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1 container (20 sheets and 20 unnumbred folded sheets) : color illustrations ; 21 cm + 1 booklet (59 pages : color illustrations ; 21 cm).
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Database topics
Art, Architecture and Design; Jewish Studies; Religious Studies; Medieval Studies
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1 online resource
"The Bezalel Narkiss Index of Jewish Art is a collection of digitized images and information about Jewish artifacts from all over the world. The online collection includes more than 260,000 images of objects and artifacts from 700 museums, synagogues and private collections in 41 different countries, as well as architectural drawings of 1,500 synagogues and Jewish ritual buildings from antiquity to the modern day."--Hebrew University of Jerusalem e-mail press release, August 9, 2017
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1 computer disc (62 photographs) : color ; 4 3/4 in. Digital: image file. JPEG.
Photographs of the inauguration of Alhaji Dr. Muhammadu Kabir Usman as Emir of Katsina in 1982, plus a scan of a related newspaper article.
Media & Microtext Center
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1 portfolio (38 sheets) : chiefly color illustrations ; 42 x 29 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)

5. [Save our ship] [2017]

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1 sheet : illustrations ; 46 x 26 cm.
"Our 25th broadside is inspired by the women who keep the lights burning in the darkest times. In response to what appears to be America's political and social descent into darkness in the wake of the inauguration of our 45th president, 'Save Our Ship' is a call to hold fast and weather the storm to come. The broadside features 20 women lighthouse keepers from the 18th to 20th centuries in America, Britain, Canada and New Zealand; and a quote from a 19th-century English heroine: 'At the time I believe I had very little thought of anything but to exert myself to the fullest.' - Grace Darling. ... 'Save Our Ship' is printed on black paper with metallic ink and a special glow-in-the-dark ink that emits a soft luminescence after it has been charged in UV light (daylight or bright bulbs)"--Dead Feminists website, viewed April 25, 2017.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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1 sheet : color illustrations ; 46 x 25 cm.
"This piece is a collaboration between Chandler O’Leary of Anagram Press and Jessica Spring of Springtide Press. The series features quotes by historical feminists, tied in with current political and social issues. Each limited-edition broadside is letterpress printed from hand-drawn lettering and illustrations on an antique Vandercook Universal One press. Each piece is printed on archival, 100% rag (cotton) paper, and individually signed and numbered by both artists. A portion of the proceeds of each piece is donated to a cause that aligns with the issue highlighted by the artwork. Jessica and Chandler have released 23 broadsides since the series began in 2008."-- Dead Feminists website, viewed June 28, 2016.
"We created this piece amid a barrage of media and cultural images that urge women to criticize their own appearance. Unsurprisingly, we are taught to find ourselves lacking in one way or many, and to compare ourselves with an impossible ideal. Amid the impossible ideals and immortal tales of the ancient Greeks, one honey-tongued lyrical poet spoke the plain truth. At issue: body image and self-esteem"--Dead Feminists website, viewed June 28, 2016.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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12 cards (4 folded) : illustrations ; 21 cm + 2 folded leaves.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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1 diagram : color
This concept map (or infographic) was designed to highlight the complexity of an individual's information needs when navigating the landscape of biomedical information. Information-seeking pathways can look very different based on the question and needs of the information user. In healthcare, especially, understanding the flow of information can be critical when treating patients, managing costs and quality of care, and adding new and improved insights to the current body of knowledge. Although developed with medical students in mind, this map can be applied to any healthcare audience interested in evidence-based practice.
Medical Library (Lane)
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17 prints : color ; 30 x 42 cm + 3 leaves of text
Iranian photographer Azadeh Akhlaghi reconstructed scenes of the deaths of writers, clerics, and others involved in the Iranian revolution of the late 1970s. She relied on news reports and witnesses to recreate the scenes using actors, as no documentary photographs of these events exist. The photographs were first exhibited in Paris and Tehran in 2012.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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102 sheets : color illustrations ; 44 x 28 cm, in box (46 x 31 x 2 cm)
"This cloth-bound box set documents the first 18 years and 100 posters in the Celebrate People's History Poster series. The posters are rooted in the do-it-yourself tradition of mass-produced and distributed political propaganda, but detourned to embody principles of democracy, inclusion, and group participation in the writing and interpretation of history. It's rare today that a political poster is celebratory, and when it is, it almost always focuses on a small canon of male individuals: MLK, Ghandi, Che, or Mandela. Rather than create another exclusive set of heroes, I've generated a diverse set of posters that bring to life successful moments in the history of social justice struggles. To that end, I've asked artists and designers to find events, groups, and people who have moved forward the collective struggle of humanity to create a more equitable and just world. The posters tell stories from the subjective position of the artists, and are often the stories of underdogs, those written out of history. The goal of this project is not to tell a definitive history, but to suggest a new relationship to the past"--Justseeds Artists' Cooperative website, August 4, 2016.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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102 flash cards : color ; case 11 x 18 x 3 cm
Green Library
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1 poster : color illustration ; 73 x 52 cm
East Asia Library
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20 unnumbered postcards : color illustrations ;18 cm + 1 folded sheet.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
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1 scroll : color illustration ; 27 x 458 cm + 1 sheet
East Asia Library
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2 text leaves, 68 prints : screen prints, engravings, and electrographs, some with colors, on various papers in cardboard portfolio ; sheets 28 x 22 cm, portfolio 30 x 23 x 3 cm
  • 0. Juan Chávez / Mario Martínez
  • 1. Yaqui / Susana González
  • 2. Kumiai / Mariana Sasso
  • 3. Mayo / El Pinche Grabador
  • 4. Cucapá / Grabiel
  • 5. Tohono O'odham / Victor Mora
  • 6. Raramuri / Alejandro Cruz
  • 7. Kikapú / Ixchel Silva "Tetera"
  • 8. Pame / Andrés Ordáz
  • 9. Totonaca / Jainite Silvestre
  • 10. Popoluca / Eduardo Martínez
  • 11. Nahua / Argelia Leodegario
  • 12. Maya Peninsular / Enrique Pérez
  • 13. Binizáa / Nadia Mandujano
  • 14. Mixteco / Carlos Zapeda
  • 15. Hñähñü / Mario Martínez
  • 16. Mazateco / Antonio Enríquez
  • 17. Purépecha / Mario Martínez
  • 18. Mixe / Asdrubal Torres Ortíz
  • 19. Chinanteco / Elizabeth Mota Rico
  • 20. Mazahua / Travis
  • 21. Me'phaa / Violeta Juárez
  • 22. Téenek / Nadia Mandujano
  • 23. Chontal / Homy Martínez
  • 24. Amuzgo / Martha Franco
  • 25. Ópata / Tania Miroslava
  • 26. Solteco / Wilfrido Salvador
  • 26. Solteco / Norma Esmeralda
  • 27. Chatino / Isabel Tello
  • 28. Papabuco / Sara Kiara
  • 29. Triqui / Nancy
  • 30. Cora / Joel Martínez
  • 31. Cuicateco / Gabriela Morac
  • 32. Mame / Gran Om
  • 33. Huave / Ángeles González
  • 34. Tepehuano / Hector Valencia
  • 35. Matlatzinca / Carlos Bautista
  • 36. Chichimeca / Zamer
  • 37. Guarijío / Emilia López
  • 38. Chuj / Jhovany Rodríguez
  • 39. Jacalteco / Oscar Navarro
  • 40. Lacandón / Polo Vallejo
  • 41. Comca'ac / Gandhi Noyola
  • 42. Wixárika / Nadia Mandujano
  • 43. Kanjobal / Fredi Eliosa "Kaeffe"
  • 44. Chocho / Catmile Jamile
  • 45. Tacuate / El Dante
  • 46. Ocuilteco / Don Chez
  • 47. Kekchí / Andrea Narno Híjar
  • 48. Ixcateco / Luis Lezama
  • 49. Motocintleco / Jorge Brandon
  • 50. Quiché / Yusiel López Baltazar
  • 50. Quiché / Projecto La Mal Hablada
  • 51. Kakchiquel / Andalalucha
  • 52. Paipai / Claudia Vázquez
  • 53. Pápago / Elmer Sosa
  • 54. Cochimí / Abraham Pérez
  • 55. Ixil / Isk Gráfica
  • 56. Kiliwa / Iseo Noyola Isgleas
  • 57. Aguacateco / Omar Navía
  • 58. Chol / Nancy Valdéz
  • 59. Tzotzil / Hortensia Aguilera
  • 60. Zoque / Enrique Díaz
  • 61. Tojolabal / Grabiel
  • 62. Tzeltal / Víctor Díaz González
  • 63. Afrodescendientes / Nancy
  • 64. EZLN / Jesús Quintanar
  • 65. CNI / Taller Gráfica de Lucha
  • 66. Standing Rock / Chezar Dubinin
68 prints by different artists and artist collectives about the history and present experience of indigenous peoples in Mexico.
Special Collections

