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- Angewandte Chemie Int. Editio...
- Electronic Media
Angewandte Chemie Int. Edition in English.:
- All the Buildings on Burnet R...
All the Buildings on Burnet Road:
A photography and artist book project about an often-traveled but rarely thought about 14-mile stretch of road in Austin, Texas. The book appropriates the form of Ed Ruscha's 1966 ALL THE BUILDINGS ON THE SUNSET STRIP to document all the structures and spaces of an unmythologized, unremarkable landscape. An edition of 12.
Author/creator/photographer is a UT Graduate. The book is about Austin.
- Aikoku fujin ＝The patriotic...
- Social Sciences
Aikoku fujin ＝The patriotic ladies: 2008
This is a reprint from 1902-1912. This journal is the official organ of "Aikoku fujinkai", the first national level Japanese women's organization.
This resource is important to studies of modern Japanese history, women's studies, social history, literary history, education, gender studies.