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New Titles in Dacus

This guide lets you know about new resources now available at Dacus Library, including the Music Library and Pettus Archives.

Highlights

Lump Lump and the Blanket of Dreams
Breast Cancer
Reading and Writing in Medieval England
Unapologetically Dope
Tangled
Irrationality - a History of the Dark Side of Reason
Values at the End of Life - the Logic of Palliative Care
Fellow Creatures

Complete list - the letters represent the call number range

N - Fine Arts

Talking about student art /

Cautionary tales :critical curating /

Video art :the Castello Di Rivoli collection /

Film, video, new media at the Art Institute of Chicago :with the Donna and Howard Stone gift.

VJ :lights::video:VJ.

Mark Bradford :merchant posters.

Ellsworth Kelly /

Bruce Nauman :disappearing acts /

David Smith :collected writings, lectures, and interviews /

Jessica Stockholder /

The art of Bill Viola /

Nari Ward :We the people /

Dana Claxton :fringing the cube /

Skulpturen =sculptures /

The essential Joseph Beuys /

Gabriele Münter, 1877-1962 :painting to the point /

Gerhard Richter :panorama /

Francis Alÿs /

Elmgreen & Dragset /

Ai Weiwei :good fences make good neighbors /

Art in action :nature, creativity and our collective future.

The artist's guide to public art :how to find and win commissions /

I must recompose the environment /

Drawing as expression :techniques and concepts /

Complete digital illustration :a master class in image-making /

Kerry James Marshall :mastry /

Agnes Martin /

Neo Rauch paintings /

Hilma af Klint :paintings for the future /

Singular and serial :contemporary monotype and monoprint /

Estampas de la Raza :contemporary prints from the Romo collection /

Critical mass :printmaking beyond the edge /

The complete printmaker :techniques, traditions, innovations /

Design as art /

Picture this :how pictures work /

Vitamin T :threads & textiles in contemporary art /

The RSVP cycles;creative processes in the human environment.

Performance in contemporary art /

Wireless imagination :sound, radio, and the avant-garde /

P - Language and Literature

Teaching the history of the English language /

Composition, rhetoric, and disciplinarity /

The shadow and its shadow :surrealist writings on the cinema /

Blue, white, red :three colors /

By the skin of their tongues :artist video scripts /

Three colors trilogy;

Rockets and ray guns :the sci-fi science of the Cold War /

The Cambridge companion to the novel /

American little magazines of the Fin de Siècle :art, protest, and cultural transformation /

Middlebrow matters :women's reading and the literary canon in France since the Belle Époque /

Epistolary acts :Anglo-Saxon letters and early English media /

Chaucer's Book of the duchess :contexts and interpretations /

Chaucer :a European life /

King Richard III :language and writing /

Jane Austen's fiction manuscripts /

English authorship and the early modern sublime :Spenser, Marlowe, Shakespeare, Jonson /

The handbook to the Bloomsbury Group /

Tolkien :maker of Middle-Earth /

Drama and sermon in late medieval England :performance, authority, devotion /

The value of style in fiction /

Reimagining the Middle Passage :Black resistance in literature, television, and song /

Walt Whitman in context /

Heroine of the Harlem Renaissance and beyond :Gwendolyn Bennett's selected writings /

LeAnne Howe at the intersections of Southern and Native American literature /

The action-adventure heroine :rediscovering an American literary character, 1697-1895 /

Lyrical liberators :the American antislavery movement in verse, 1831-1865 /

Henrik Ibsen :the man and the mask /

The Library collects children's books to support the Education curriculum. 

The Juvenile Collection also includes Young Adult fiction such as Harry Potter, and John Green.

 

Lump Lump and the Blanket of Dreams :inspired by Navajo culture and folklore /

Disaster strikes! :the most dangerous space missions of all time /

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