has delivered tens of millions of meals across the country in its first five years, Taranto cares about the food we eat. As Evolved Eaters, we strive to continually improve and evolve as we grow through life. And eating - and being close to the food you cook and consume - is an inseparable part of this evolution. Americans throw away over 300 billion pounds of food each year, while millions of children are food insecure or poorly nourished. How did the most food abundant nation in history get this vital issue so wrong? Taranto provides eye-opening facts about how we acquire and eat food and easy and practical things that you can do to improve the way you eat (and live) starting today. Eating doesn't need to be complicated or painful or over-thought. We're starting The Evolved Eater revolution right here, right now.--AMAZON.
Baker Berry TX353 .T27 2018
Thorium : energy, cheaper than coal
Hanover, NH : R. Hargraves, ©2012
Energy and civilization -- An unsustainable world -- Energy sources -- Liquid fluoride thorium reactor -- Safety -- A sustainable world -- Energy policy.
Feldberg TK9360 .H37 2012
Looking again : photography at the New Orleans Museum of Art
New York, N.Y. : Aperture, 2018
Looking Again' is as much about photography as it is about the specific photographs reproduced within it. It is designed to provide the reader with a glimpse into both the collection at the New Orleans Museum of Art and into photography?s complexity. Through 131 objects and essays, Russell Lord explores the many histories of photography, addressing long-held beliefs and offering new ways of thinking about, and looking at, photographs. As the world moves increasingly toward an image-dependent style of communication, there has never been a better time to seriously examine our belief in or apprehension toward the photographic image. Standing on the threshold of what might be a turning point in humanity?s relationship to the photograph, this volume encourages the reader to dig deeply into photography: to look, and then look again.
Sherman TR6.U62 N475 2018
Annie Leibovitz : portraits : 2005-2016
Leibovitz, Annie, 1949- photographer
New York : Phaidon Press Inc, 
Annie Leibovitz : Portraits 2005-2016 is the photographer's follow-up to her two landmark books, Annie Leibovitz 1970-1990 and A Photographer's Life 1990-2005. In this newest collection, Leibovitz has captured the world's most compelling subjects in the style that has distinguished her as one of the most loved and compelling talents of our time. The photographs document contemporary culture with an artist's eye, wit, and uncanny ability to personalize even the most recognizable and distinguished figures.
Sherman Oversize TR680 .L3775 2017
Bellos y desconocidos
Xosé M. Buxán Bran editor
Barcelona : Editorial Laertes, 2015
Baker Berry TR681.M4 B47 2015
Fundamentals of thermal-fluid sciences
Çengel, Yunus A., author
New York, NY : McGraw-Hill Education, 
Basic concepts of thermodynamics -- Energy, energy transfer & general energy analysis -- Properties of pure substances -- Energy analysis of closed systems -- Mass & energy analysis of control volumes -- The second law of thermodynamics -- Entropy -- Power and refrigeration cycles -- Introduction to fluid mechanics -- Fluid statics -- Bernoulli and energy equations -- Momentum analysis of flow structures -- Internal flow -- External flow: drag and lift -- Mechanisms of heat transfer -- Steady heat conduction -- Transient heat conduction -- Forced convection -- Natural convection -- Radiation heat transfer -- Heat exchanges.
Feldberg TJ265 .C42 2017
La imagen faltante : muerte y duelo en la fotografía latinoamericana
Martínez Rod, Pamela, author
Barcelona : Universitat de Barcelona Edicions, 
Sherman TR27.5 .M37 2018
Disability in the Industrial Revolution : physical impairment in British coalmining, 1780-1880
Turner, David M., 1972- author
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2018
The Industrial Revolution produced injury, illness and disablement on a large scale and nowhere was this more visible than in coalmining. Disability in the Industrial Revolution sheds new light on the human cost of industrialisation by examining the lives and experiences of those disabled in a sector that was vital to Britain's economic growth. Although it is often assumed that industrialisation led to increasing marginalisation of people with impairments, disabled mineworkers were expected to return to work wherever possible, and new medical services developed to assist in this endeavour. Using a rich and innovative mix of sources ranging from official reports to autobiographies, this book examines disability and its consequences in the coalfields of Scotland, north east England and south Wales. It explores how working conditions, the organisation of labour, and employer attitudes affected the ability of impaired miners to find employment, and charts the multifaceted responses to disablement, ranging from health and safety regulations to welfare programmes. Recognising that experiences of disability extended beyond the world of work, the book discusses the family, community and cultural lives of disabled mineworkers. It shows how disability played an important role in industrial relations and shaped class identity. In the process, it presents a new history of disability and the Industrial Revolution, one that shows how disabled people contributed to Britain's industrial development, and demonstrates how concerns about disability shaped responses to industrialisation.
