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Book
vii, 183 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 27 cm.
  • Introduction - Warren Carter 1 Modernism and its margins - Paul Wood 2 Mexican muralism reconsidered - Warren Carter 3 Artists, institutions and the 'global contemporary' - Gill Perry 4 Art, movement and migration since 1970 - Amy Charlesworth Conclusion - Warren Carter Index -- .
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781526122964 20180430
Ranging from early twentieth century modernist appropriations of non-western art through to the ways in which Mexican muralists in the 1930s negotiated European avant-gardist strategies, and then up to contemporary installation and lens-based practices during the current period of globalisation, this book seeks to understand selected moments in the art of the last one hundred years through the prism of postcolonialism. -- .
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781526122964 20180430
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
x, 259 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • AcknolwedgementsIntroduction1. Exchanging News2. Questions and Answers3. Open Letters4. `A New World'5. Leaving `the World'PostscriptBibliographical EssayNotesIndex.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781421425481 20180618
In Writing to the World, Rachael Scarborough King examines the shift from manuscript to print media culture in the long eighteenth century. She introduces the concept of the "bridge genre, " which enables such change by transferring existing textual conventions to emerging modes of composition and circulation. She draws on this concept to reveal how four crucial genres that emerged during this time-the newspaper, the periodical, the novel, and the biography-were united by their reliance on letters to accustom readers to these new forms of print media. King explains that as newspapers, scientific journals, book reviews, and other new genres began to circulate widely, much of their form and content was borrowed from letters, allowing for easier access to these unfamiliar modes of printing and reading texts. Arguing that bridge genres encouraged people to see themselves as connected by networks of communication-as members of what they called "the world" of writing-King combines techniques of genre theory with archival research and literary interpretation, analyzing canonical works such as Addison and Steele's Spectator, Samuel Johnson's Lives of the Poets, and Jane Austen's Northanger Abbey alongside anonymous periodicals and the letters of middle-class housewives. This original and groundbreaking work in media and literary history offers a model for the process of genre formation. Ultimately, Writing to the World is a sophisticated look at the intersection of print and the public sphere.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781421425481 20180618
Green Library
Book
ix, 281 pages : illustrations, charts ; 22 cm.
  • The rise and fall of "young people"
  • The restless young
  • The "collapse" of "Japan"?
  • The youths who stand up for Japan
  • The great East Japan earthquake and the young people who met expectations
  • The happy youth of a desperate country
  • Supplementary chapter: a conversation with Takeru Satō.
"Young people in present-day Japan, a socially-polarized society, have been reportedly "unhappy." According to statistics, however, 80 percent of them are currely "satisfied" with life. By drawing attention to this very fact, The Happy Youth of a Desperate Country, a magnum opus by acclaimed sociologist Noritoshi Furuichi, has revolutionized the discourse on youth theory in Japan. Containing more than six hundred footnotes, this work offers a probing examination of the portrait of "young people" and serves as the definitive edition for anyone seeking to attain a wide-ranging grasp of Japan and its "young people," from a defining voice of their generation"--Back cover.
SAL3 (off-campus storage)

4. Havana [2017]

Book
1 portfolio (5 leaves of text, 15 photographs) ; in box 42 x 53 x 6 cm
Special Collections
Image
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
Book
viii, 257 pages ; 23 cm
Improvisation is crucial to a wide range of artistic activities most prominently, perhaps, in music, but extending to other fields of experience such as literature and pedagogy. Yet it gets short shrift in both appreciation and analysis of art within education. This is in no small part due to our tendency to view the world in fixed categories and structures that belie our ability to generate creative, groundbreaking responses within and between those structures. The Lived Experience of Improvisation draws on an analysis of interviews with highly regarded improvisers, including Roscoe Mitchell, Pauline Oliveros, and George Lewis. Simon Rose also exploits his own experience as a musician and teacher, making a compelling case for bringing back improvisation from the margins. He argues that improvisation is a pervasive aspect of being human and that it should be at the heart of our teaching and understanding of the world.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781783206735 20170522
Music Library
Image
1 online resource (1 photograph) : color
Image
1 online resource (1 photograph) : color
Book
32 unnumbered pages : 20 black and white illustrations ; 37 cm, 1 photograph : black and white ; image 20 x 20 cm, on sheet 23 x 23 cm.
Contains 20 reproductions of photographs by Roger Ballen. No text except for half title, section titles "Appearances," "Disappearances," "and Reappearances," and colophon. For selections from previously published collections (Boyhood, Dorps, Platteland, Outland, Shadow chamber, Boarding house, Asylum of the birds) including many of these images, see photographer's website: http://www.rogerballen.com/
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
32 unnumbered pages : 15 color illustrations ; 37 cm, 1 photograph : color ; image 23 x 35 cm, on sheet 28 x 36 cm.
Contains 15 double-page four-color reproductions of photographs by Mike Brodie. No text except for title page and colophon.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Image
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)

