Russel Wright and Handicraft: Transnational Collecting Practices
The Anatomy of the New Jewish Museum, Munich: Traces of the Past and Present
KE EMu and the Future for Natural History Collections
María Consuelo Sendino
Evaluation of Gender Representation of Museum Collection Positions in the United States
Meghan E. Beverung
College and University Archives: Readings in Theory and Practice
edited by Christopher J. Prom and Ellen D. Swain
Reviewed by Amanda Bahr-Evola
Making Digital Cultures: Access, Interactivity, and Authenticity
by Martin Hand
Reviewed by Katharine K. Liu
Letter from the New Editor
Popular 20th Century Office Reprographic Processes—A Guide to Identification and Preservation
Jennifer Hain Teper
The Collection and Exhibition of In Situ Historic Buildings
Yun Shun Susie Chung
The Process and Meaning of Collecting Ethnographic Textiles
Sara B. Marcketti, Jennifer Yurchisin, and Susan J. Torntore
Rehabilitating Old Archaeology Collections with GIS
Jodie A. O’Gorman
The Invisibility of Collections Care Work
Kiersten F. Latham
Things Great and Small: Collections Management Policies
by John E. Simmons
reviewed by Paisley Cato
Collections Online: An Archival Approach to Digitization and Web Accessibility at the Archives of American Art
Karen B. Weiss
Imagining an Indigital Interface: Ara Irititja Indigenizes the Technologies of Knowledge Management
Museums, Do You Copy? Standards on the Care and Handling of Facsimiles Exhibited in Museums
Managing the Commonwealth Block Archaeological Assemblage: an Australian Case Study
Charlotte H.F. Smith and Sarah Hayes
Notes from the Archive: Epistolary Collecting in the University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Collecting Experiences: The Very Idea
The Office Copying Revolution: History, Identification and Preservation
by Ian Batterham Reviewed by Paul Kahan
Museums in a Digital Age Edited
by Ross Parry Reviewed by Susan Fishman-Armstrong
Places of Pain and Shame: Dealing with ‘Difficult Heritage’
Edited by William Logan and Keir Reeves Reviewed by Laurel Racine
Inventory Isn’t Sexy
A National Strategy for the Conservation of Collections
A Legacy at Work: Collections Care Specialists at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Rebecca L. Fifield
A History of The American Jewish Archives 1947 to Present
Rachel M. Howse
Old Poisons, New Problems: A Museum Resource for Managing Contaminated Cultural Materials, by Nancy Odegaard, Alyce Sadongei, and Associates
Digitizing and Imaging Review:
Utah Digital Newspaper Program
Collection Care Training Opportunities: Campbell Center for Historic Preservation Studies
Kathy A. Cyr and Herschell B. Parker
Growth and Development of the Conservation Profession: A Matter of Degrees
Stephen L. Williams
North American Graduate-level Education in Preventive Conservation
Catharine A. Hawks, Bruno P. Pouliot, and Stephen L. Williams
Teaching Risk Management of Collections Internationally
C. Antomarchi, A. Brokerhof, S. Michalski, I. Verger, and R.R. Waller
Surveying Archival Collections and Increasing Public Access: A Practical Case Study in Nebraska
Thomas M. Mooney and Traci J. Robison
Creating Connections: Museums and the Public Understanding of Current Research, edited by David Chittendon, Graham Farmelo, and Bruce Lewenstein
In today’s increasingly dangerous world, threats to your personal safety are everywhere. From acts of terror to mass shootings, and from the unseen (and sometimes virtual) matrix of everyday crime, danger is no longer confined to dark alleys or unstable regions. Potentially life-threatening circumstances can arise anywhere, anytime, and Clint Emerson—former Navy SEAL—wants you to be prepared.
100 Deadly Skills contains proven self-defense skills, evasion tactics, and immobilizing maneuvers—modified from the world of black ops—to help you take action in numerous “worst case” scenarios from escaping a locked trunk, to making an improvised Taser, to tricking facial recognition software. With easy-to-understand instructions and illustrations, Emerson outlines in detail many life-saving strategies and teaches you how to think and act like a member of the special forces.
This complete course in survival teaches you how to prevent tracking, evade a kidnapping, elude an active shooter, rappel down the side of a building, immobilize a bad guy, protect yourself against cyber-criminals, and much more—all using low-tech to “no-tech” methods. Clear, detailed, and presented in an easy-to-understand and execute format, 100 Deadly Skills is an invaluable resource. Because let’s face it, when danger is imminent, you don’t have time for complicated instructions.
