Between 1993 and 2007, Arthur Secunda, an internationally renowned artist, created approximately 140 monotypes illustrating versus of the Torah and Old Testament. Monotypes are original paintings created on a non-absorbent surface which subsequently are transferred to paper in a printing/pressing process. Over 130 of these monotypes have been acquired by the Arthur Secunda Museum at Cleary University, Howell, MI. This is a full-color catalog of the Secunda Biblical narrative monotypes in the Museum collection. This artwork and book has been a collaborative effort of a Jew, Christian, and Muslim.
The Arab-American Experience
in the United States and Canada:
A Classified, Annotated Bibliography:
This bibliography is the first comprehensive attempt to identify, organize, evaluate and describe the extensive literature on the Arab community in the United States and Canada -- a particularly timely topic. The author, Michael W. Suleiman, spent twenty-five years compiling this immensely valuable resource.
Recent Library Literacy Resources
No. 36: Information Literacy and the Technological Transformation of Higher Education: Papers and Documents of the ACRL Instruction Section Think Tank III. These proceedings continue a long tradition of focused discussion on the future direction of library instruction in higher education.
No. 35: Reflective Teaching: A Bridge to Learning: Selected Papers Presented at the Thirty-First National LOEX Library Instruction Conference Held in Madison Wisconsin. This volume looks at the essentials of instruction: teaching and learning; and the integral step of self-assessment.
For further information on titles in this series -- or to print this poster -- please see Books :: Library Literacy.