In this detailed biography of Napoleon, Polish historian Adam Zamoyski gives us a balanced view of his character: not a hero, but not a villain, either. Zamoyski focuses on Napoleon's formative years and personal life, not so much on the battles, although that is covered as well.
The engineering librarians at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library are pleased to announce that some engineering textbooks for the Winter 2020 semester are available to you in full text online through Library subscriptions.
A project team charged with providing staff training activities approached the project assessment with an iterative design lens, allowing for responsive and timely development of multiple opportunities for staff engagement around organizational and personal change. The team tried out different assessment techniques related to the opportunities offered.
The Personal Digital Archiving zine is now available in the Digital Preservation Lab and in Shapiro Library Design Lab's Design-o-Matic 4000 vending machine!
Join us today for our December Special Collections After Hours open house! You are all invited to explore a great variety of early printed books containing illustrations of the human body that reflect the science of dissection as well as the latest artistic theories in early modern Europe. The display will include richly illustrated treatises by well-known authors such as Leonardo da Vinci and Andreas Vesalius. Refreshments. Time: 4:00-6:00 pm. Location: Special Collections Research Center....
Classicist Mary Beard writes, in two brief essays, about how the voices of powerful women in Western civilization have been suppressed though the years, from ancient times to the present day. She gives examples throughout history, from the ancient Greeks to the present.
Did you know that the month of December is officially designated for learning a second language? Snag a book for break to brush up on your language skills or start learning something completely new!
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