12. Church walk [2016]

Book
32 unnumbered pages : 21 black and white illustrations ; 37 cm, 1 photograph : black and white ; 28 x 34 cm.
Contains 21 full-page or larger black and white reproductions of photographs, 2012-2015 (originals are bromide prints, C-prints and platinum palladium prints). No text except title page, list of images and colophon.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
32 unnumbered pages : 37 color illustrations ; 37 cm, 1 photograph : color ; 20 x 36 cm.
Contains 37 four-color offset reproductions of photographs, chiefly full-page (image 14 x 24 cm). Images are taken from the 2016 documentary film The Nine, directed by Katy Grannan; assistant director, Hannah Hughes. No text except for colophon.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
xii, 322 pages ; illustrations (some color), still photographic images ; 26 cm.
  • 1. Cell-Free Production of Membrane Proteins in Escherichia coli Lysates for Functional and Structural Studies Ralf-Bernhardt Rues, Erik Henrich, Coilin Boland, Martin Caffrey, and Frank Bernhard 2. Membrane Protein Production in the Yeast, S. cerevisiae Stephanie P. Cartwright, Lina Mikaliunaite, and Roslyn M. Bill 3. Membrane Proteins Production in Escherichia coli: Protocols and Rules Federica Angius, Oana Ilioaia, Marc Uzan, and Bruno Miroux 4. Codon Optimizing for Increased Membrane Protein Production: A Minimalist Approach Kiavash Mirzadeh, Stephen Toddo, Morten H.H. Norholm, and Daniel O. Daley 5. Generation of Tetracycline-Inducible Mammalian Cell Lines by Flow Cytometry for Improved Overproduction of Membrane Proteins Juni Andrell, Patricia C. Edwards, Fan Zhang, Maria Daly, and Christopher G. Tate 6. Membrane Protein Production in Lactococcus lactis for Functional Studies Daphne Seigneurin-Berny, Martin S. King, Emiline Sautron, Lucas Moyet, Patrice Catty, Francois Andre, Norbert Rolland, Edmund R.S. Kunji, and Annie Frelet-Barrand 7. Expression of Viral Envelope Glycoproteins in Drosophila melanogaster S2 Cells Renato Mancini Astray, Sandra Fernanda Suarez-Patino, and Soraia Attie Calil Jorge 8. Leishmania tarentolae as a Promising Tool for Expressing Polytopic and Multi-Transmembrane Spans Eukaryotic Membrane Proteins: The Case of the ABC Pump ABCG6 Lucia Gonzalez-Lobato, Vincent Chaptal, Jennifer Molle, and Pierre Falson 9. Overexpression, Membrane Preparation, and Purification of a Typical Multidrug ABC Transporter BmrA Benjamin Wiseman and Jean-Michel Jault 10. Expression of Eukaryotic Membrane Proteins in Pichia pastoris Lucie Hartmann, Valerie Kugler, and Renaud Wagner 11. Integral Membrane Protein Expression in Saccharomyces cerevisiae Rebba C. Boswell-Casteel, Jennifer M. Johnson, Robert M. Stroud, and Franklin A. Hays 12. High-Throughput Baculovirus Expression System for Membrane Protein Production Ravi C. Kalathur, Marinela Panganiban, and Renato Bruni 13. Small-Scale Screening to Large-Scale Over-Expression of Human Membrane Proteins for Structural Studies Sarika Chaudhary, Sukanya Saha, Sobrahani Thamminana, and Robert M. Stroud 14. Purification of Human and Mammalian Membrane Proteins Expressed in Xenopus laevis Frog Oocytes for Structural Studies Rajendra Boggavarapu, Stephan Hirschi, Daniel Harder, Marcel Meury, Zohre Ucurum, Marc J. Bergeron, and Dimitrios Fotiadis 15. <membrane protein=" solubilization=" and=" composition=" of=" detergent=" complexesmembrane=" complexesKatia Duquesne, Valerie Prima, and James N. Sturgis 16. Detergent-Free Membrane Protein Purification Alice J. Rothnie 17. Conformational Dynamics and Interactions of Membrane Proteins by Hydrogen/Deuterium Mass Spectrometry Eric Forest and Petr Man 18. Lessons from an a-Helical Membrane Enzyme: Expression, Purification, and Detergent Optimization for Biophysical and Structural Characterization Jennifer L. Johnson, Sibel Kalyoncu, and Raquel L. Lieberman 19. Method to Screen Multidrug Transport Inhibitors Using Yeast Over-Expressing a Human MDR Transporter Laura Fiorini and Isabelle Mus-Veteau.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781493936359 20161114
This detailed volume encompasses chapters from leading experts in the area of membrane proteins who describe step-by-step protocols developed these last few years to improve the functional production and stabilization of recombinant integral membrane proteins (IMPs). Membrane proteins play a key role in numerous pathologies such as cancer, cystic fibrosis, epilepsy, hyperinsulinism, and Alzheimer's disease, yet studies on these and other disorders are hampered by a lack of information about the proteins involved. This book sets out to aid researchers in rectifying this situation. Written for the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and up-to-date, Heterologous Expression of Membrane Proteins: Methods and Protocols, Second Edition serves as an ideal guide for scientists attempting to delve deeper into the myriad unique IMP structures.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781493936359 20161114
Science Library (Li and Ma)
Book
6 leaves of text, 22 photographs ; 51 x 61 cm in box 53 x 63 cm
Photo portfolio of contemporary street scenes shot in and around Mexico City.
Special Collections
Book
32 unnumbered pages : 19 black and white illustrations ; 37 cm, 1 photograph : black and white ; image 27 x 27 cm, on sheet 36 x 29 cm.
"The photographs were made on black-and-white medium format film in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Gainesville, Florida in 1969"--Colophon.
Contains 19 reproductions of photographs by Marilyn Minter, most full-page or double-page. Thirteen are of Minter's mother, Honora Elizabeth Laskey Minter, previously published in a series entitled "Coral Ridge Towers"; six are self-portraits. No text except for colophon.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)