Baker Berry TN808.G7 T87 2018
Chilled : how refrigeration changed the world, and might do so again
Jackson, Tom, 1972- author
London : Bloomsbury Sigma, 2015
Old-school cool -- Conjuring cold -- Applying pressure -- The temper of the air -- Chill and the airs -- Going for the motion -- An ice king, or two -- Taking the heat -- Living in the chain -- Deep cold -- The hidden chill -- The future is cold.
"The refrigerator may seem mundane nowadays, but it is one of the wonders of twentieth-century science--lifesaver, food preserver, social liberator. Part historical narrative, part scientific decoder, Chilled looks at early efforts to harness the cold at the ice pits of Persia (Iranians still call their fridges the "ice pit") and ice harvests on the Regents Canal. As people learned more about what cold actually was, scientists invented machines for producing it on demand. The discovery of refrigeration and its applications features a cast of characters that includes the Ice King of Boston, Galileo, Francis Bacon, an expert on gnomes, a magician who chilled a cathedral, a Renaissance duke addicted to iced eggnog, and a Bavarian nobleman from New England. Refrigeration technology has been crucial in some of the most important scientific breakthroughs of the last one hundred years, from the discovery of superconductors to the search for the Higgs boson. Refrigeration is needed to make soap, store penicillin, and without it, in vitro fertilization would be impossible. And the fridge will still be pulling the strings behind the scenes as teleporters and intelligent-computer brains turn our science-fiction vision of the future into fact."--Publisher information.
Baker Berry TP492 .J23 2015
Operations research : a practical approach
Carter, Michael W., author
Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Introduction to operations research -- Linear programming -- Network analysis -- Integer programming -- Nonlinear optimization -- Markov processes -- Queueing models -- Simulation -- Decision analysis -- Heuristic and metaheuristic techniques for optimization.
Feldberg T57.6 .C367 2018
A Detroit Nocturne
Jordano, Dave, photograher
Brooklyn, New York : powerHouse Books, 
Detroit Nocturne is an artist's book not of people this time, but instead the places within which they live and work: structures, dwellings, and storefronts. Made at night, these photographs speak to the quiet resolve of Detroit's neighborhoods and its stewards: independent shop proprietors and homeowners who have survived the long and difficult path of living in a post-industrial city stripped of economic prosperity and opportunity. -- from book jacket.
Sherman TR659.8 .J673 2018
Shape of light : 100 years of photography and abstract art
edited by Simon Baker and Emmanuelle de l'Ecotais with Shoair Mavlian ; with contributions by Sarah Allen and four others
New York, NY : D.A.P/Distributed Art Publishers, Inc., 2018
The accompanying catalogue to the first major exhibition to consider the relationship between the photographic medium and the history of abstraction in the twentieth century, on display at London's Tate Modern.The exhibition catalogue will be arranged in a broadly chronological way to tell the story of photography and its relationship with abstraction from around 1915 to the present day, and will include historic works in a variety of media from painting and sculpture to montage and kinetic installations. Beginning with the works of cubism and vorticism, the catalogue then highlights the key contributions of Bauhaus, constructivist and surrealist artists of the 1920's and 1930's. It then moves into the 'subjective photography' of the 1940's and 1950's, exploring the global scope of this movement through works by artists from Latin America and Asia, before considering the impacts of photography of abstract expressionism, op art and minimalism in Europe and the US. Bringing together iconic as well as rarely seen works, Photography and Abstract Art explores the development of photography in relation to abstract art, tracing the key moments of innovation in new techniques and practice.
