by Caroline Akers and Josette Kubicki

Reese Library has recently added new books to their collection:

  • Being Ugly: Southern Women Writers and Social Rebellion                      by Monica Miller
  • Approaches to Teaching the Works of Assia Djebar by Anne Donadey
  • Accelerating on the Curves by Katharine T. Carter & Associates, 2nd edition
  • Arts and the Creation of Mind by Elliot Eisner (ebook)
  • Teaching Meaning in Artmaking by Sydney Walker
  • Talking About Student Art by Terry Barrett
  • Using the Art Museum, 464-1 by Denisee Stone
  • Differentiated Instruction in Art by Heather Fountain
  • Rethinking Curriculum in Art by Stewart Marilyn
  • Assessment in Art Education by Donna Beatie
  • Roots of Art Education Practice by Mary Stankiewicz
  • Cambridge Social History of Modern Ireland by Eugenio Biagini


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