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Facing Black Star
by Thierry Gervais and Vincent Lavoie
by Sam Dolbear and Esther Leslie
Making Art Work
by W. Patrick McCray
Deserting from the Culture Wars
Edited by Maria Hlavajova and Sven Lütticken
Think Tank Aesthetics
by Pamela M. Lee
Mission Moon 3-D
by David J. Eicher and Brian May
Foreword by Charlie Duke
Afterword by Jim Lovell
Tales from the Embassy
by Dave Tomlin
The Unreliable Nation
by Edward Jones-Imhotep
Science and Technology in the Global Cold War
Edited by Naomi Oreskes and John Krige
A Landscape History of New England
Edited by Blake Harrison and Richard W. Judd
Afterword by John Elder