Sherman TR656 .S535 2018
Human factors and ergonomics design handbook
Barry Tillman, David J. Fitts, Wesley E. Woodson, Rhonda Rose-Sundholm, Peggy Tillman
New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 
Part 1. Systems. Chapter 1. Systems introduction ; Chapter 2. Architectural systems ; Chapter 3. Transpiration systems ; Chapter 4. Military and government systems ; Chapter 5. Space systems ; Chapter 6. Industrial systems ; Chapter 7. Agricultural systems ; Chapter 8. Communications systems ; Chapter 9. Consumer product systems -- Part 2. Subsystems design. Chapter 10. Subsystems introduction ; Chapter 11. Architectural entryways ; Chapter 12. Doors, hatches, and equipment ; Chapter 13. Windows ; Chapter 14. Parking ; Chapter 15. Walkways, hallways, and catwalks ; Chapter 16. Ramps, stairs, and ladders ; Chapter 17. Elevators, escalators, and moving walkways ; Chapter 18. Bathrooms, restrooms, and locker rooms ; Chapter 19. Bedrooms and berthing subsystems ; Chapter 20. Kitchens and galleys ; Chapter 21. Dining and food service ; Chapter 22. Offices ; Chapter 23. Auditoriums and threatres ; Chapter 24. Spectator requirements for sports facilities ; Chapter 25. Special workplaces ; Chapter 26. Lighting ; Chapter 27. Guidelines for sound systems -- Part 3. Component and product design. Chapter 28. Visual displays ; Chapter 29. Auditory displays ; Chapter 30. Controls ; Chapter 31. Fasteners ; Chapter 32. Tools ; Chapter 33. Furniture and appliances -- Part 4. Human factors data. Chapter 34. The body ; Chapter 35. Human strength ; Chapter 36. Equilibrium ; Chapter 37. Reaction time ; Chapter 38. Control response ; Chapter 39. Work output and cost ; Chapter 40. Thermal response ; Chapter 41. Visual response ; Chapter 42. Auditory response ; Chapter 43. Tactile response ; Chapter 44. Acceleration response ; Chapter 45. Vibration response ; Chapter 46. Atmospheric factors ; Chapter 47. Radiation ; Chapter 48. Effect of electrical current on the human body ; Chapter 49. Skin reaction to chemical substances ; Chapter 50. Information processing ; Chapter 51. Behavioral expectancy ; Chapter 52. Human fatigue -- Part 5. Human factors engineering methods. Chapter 53. Human factors engineering methods overview ; Chapter 54. Planning for human factors input ; Chapter 55. Concept development ; Chapter 56. System design ; Chapter 57. System evaluation ; Chapter 58. Human factors in system operations.
Feldberg TA166 .W57 2016
Living machines : a handbook of research in biomimetic and biohybrid systems
edited by Tony J. Prescott, Nathan Lepora, Paul F.M.J Verschure ; assistant editor: Michael Szollosy
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 
Contemporary research in the field of robotics attempts to harness the versatility and sustainability of living organisms with the hope of rendering a renewable, adaptable, and robust class of technology that can facilitate self-repairing, social, and moral-even conscious-machines. This landmark volume surveys this flourishing area of research.
Feldberg TJ211 .L488 2018
Photography : the unfettered image
Henning, Michelle, author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
The itinerant image -- Unfixing the image -- Reproduction and transparency -- The book of the world -- Second nature -- The universal equivalent -- Streams and flows -- We are here, but where are you?
Photography : The Unfettered Image traces the emergence of new ways of understanding photography, but also presents a differently nuanced and materialist history in which photography is understood as part of a larger development of media technologies. It is situated in much broader cultural contexts: caught up in the European colonial ambition to "grasp the world" and in the development of a new, artificial "second nature" dependent on the large-scale processing of animal and mineral materials. Focussing primarily on Victorian and 1920s-30s practices and theories, it demonstrates how photography was never simply a technology for fixing a fleeting reality.
Sherman TR187 .H46 2018
Frank, Mary, 1933- photographer
New York : Eakins Press Foundation, 
Prologue / John Yau -- Pilgrimage / Mary Frank -- Kinship / Terry Tempest Williams.
Sherman TR655 .F7335 2017
New dark age : technology, knowledge and the end of the future
Bridle, James, author
Brooklyn, NY : Verso, 2018
Chasm -- Computation -- Climate -- Calculation -- Complexity -- Cognition -- Complicity -- Conspiracy -- Concurrency -- Cloud.
