Thursday, 28 March 2013

New books


There are plenty of new books in stock since February when I last did the update.  In photography there are a range of titles, including several new anthologies in the 'Documents of contemporary arts' series, a new book from Reaktion looking at photography and China, and titles by Pieter Hugo, Andreas Gursky, Tom Hunter and Wolfgang Tillmans.  There is also this beautiful book from Japan:

[Burning chrome by
Norihisa Hosaka]


In film and television  we continue to build on our holdings of books relating to international film, with books relating to Latin America, India, Algeria, Southeast Asia, and South Korea; and we also have the fourth edition of the 'Film genre reader' - we have included the full table of contents in the catalogue record with this edition.



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Selected ebooks

All of the following ebooks have been bought on the 'Dawsonera' platform, which will be revamped soon.


MoCap for artists : workflow and techniques for motioncapture / Midori Kitagawa and Brian Windsor

Understanding motion capture for computer animation­ (2e) /­ Alberto Menache

Baudrillard reframed­ : interpreting key thinkers for the arts / Kim Toffoletti

Google and the culture of search­ / by Ken Hillis, Michael Petit, Kylie Jarrett

Cinematography: theory and practice: image making for cinematographers and directors, 2e / Blain Brown

Running the show: the essential guide to being a first assistant director / Liz Gill

Visions of England: class and culture in contemporary cinema / Paul Dave

OAPEN Library

We will also be adding selected items from OAPEN Library to Library Search.  OAPEN Library is an online collection of open access online books.  There are quite a few interesting film titles from Amsterdam University Press, and Manchester University Press amongst others.  Look out for a number of titles by Thomas Elsaesser.