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Former Navy SEAL and preeminent American survivalist Cade Courtley delivers step-by-step instructions anyone can master in this illustrated, user-friendly guide. You’ll learn to think like a SEAL and how to:
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The Manual retains its familiar three-part structure, beginning with an overview of the steps in the research and writing process, including formulating questions, reading critically, building arguments, and revising drafts. Part II provides an overview of citation practices with detailed information on the two main scholarly citation styles (notes-bibliography and author-date), an array of source types with contemporary examples, and detailed guidance on citing online resources.
The final section treats all matters of editorial style, with advice on punctuation, capitalization, spelling, abbreviations, table formatting, and the use of quotations. Style and citation recommendations have been revised throughout to reflect the sixteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style. With an appendix on paper format and submission that has been vetted by dissertation officials from across the country and a bibliography with the most up-to-date listing of critical resources available, A Manual for Writers remains the essential resource for students and their teachers.
After fifteen years of keeping notes on the things he's learned, the greats he's played with, and the celebrities he's taught, Phil Gordon has poured every single thing he knows about No Limit Texas Hold'em into this little green book. Taking a page from Harvey Penick's bestselling book of golf wisdom, Phil plays the role of both teacher and student, offering up insightful tips on how to think about poker and how to develop a singular style of play. Through philosophy, psychology, strategy, math, and the knowledge gleaned from playing poker with everyone from T. J. Cloutier and Phil Ivey to Hank Azaria and Ben Affleck, Phil breaks down the game into enlightening instructional tidbits and illustrative anecdotes that inspire the kind of persistence and motivation necessary to improve your game.
A book to rank with Doyle Brunson's Super System and David Sklansky's The Theory of Poker, Phil Gordon's Little Green Book deserves a spot on the shelf of every serious student of the game.
In a handful of nations, virtually all children are learning to make complex arguments and solve problems they’ve never seen before. They are learning to think, in other words, and to thrive in the modern economy. Inspired to find answers for our own children, author and Time magazine journalist Amanda Ripley follows three Americans embedded in these countries for one year. Kim, fifteen, raises $10,000 so she can move from Oklahoma to Finland; Eric, eighteen, trades his high-achieving Minnesota suburb for a booming city in South Korea; and Tom, seventeen, leaves a historic Pennsylvania village for Poland.
Through these young informants, Ripley meets battle-scarred reformers, sleep-deprived zombie students, and a teacher who earns $4 million a year. Their stories, along with groundbreaking research into learning in other cultures, reveal a pattern of startling transformation: none of these countries had many “smart” kids a few decades ago. Things had changed. Teaching had become more rigorous; parents had focused on things that mattered; and children had bought into the promise of education.
There has been over 300 hours of on water research and subsequent data analysis invested in the making of this reference guide. We did the homework so you don’t have to! We feel the breadth of coverage and attention to detail makes this guide the definitive tool in a musky hunters arsenal. The 2nd edition includes thirty (30) new baits covering the majority of lures used by muskie fisherman. You may also have noticed that Drifter Tackle, Inc. is at the helm of bringing you this edition of the most comprehensive trolling guide available to muskie fisherman. With this and all subsequent editions, Drifter will continue to expand the Musky Mike’s library of expert guides on trolling for big game fish; our goal being to provide you with accurate and powerful data that will help you get that next big one in your boat.
Discover how to: avoid common grammatical errors; get to grips with apostrophes; structure sentences correctly; use verbs and find the right tense; and decide when to use slang or formal English.
This short, focused guide presents a dozen such principles based on what readers need in order to understand complex information, including concrete subjects, strong verbs, consistent terms, and organized paragraphs. The author, a biologist and an experienced teacher of scientific writing, illustrates each principle with real-life examples of both good and bad writing and shows how to revise bad writing to make it clearer and more concise. She ends each chapter with practice exercises so that readers can come away with new writing skills after just one sitting.
Writing Science in Plain English can help writers at all levels of their academic and professional careers—undergraduate students working on research reports, established scientists writing articles and grant proposals, or agency employees working to follow the Plain Writing Act. This essential resource is the perfect companion for all who seek to write science effectively.
As a skilled educator, Kendell Easley continues to be surprised at how uninformed students are of basic biblical and theological terms as they enter college and seminary. Further, as a churchman and an active observer of the local church scene, he is persuaded that many people who have been in church all their lives have somehow failed to gain a basic understanding of essential Christian words.
In 52 Words Every Christian Should Know, Easley provides a Bible verse in which each word or concept is used, a succinct definition, and helpful articles further explaining the significance of each entry. Finally, he poses interactive questions to the readers, drawing them closer into a personal relationship with God.
Discover a name you and your baby will love! This book has everything you need to select a great name for your baby!
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• The most accurate astronomical data in the solar system, with best-viewing recommendations for every month
• Safe and easy home remedies for each season’s most common—and uncomfortable—aches and ailments
• Fail-safe gardening tips to ensure a hefty harvest, ideas for using vegetable plants as ornamentals, and tips for gardening by the Moon
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