"We live in times of increasing inscrutability. Our news feeds are filled with unverified, unverifiable speculation, much of it automatically generated by anonymous software. As a result, we no longer understand what is happening around us. Underlying all of these trends is a single idea: the belief that quantitative data can provide a coherent model of the world, and the efficacy of computable information to provide us with ways of acting within it. Yet the sheer volume of information available to us today reveals less than we hope. Rather it heralds a new Dark Age: a world of ever-increasing incomprehension. In his brilliant new work, leading artist and writer James Bridle offers us a warning against the future in which the contemporary promise of a new technologically assisted enlightenment may just deliver its opposite: an age of complex uncertainty, predictive algorithms, surveillance, the hollowing out of empathy. Surveying the history of art, technology and information systems he reveals the dark clouds that gather over discussions of the digital sublime." --Publisher description.
Kresge Popular Science T14.5 .B745 2018
Molecular machines : a materials science approach
Zocchi, Giovanni, 1961- author
Princeton, New Jersey : Princeton University Press, 
Brownian Motion -- Statics of DNA Deformations -- Kinematics of Enzyme Action -- Dynamics of Enzyme Action.
Kresge TP248.25.M645 Z63 2018
Berenice Abbott : a life in photography
Van Haaften, Julia, author
London : W.W. Norton & Company, Inc., 
Big lie all my life : Ohio (1898-1918) -- Center of everything : Greenwich Village (1918-21) -- Blazing chisels : Paris and Berlin (1921-23) -- Why not me? : Paris (1923-26) -- Sexless bird catcher : Paris (1926-29) -- Shock of recognition : Atget, Balzac of the camera : Paris (1925-28) -- No scruples : New York (1929-30) -- Realizing New York : New York City (1930-32) -- Realizing America : New York and Eastern seaboard (1933-34) -- Fantastic passion : New York (1934-36) -- Creative documentary : New York (1936-37) -- Friendly interpreter : New York, California, Chicago (1939-51) -- Photography community : New York (1937-58) -- House of photography : New York (1946-59) -- Photo league : New York (1932-55) -- It has to walk alone : Aspen and New York (1951-54) -- Little old America : Florida and Maine (1954-58) -- PSSC : Cambridge and Maine (1958-60) -- Elizabeth : New York and Maine (1945-65) -- Sell Atget! : New York and Maine (1956-68) -- Hotcakes : New York and Maine (1962-75) -- Barrelhouse girl : New York and Maine (1975-83) -- Epilogue : Maine (1984-92).
Berenice Abbott is to American photography what Georgia O'Keeffe is to painting or Willa Cather to letters. Abbott's sixty-year career established her not only as a master of American photography but also as a teacher, writer, archivist, and inventor. A teenage rebel from Ohio, Abbott escaped to Paris--photographing, in Sylvia Beach's words, "everyone who was anyone"--before returning to New York as the Roaring Twenties ended. She soon fell in love with art critic Elizabeth McCausland, with whom she would spend thirty years of her life. Abbott's best known work, "Changing New York," documented the city's 1930s metamorphosis. She next turned to science as a subject, culminating in work important to America's 1950s "space race" with the Soviet Union. This biography secures Abbott's place in the histories of photography and modern art while framing her accomplishments as a female artist and entrepreneur.
Sherman TR140.A25 V36 2018
The man who built the Swordfish : the life of Sir Richard Fairey
Smith, Adrian, 1952- author
New York, NY : I.B. Tauris & Co. Ltd, 2018
"Sir Richard Fairey was one of the great aviation innovators of the twentieth century. His career as a plane maker stretched from the Edwardian period to the jet age - he lived long enough to see one of his aircraft be the first to break the 1000mph barrier; and at least one of his designs, the Swordfish, holds iconic status. A qualified engineer, party to the design, development, and construction of the Royal Navy's state-of-the-art sea planes, Sir Richard founded Fairey Aviation at the Admiralty's behest in 1915. His company survived post-war retrenchment to become one of Britain's largest aircraft manufacturers. The firm built a succession of front-line aircraft for the RAF and the Fleet Air Arm, including the iconic Swordfish. In addition, Fairey Aviation designed and built several cutting-edge experimental aircraft, including long-distance record-breakers between the wars and the stunningly beautiful Delta 2, which broke the world speed record on the eve of Sir Richard's death in 1956. Fairey also came to hold a privileged position in the British elite - courting politicians and policymakers. He became a figurehead of the British aviation industry and his successful running of the British Air Commission earned him a knighthood. A key player at a pivotal moment, Fairey's life tells us much about the exercise of power in early twentieth-century Britain and provides an insight into the nature of the British aviation manufacturing industry at its wartime peak and on the cusp of its twilight years." -- Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry TL540.F26 A3 2018
Joel Meyerowitz : Where I find myself : a lifetime retrospective
Meyerowitz, Joel, 1938- photographer
London : Laurence King Publishing Ltd, 
The view from here 2017-2012 -- Elemental 2010-2001 -- Cities 2008-1976 -- Portraits 2017-1980 -- The world upside down 1990-1976 -- Letting go of the catch 1976-1968 -- American in the time of Vietnam 1972-1968 -- On the road 1967-1964 -- The colour question 1968-1963 -- Out into the street 1964-1962 -- Coda.
