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The AAEL's comics and graphic novels collection also includes scholarship about comics! This post introduces Drawn from the Classics, one of our recent additions to the collection: it's all about graphic adaptations of classic literature. If you're interested in adaptations, we've got everything from ancient epics to Victorian novels to World War II and more!
Here are some suggestions from librarians here at the Art, Architecture & Engineering Library for interesting reading in the areas of architecture, art & design, and engineering.
The AAEL Recreational Reading collection has a new location on the 2nd floor, and is now organized by genre.
A Pop-up Library will be making its rounds in the Stamps hallways and studios.
I wanted to let you know about my new Tumblr "Selfies in the Stacks" at http://selfiesinthestacks.tumblr.com . The idea of this Tumblr is to encourage students to experience the joys of seeing actual, physical books in the library. The selfies were part of a library project for Beth Hay's Methods of Inquiry class. Check it out and please submit your own selfie in the stacks!
Our friends at The University of Michigan Press have released Silent Hill: The Terror Engine, the latest volume in their Landmark Video Game series.
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