Nonfiction

From Sea to Shining Sea: Illinois

Date: 
2001
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From Sea to Shining Sea puts you on the right track. Each title is your ticket for a tour of one of the states or territories of the United States.
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English
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0516223208
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West Side Stories By the Students of Crown Community Academy of Fine Arts Under the Direction of Miss Nancy A. Valente

Location

2128 S Saint Louis Ave
60623 Chicago
United States
US
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Zine, West Side Stories
Date: 
1992
Abstract: 
The students of Crown Community Academy of Fine Arts, under the direction of Miss Nancy A. Valente (Miss V.) created and compiled students' poems, stories and art in a literary entitled "West Side Stories". The work ranges from humorous literature to a poem between long distance lovers.
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English
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Lost in Darkness: JOT Writers on Home, Housing and Homelessness

Location

1313 East 60th Street
60637 Chicago
United States
US
Date: 
Spring 2002
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"Lost in Darkness" speaks to the voices never heard, the stories never told. The voices of those with no guarantee of hearth and home. Books on housing usually don't make the best-seller lists. Housing isn't "sexy". You won't hear these stories in the late-night on Letterman or Leno. But many of us are just a couple of paychecks away from the street. Recent studies have confirmed it: Twenty-first Century Chicago faces an alarming crisis - a severe shortage of affordable house. This collection captures the real, human stories of housing and homelessness. The words of human beings who shuffle, invisible, through half-lives of bus shelters, viaducts and abandoned basements.
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English
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Sliced Bread Magazine: A collection of Student Art and Writing at the University of Chicago

Location

5706 S Universtiy Avenue
60637 Chicago
United States
US
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Zine, Sliced Bread
Date: 
Fall 2014
Edition: 
Volume: 
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Fall 2014
Abstract: 
The best thing since sliced bread only, you can't eat it. It's a literary magazine. Sliced Bread has provided a space for University of Chicago students to share their creative work, ranging from short stories and poems to visual ration all its incarnations.
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English
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Sliced Bread Magazine: A collection of Student Art and Writing at the University of Chicago

Location

5706 S Universtiy Avenue
60637 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Sliced Bread
Date: 
Fall 2014
Edition: 
Volume: 
Issue: 
Fall 2014
Abstract: 
The best thing since sliced bread only, you can't eat it. It's a literary magazine. Sliced Bread has provided a space for University of Chicago students to share their creative work, ranging from short stories and poems to visual ration all its incarnations.
Language: 
English
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Sliced Bread Magazine: A collection of Student Art and Writing at the University of Chicago

Location

5706 S Universtiy Avenue
60637 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Sliced Bread
Date: 
Fall 2014
Edition: 
Volume: 
Issue: 
Fall 2014
Abstract: 
The best thing since sliced bread only, you can't eat it. It's a literary magazine. Sliced Bread has provided a space for University of Chicago students to share their creative work, ranging from short stories and poems to visual ration all its incarnations.
Language: 
English
Notes: 
Format: 
Website: 

Sliced Bread Magazine: A collection of Student Art and Writing at the University of Chicago

Location

5706 S Universtiy Avenue
60637 Chicago
United States
US
Catalog Number: 
Zine, Sliced Bread
Date: 
Fall 2014
Edition: 
Volume: 
Issue: 
Fall 2014
Abstract: 
The best thing since sliced bread only, you can't eat it. It's a literary magazine. Sliced Bread has provided a space for University of Chicago students to share their creative work, ranging from short stories and poems to visual ration all its incarnations.
Language: 
English
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Chicago on Foot Walking Tours of Chicago's Architecture

Date: 
1977
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The book begins with a map of the city, showing the location of each walk. Individual maps of the walks, the walking time, and an index of the buildings and architects make this book a useful guide.
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English
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0-528-81794-9
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Fwd: Museums Issue 4 Death to Museums

Location

600 S Crescent Avenue
Park Ridge, IL
United States
US
Date: 
2019
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Museums Are Dead. They fell victim to torch-bearing mobs, looters, and the vociferous contempt of political and religious groups. But perhaps also through insular pedagogies, inequitable practices, and a lack of representation or transparency, museums contributed to their own demise. In our current social climate, it has become critical that we, as students, teachers, employees and participants of the museum, reflect on our roles within the white marble walls of the establishments we hold dear. The articles in the following pages represent the curiosity, research, perspective and tenacity required to lay the old museum, to rest in order to allow the new museum to thrive. Together we imagine a future for these institutions untethered from the colonial ties that bind them today. We address the difficult histories of the museum whose past has been marred with racism, sexism, classism, and questionable ethics. In this issue, museum practitioners tackle topics such as repatriation and inequitable labor practices through analysis of media and artifacts. Together we imagine the museum not as a lost cause, but as an opportunity to grow, to learn and to change. Long live museums.
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English
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978-1-7326989-4-9
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Step In, Speak Up: Active Bystander Strategies

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Zine, Step In, Speak Up
Date: 
2015
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This adaptation of Not On My Watch was printed specifically for distribution at Emory University through the Respect Program.
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English
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