Where I Find Myself' is the first major single book retrospective of one of America's leading photographers. It is organized in inverse chronological order and spans the photographer's whole career to date: from Joel Meyerowitz's most recent picture all the way back to the first photograph he ever took. The book covers all of Joel Meyerowitz's great projects: his work inspired by the artist Morandi, his work on trees, his exclusive coverage of Ground Zero, his trips in the footsteps of Robert Frank across the US, his experiments comparing color and black and white pictures, and of course his iconic street photography work. Joel Meyerovitz is incredibly eloquent and candid about how photography works or doesn't, and this should be an inspiration to anyone interested in photography.
Sherman Oversize TR655 .M4972 2018
Imágenes apuntadas : los relatos de un fotógrafo
Longoni, Eduardo, photographer
C.A.B.A. : Planeta, 2017
Baker Berry TR140.L674 A25 2017
Light and lens : photography in the digital age
Hirsch, Robert, 1949- author
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018
Sherman TR267 .H57 2018
The far flowered shore
Ezawa, Kota, author
London : Koenig Books, 
The Far Flowered Shore" allows an intimate insight into the Japanese culture in the time of the cherry blossom season, a time that allows associations with happiness, but also evanescence and Fukushima. This artist book, which was posthumous designed this year in Tokyo, shows the series 'Hanami', which was produced by Sascha Weidner while staying at Villa Kamogawa in Kyoto 2013. The publication is supplemented with texts by the American poet Bill Berkson as well as centuries-old Japanese Tanka. Exhibition: Sprengel Museum Hannover, Germany (29.07.-19.11.2017).
Sherman TR647 .W3943 2017
Limiting outer space : astroculture after Apollo
Alexander C.T. Geppert, editor
[London] : Palgrave MacMillan, 
Introduction : The post-Apollo paradox: envisioning limits during the planetized 1970s / Alexander C.T. Geppert. Part 1 Navigating the 1970s : The 1970s: spaceflight and historically interpreting the in-between decade / Martin Collins -- Responding to Apollo: America's divergent reactions to the moon landings / Roger D. Launius -- A grounding in space: were the 1970s a period of transition in Britain's exploration of outer space? / Doug Millard. Part 2 Reconfiguring imaginaries : The myth of progress: "2001 - A Space Odyssey" / Robert Poole -- The Earthward gaze and self-reflexivity in Anglophone novels of the 1970s / Florian Kläger -- Building outer space: LEGO and the conquest of the beyond in the 1970s / Thore Bjørnvig -- The province and heritage of humankind: space law's imaginary of outer space, 1967-79 / Luca Follis. Part 3 Grounding Utopias : Transnational utopias, space exploration and the association of space explorers, 1972-85 / Andrew Jenks -- Architectural experiments in space: orbital stations, simulators and speculative design, 1968-82 / Regina Peldszus -- Spacelab: peace, progress and European politics in outer space, 1973-85 / Tilmann Siebeneichner -- From the club of Rome to Star Wars: the era of limits, space colonization and the origins of SDI / Peter J. Westwick. Epilogue : Final frontiers? Envisioning Utopia in the era of limits / David A. Kirby. Bibliography. Index.
