No Small Journeys. Adams Robert No Small Journeys relates to a series of photographs of Denver and its suburbs near the Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Plant, a version of which was published by Aperture under the title Our Lives and our Children in 1983. In recent years, Adams felt
Why We Got the Sack from the Museum. Shrigley David I never really wanted to be this kind of artist, but now that I am, I quite like it, Shrigley says, maybe its because I can now make a living from it, but I really enjoy doing my drawings as much as watching telly. Well, more than Taggart anyway,
Calendar Girl: Volume Three. Carlan A. Mia Saunders journey continues in the third wicked hot anthology of the Calendar Girl Series! In the next three months, Mia heads to Miami, Texas, and her hometown, Las Vegas.
In July, she serves as the seductress in a music video to platinum
Dermatoscopy in Clinical Practice. Micali Giuseppe Dermatoscopy has been heavily promoted to dermatologists as the front line in detecting skin cancer early and easily. However, this technology also has other uses in everyday dermatologic practice.
Dermatoscopy in Clinical Practice shows those
Making Sense Of Lung Function Tests. Dakin Jonathan Respiratory problems are the most common cause of acute admission to hospital. A variety of diagnostic investigations are required, both for acute and clinic assessment. Making Sense of Lung Function Tests, Second Edition familiarises both trainees
The hidden people of Iceland. Gunnell Terry Through unique drawings and informative text, insight is given into the complex world of elves, goblins and hidden people, who appears to humans as much in dreams as in normal
Attack on Titan 13. Isayama Hajime At great cost to the Garrison and the Survey Corps, Commander Erwin has managed to recover Eren from the Titans who tried to carry him off. But during the battle, Eren manifested yet another power he doesn’t understand. As Eren and Krista find new
Cherry Blossoms. The cherry blossom is a symbol of evanescent beauty in Japan, and its soft pink colorations have been explored countless times by Japanese artists throughout history. Featuring the work of Kyoto kimono design masters, this volume offers splendid
Chicago. Scott Jordan Harris This title is elegantly designed and packed with evocative film stills, location info and maps. It is affordable and collectable. It offers a range of a high-profile professional contributors, some of whom are Chicagoan critics. The book provides an
Paris. Фотоальбом. Мишуков В. В альбом вошли фотографии Парижа, сделанные Владимиром Мишуковым.
Born in 1969 and based in Moscow, Russia. The photographer Vladimir Mishukov obtained his BA at the Russian Academy of Theatre Arts in 1995. His first exhibition People for people was
London. Фотоальбом. Xenia McBell Born in 1985 in Saint-Petersburg, Russia, Xenia McBell currently lives and works in London. She studied Philology at Saint Petersburg State University, Russia (2005); Economics at the University of Surrey, Guildford, UK (2009); and Photography at
50 Shades. Lauren Goldstein Crowe This unique book immortalizes 50 of the coolest icons from the worlds of film, music, politics, literature, and fashion. They are some of the most glamorous and infamous people in public life from the most stylish decades of modern history.
Preserving Complex Digital Objects. Dobreva Milena This ground-breaking edited collection explores the challenges of preserving complex digital objects such as simulations, visualisations, digital art and video games. Drawing on the outputs of the JISC-funded Preservation of Complex Objects (POCOS)
Sustainability of Scholarly Information. Chowdhury G.G. This landmark text represents the first attempt to discuss the sustainable development of digital information in three key aspects: economic, social and environmental sustainability. Taking as its starting point the premise that digital information
Vive Les Punitions !. Jimenes Guy M. Barillet, notre maître, a la fâcheuse manie de nous donner des punitions. A la moindre erreur, au plus petit retard, il nous bombarde de lignes à copier ! Avec Nicolas, Arnaud, Lætitia et les copains, nous avons
Human Heredity in the Twentieth Century. Gausemeier Bernd This collection of essays looks at how human heredity was understood between 1900 and the late 1970s. Developments are explored across three themed sections: concepts, practices and institutions. The contributors explore the interaction of science,
Road Atlas: France. Fully revised and updated for 2014, this specialist A4 road atlas designed for the British motorist in France includes 32 city center plans to help you find your way in and around busy centers. There is a 12-page route planner, 10 large scale
Copyright in A Global Information Economy. Copyright in a Global Information Economy explores the full range of copyright law and its relationship to technological innovations and globalization. Written with precision and clarity, this ambitious yet manageable casebook elucidates the
Clip, Stamp, Fold. An explosion of little architectural magazines in the 1960s and 1970s instigated a radical transformation in architectural culture, as the magazines acted as a site of innovation and debate. Clip/Stamp/Foldtakes stock of seventy little magazines
Wisdom Stories. Wu Min Chinese classic stories have inherited and passed on the abundant historic treasury of the Chinese nation that has been accumulated over several thousand years, mirroring the politics, military affairs, culture, folk customs, prevailing moral
Ralf Mitsch: Why I Love Tattoos. Through more than 50 portraits of inspiring people who tell the story behind their tattoos, photographer Ralf Mitsch delves into a personal fascination with adorning ones own body with permanent ink. As a teenager in the 1980s, he noticed how those
Introduction to Information Behaviour. Ford Nigel This landmark textbook is the essential resource for students, academics and researchers globally exploring information behaviour, users and information literacy. Drawing on international research, practice and theory across sectors this provides
Error and Uncertainty in Scientific Practice. Assessment of error and uncertainty is a vital component of both natural and social science. Empirical research involves dealing with all kinds of errors and uncertainties yet there is significant variance in how such results are dealt with.
The Globalization of Space: Foucault and Heterotopia. The work of Michel Foucault has been influential in the analysis of space in a variety of disciplines, most notably in geography and politics. This collection of essays is the first to focus on what Foucault termed ‘heterotopias’, spaces that
Why Race and Gender Still Matter: An Intersectional Approach. Intersectionality, the attempt to bring theories on race, gender, disability and sexuality together, has existed for decades as a theoretical framework. The essays in this volume explore how intersectionality can be applied to modern philosophy, as
Soul. Carlan A. I was a dead woman.
I’d finally had a glimpse of true love, admiration, and the kind of devotion only your soulmate, your other half, could provide…until it was physically ripped away.
My stalker had me, and there was little hope I’d be