16. Papalote [2016]

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1 kite : silk screen on paper with wood supports ; 54 x 67 cm
Special Collections
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1 portfolio (17 prints) : black and white linocuts ; image 30 x 22 cm, on sheet 38 cm x 28 cm + 1 linoleum block (30 x 23 cm)
  • "Guerrero Nahuatlaca" Morelos
  • "El Nahual Coyote" Tenextepango
  • "El Nahual" Jojutla
  • "El Soldado Zapatista" Tlaltizapan
  • "Chinelos de Tlayacapan"
  • "Chinelos" Tepoztlán
  • "Zapata" Anenecuilco
  • "General Otilio Montaño" Mapaxtlán
  • "Feliciano Polanco" Tlayacapan
  • "Chucho el Muerto. Autor Sones del Chinelo" Tlayacapan
  • "General Genovevo de la O" Ahuacatitlan
  • "Ruben Jaramillo" Xochicalco
  • "Mascarero" Tlayacapan
  • "Coronel Cristino Santamaría" Tlayacapan
  • "Autorretrato" Tlayacapan.
Special Collections

18. [Song of Aloha] [2016]

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1 sheet : color illustrations ; 46 x 26 cm.
"This hand-pulled letterpress print is printed from hand-lettered original typography and hand-drawn illustrations and patterns. This piece was created in memory of a vanished world, and as a reminder of the shared responsibility for protecting our communties and environment. Our 24th broadside is printed in a tropical rainbow of colors, and depicts the lush flora and unique fauna of Hawai'i. Plumeria and hibiscus bloom, while leaves and fronds stand in silhouette in homage to traditional Hawaiian quilt motifs. At the center of the design is Queen Lili'uokalani herself, wearing a sash of royal yellow, her signature brooch, a necklace of shells and a Kamehameha butterfly in her hair. As a symbol of the vanished Hawaiian monarchy, every bird pictured is an extinct Hawaiian species. Hidden in the design are 'Iolani Palace and a line of music from Lili'uokalani's famous composition, 'Aloha 'Oe.' This piece marks the inauguration of the Dead Feminists Fund"--Dead Feminists WWW site, viewed October 27, 2016.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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41 postcards : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 16 x 12 x 3 cm + 3 pamphlets (16 cm)
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
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1 poster : color ; 42 x 64 cm
Green Library