Propels the historicization of outer space by focusing on the Post-Apollo period. After the Apollo moon landings, disillusionment set in. With the return of the last astronaut in 1972, the skies - rather than the distant stars - once again became the limit. No longer considered the inevitable destination of human expansion, outer space lost much of the popular appeal, cultural significance and political urgency that it had gained since the end of the Second World War. With the rapid waning of the worldwide Apollo frenzy, the optimism of the Space Age gave way to an era of planetized limits. Bringing together the history of European astroculture and American-Soviet spaceflight with recent scholarship on the 1970s, the thirteen chapters in this cutting-edge volume examine the reconfiguration of space imaginaries from a multiplicity of disciplinary perspectives. Rather than invoking oft-repeated narratives of Cold War rivalry and an escalating Space Race between East and West, Limiting Outer Space breaks new ground by exploring a hitherto underrated and understudied decade, the Post-Apollo period.
Baker Berry TL789.6.E9 I43 2018
Chmil, Erik, 1968- photographer
München : Hirmer Verlag GmbH, 
Erik Chmil's travels and photo expeditions around the world provided the inspiration for 'Solitude', his picture series of abandoned car parks. The result is magnificent photographic works of art whose ordered aesthetic and contemplative aura enchant the viewer, as well as revealing the stories of the different locations when examined more closely.
Sherman TR655 .C54 2017
Public images : celebrity, photojournalism and the making of the tabloid press
Linkof, Ryan, author
New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 
The stolen snapshot is a staple of the modern tabloid press, as ubiquitous as it is notorious. The first in-depth history of British tabloid photojournalism, this book explores the origin of the unauthorised celebrity photograph in the early 20th century, tracing its rise in the 1900s through to the first legal trial concerning the right to privacy from photographers shortly after the Second World War. Packed with case studies from the glamorous to the infamous, the book argues that the candid snap was a tabloid innovation that drew its power from Britain's unique class tensions. Used by papers such as the Daily Mirror and Daily Sketch as a vehicle of mass communication, this new form of image played an important and often overlooked role in constructing the idea of the press photographer as a documentary eyewitness. From Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson to aristocratic debutantes Lady Diana Cooper and Margaret Whigham, the rage of the social elite at being pictured so intimately without permission was matched only by the fascination of working class readers, while the relationship of the British press to social, economic, and poltiical power was changed forever. Initially pioneered in the metropole, tabloid-style photojournalism soon penetrated the journalistic culture of most of the globe. This in-depth account of its social and cultural history is an invaluable source of new research for historians of photography, journalism, visual culture, media, and celebrity studies--back cover.
Sherman TR820 .L5435 2018
The craft of scientific writing
Alley, Michael, author
New York, NY : Springer, 
Analyzing the audience, purpose, and occasion -- Balancing precision with clarity -- Avoiding ambiguity -- Sustaining energy -- Connecting your ideas -- Beginning with the familiar -- Organizing the content for the audience -- Providing proper emphasis -- Adapting your style to emails, instructions, and proposals -- Using your writing time efficiently.
This book uses scores of examples to show the differences between scientific writing that informs and persuades and scientific writing that does not. It identifies five key elements of style that distinguish the best scientific documents.
Kresge T11 .A37 2018
Handbook of materials failure analysis : with case studies from the construction industries
Abdel Salam Hamdy Makhlouf, Mahmood Aliofkhazraei
Oxford, United Kingdom : Butterworth-Heinemann, an imprint of Elsevier, 
Handbook of Materials Failure Analysis: With Case Studies from the Construction Industry provides a thorough understanding of the reasons materials fail in certain situations, covering important scenarios including material defects, mechanical failure due to various causes, and improper material selection and/or corrosive environment. The book begins with a general overview of materials failure analysis and its importance, and then logically proceeds from a discussion of the failure analysis process, types of failure analysis, and specific tools and techniques, to chapters on analysis of materials failure from various causes. Failure can occur for several reasons, including: materials defects-related failure, materials design-related failure, or corrosion-related failures. The suitability of the materials to work in a definite environment is an important issue. The results of these failures can be catastrophic in the worst case scenarios, causing loss of life. This important reference covers the most common types of materials failure, and provides possible solutions.
Feldberg TA409 .H36 2018
Modern engineering mathematics
Siddiqi, A. H., author
Boca Raton : CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, 2018
Feldberg TA332.5 .S53 2018
Anton Corbijn : the living and the dead
mit Beiträgen von Daria Dittmeyer-Hössl, Franz Wilhelm Kaiser, Marie-Noël Rio ; herausgegeben von Anton Corbijn & Franz Wilhelm Kaiser ; Übersetzung aus dem Deutschen, Jeremy Gaines ; Übersetzung aus dem Französischen, Matthias Wolf
München : Schirmer Mosel, 
Sherman TR647 .C673 2018
Space flight dynamics
Kluever, Craig A. author
Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2018
Historical overview -- Two-body orbital mechanics -- Orbit determination -- Time of flight -- Non-Keplerian motion -- Rocket performance -- Impulsive orbital maneuvers -- Relative motion and orbital rendezvous -- Low-thrust transfers -- Interplanetary trajectories -- Atmospheric entry -- Attitude dynamics -- Attitude control.