17. Ruby every fall [2016]

Book
32 unnumbered pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 37 cm, 1 photograph : color ; image 23 x 18 cm, on sheet 36 x 28 cm.
Illustrated throughout with four-color and black-and-white illustrations and collages composed chiefly of reproductions of photographs by Jim Goldberg of his daughter Ruby Goldberg from her first day in kindergarten, 1998, to her senior year in college, 2014. No text except for title page and colophon (on verso of free back endpaper), both of which are reproduced from handwriting, and handwritten captions on illustrations. Illustrated lining papers are double-page color photographs; illustrations also on recto of free back endpaper.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)
Book
566 p. : ill. ; 21 cm
SAL3 (off-campus storage)
Book
xi, 297 pages : illustrations and still photographic images (black and white, some color) ; 26 cm.
  • 200 million thymocytes and I : a beginner's survival guide to T cell development / Melanie S. Vacchio, Thomas Ciucci, and Rémy Bosselut
  • Development of [gamma] [delta] T cells, the special-force soldiers of the immune system / David L. Wiest
  • Genetic tools to study T cell development by flow cytometry / Thomas Ciucci, Melanie S. Vacchio, and Rémy Bosselut
  • Assessment of T cell development by flow cytometry / Jan Y. M. Lee and Paul E. Love
  • Flow cytometry analysis of thymic epithelial cells and their subpopulations / Izumi Ohigashi and Yousuke Takahama
  • Identifying the spatial relationships of thymic stromal and thymocyte subsets by immunofluorescence analysis / Virgnia Bain and Ellen R. Richie
  • Purification of thymocyte and T cell subsets / Andrea C. Carpenter, Jong Kyong Kim, and Rémy Bosselut
  • Retroviral transduction of T cells and T cell precursors / Amie Simmons and José Alberola-Ila
  • Bone marrow and fetal liver radiation chimeras / Francis A. Flomerfelt and Ronald E. Gress
  • In vitro analyses of T cell effector differentiation / Elizabeth A. Wohlfert [and three others]
  • Studying T cell development in thymic slices / Jenny O. Ross [and three others]
  • FTOC-based analysis of negative selection / Cody A. Cunningham, Emma Teixeiro, and Mark A. Daniels
  • Reconstituted thymus organ culture / Zimu Deng [ and three others]
  • Induction of T cell development in virto by delta-like (Dll)-expressing stromal cells / Mahmood Mohtashami, Payam Zarin, and Juan Carlos Zúñiga-Pflücker
  • In vitro analysis of thymocyte signaling / Cody A. Cunningham, Emma Teixeiro, and Mark A. Daniels
  • Molecular analysis of mouse T cell receptor [alpha] and [beta] gene rearrangements / Levi J. Rupp [ and three others]
  • Intrathymic injection / Sugata Manna and Avinash Bhandoola
  • Analysis of cell proliferation and homeostasis using EdU labeling / Francis A. Flomerfelt and Ronald E. Gress
  • Chracterization and isolation of human T cell progenitors / Inge Van de Walle, Karin Davids, and Tom Taghon
  • Approaches to study human T cell development / Anne-Catherine Dolens, Inge Van de Walle, and Tom Taghon
  • Humanized mice to study human T cell development / Sarah Bonte [and six others]
  • Using the Zebrafish model to study T cell development / Yong Zhang and David L. Wiest.
This volume provides simple and accessible experiment protocols to explore thymus biology. T-Cell Development: Methods and Protocols is divided into three parts presenting short reviews on T cell development, analysis strategies, protocols for cell preparation, flow cytometry analyses, and multiple aspects of thymocyte biology. As a volume in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology series, chapters contain introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible protocols, and tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Concise and easy-to-use, T-Cell Development: Methods and Protocols aims to ensure successful results in the further study of this vital field.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781493928088 20160619
Science Library (Li and Ma)

20. L'amico del cuore [2014]

Book
32 unnumbered pages : black and white illustrations ; 37 cm., 1 photograph : black and white ; 28 x 36 cm.
Art & Architecture Library (Bowes)