Feldberg TL1050 .K555 2018
Engineering Asia : technology, colonial development and the Cold War order
edited by Hiromi Mizuno, Aaron S. Moore, and John DiMoia
New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing Plc, 2018
Baker Berry T27.A1 E54 2018
Ecological effects of electricity generation, storage and use
Henderson, Peter A. author
Boston, MA, USA : CABI, 
Our need for electricity and the main energy sources available -- Hydroelectric generation -- Tidal generation -- Wave power and ocean thermal energy conversion -- Steam turbines and their cooling systems -- Nuclear generation -- Coal and oil-fired power plant -- Gas-fired power plant -- Wind turbines and the effects of offshore piling -- Solar power -- Fuel cells and flow batteries -- Batteries -- Biofuels and waste powered generation -- Small scale and mobile electric generators -- Ecological issues relating to transmission lines -- Geothermal -- What is our best approach to minimise environmental damage while generating electricity cost-effectively?
This book reviews the past, present and future generation and use of electricity. While noting the importance of electricity to the well-being of people, it argues that all means of electricity generation have adverse ecological consequences. The ecological effects of all the main forms of electricity generation, storage and transmission are reviewed in 14 chapters. The chapters briefly cover the engineering and physics of each method of electricity generation followed by a description of the different ways in which the technology interacts with the natural world. Finally, sections consider the importance of these impacts and how they can be mitigated or avoided. A final chapter summarizes the issues and emphasizes that the only way to truly minimize the impacts of electricity generation is to reduce our consumption and transmission. Future efforts should continue to focus on increasing the efficiency of light production, refrigeration, electrical appliances and batteries.
Feldberg TD195.E4 H48 2018
A bite-sized history of France : gastronomic tales of revolution, war, and enlightenment
Henaut, Stéphane, author
New York : The New Press, 2018
Our ancestors, the Gauls -- The virgin of the kidney -- Barbarians at the plate -- Ode to gluttony -- Left behind : the goats of Poitou -- The sweetest king -- They came from the sea -- Feudal fare -- Of monks and men -- Fighting for plums -- The wine that got away -- The vegetarian heresy -- A papal red -- The white gold of Guérande -- Legacy of a black prince -- The vinegar of the four thieves -- The cheese of emperors and mad kings -- La dame de beauté and the mushroom mystery -- Fruits of the Renaissance -- The mother sauces -- Conquest and chocolate -- The culinary contributions of madame serpent -- A chicken in every pot -- The chestnut insurgency -- The bitter roots of sugar -- The liquor of the gods -- The crescent controversy -- War and peas -- The devil's wine -- An enlightened approach to food -- Revolution in the cafés -- Pain d'égalité -- The potato propagandist -- The pyramid provocation -- The man who abolished the seasons -- The fifth crêpe -- The king of cheeses -- A revolutionary banquet -- The end of the oyster express -- Revelation in a bottle -- The curse of the green fairy -- Siege gastronomy -- The peanut patrimony -- Gastronomads on the sun road -- A friend in difficult hours -- A mutiny and a laughing cow -- "Bread, peace, and liberty" : the socialist baguette -- Couscous : the assimilation (or not) of empire -- The forgotten vegetables -- Canon Kir joins the resistance -- France and the United States : from liberation to exasperation.
From the cassoulet that won a war to the crêpe that doomed Napoleon, the history of France is intimately entwined with its gastronomic pursuits. Hénaut and Mitchell provide a history of France-- through its food. The result is an innovative social history explores the impact of war and imperialism, the age-old tension between tradition and innovation, and the enduring use of food to prop up social and political identities. -- adapted from jacket
Baker Berry TX637 .H46 2018
How to write and publish a scientific paper
Gastel, Barbara, author
Santa Barbara, California : Greenwood, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, 
Part I: Some preliminaries. What is scientific writing? ; Historical perspectives ; Approaching a writing project ; What is a scientific paper? ; Ethics in scientific publishing ; Where to submit your manuscript -- Part II: Preparing the text. How to prepare the title ; How to list the authors and addresses ; How to prepare the abstract ; How to write the introduction ; How to write the materials and methods section ; How to write the results ; How to write the discussion ; How to state the acknowledgments ; How to cite the references -- Part III: Preparing the tables and figures. How to design effective tables ; How to prepare effective graphs ; How to prepare effective photographs -- Part IV: Publishing the paper. Rights and permissions ; How to submit the manuscript ; The review process (how to deal with editors) ; The publishing process (how to deal with proofs) and after publication -- Part V: Doing other writing for publication. How to write a review paper ; How to write opinion (letters to the editor, editorials, and book reviews) ; How to write a book chapter or a book ; How to write for the public ; How to present a paper orally ; How to prepare a poster ; How to write a conference report -- Part VII: Scientific style. Use and misuse of English ; Avoiding jargon ; How and when to use abbreviations ; Writing clearly across cultures and media ; How to write science in English as a foreign language -- Part VIII: Other topics in scientific communication. How to write a thesis ; How to prepare a curriculum vitae, cover letter, and personal statement ; How to prepare grant proposals and progress reports ; How to write a recommendation letter : and how to ask for one ; How to work with the media ; How to provide peer review ; How to edit your own work ; How to seek a scientific-communication career -- Appendix 1: Selected journal title word abbreviations -- Appendix 2: Words and expressions to avoid -- Appendix 3: SI (Système International) prefixes and their abbreviations -- Appendix 4: Some helpful websites -- Glossary.
"Now thoroughly updated and expanded, this new edition of a classic guide offers practical advice on preparing and publishing journal articles as well as succeeding in other communication-related aspects of a scientific career. Provides practical, easy-to-read, and immediately applicable guidance on preparing each part of a scientific paper: from the title and abstract, through each section of the main text, to the acknowledgments and references. Explains step by step how to decide to which journal to submit a paper, what happens to a paper after submission, and how to work effectively with a journal throughout the publication process. Includes key advice on other communication important to success in scientific careers, such as giving presentations and writing proposals. Presents an insightful insider's view of how journals actually work--and describes how best to work with them."--Publisher's description.
On Reserve at Kresge T11 .D33 2016
Our hands remember : recovering Sanikiluaq basket sewing
Lawrence, Margaret (Educator and artist), author
Iqaluit, Nunavut : Inhabit Media, 
"Sanikiluaq, Nunavut, has a long history of Inuit artistic output. But as the demand for stone carvings grew, grass basket sewing--once a traditional skill for Inuit women--faded from the community consciousness. That was until a group of women, including educator and artist Margaret Lawrence, came together to renew the lost art of basket sewing. In Our Hands Remember: Recovering Sanikiluaq Basket Sewing, Lawrence guides readers through creating their own grass baskets in the unique style of the Sanikiluaq region with step-by-step instructions and photographs. From tips on preparing the grass and forming even coils to the different types of possible embellishments, this book is accessible to all skill levels."--
Baker Berry TT879.B3 L39 2018
Leo Matiz en Caracas : documental de Alejandra Szeplaki
Caracas : Fundación para la Cultura Urbana, 2004
DVD still photos with music and some commentary, with accompanying CD- audiodisc which contains complete versions of the music contained on the DVD soundtrack. Plus addition themes by Maestro Luis Alfonzo Larran not included on the DVD.
Jones Media DVD TR820 .M38 2004
Shelley Niro : Scotiabank Photography Award
Göttingen : Steidl, 2018
"The Scotiabank Photography Award is the largest peer-reviewed photographic art award in Canada, recognizing an established artist working in the medium. Shelley Niro is a member of the Six Nations Reserve, Bay of Quinte Mohawk, Turtle Clan. She uses photography, painting, beadwork, installation, and video to redefine contemporary Indigenous experience and identity. This survey exhibition celebrates Niro's career, and includes more than 70 objects, spanning from 1991 to 2017, featuring seminal works and never-before-shown photographs, along with some of the artist's recent projects. The accompanying book also presents a coherent overview of Niro's work, and both the exhibition and the book serve as prestigious acknowledgements of her outstanding contribution to the field."
Sherman TR647 .N57 2018