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House of Holy Fools: A Family Portrait in Six Cracked Parts
"House of Holy Fools: A Family Portrait in Six Cracked Parts" concerns the grace and genius of author Amy Biancolli's '85 grandparents--music critic Louis Biancolli and violinist Jeanne Mithcell Biancolli- and her sister Lucy, an aspiring painter. All three of Biancolli's family members died within 26 months of each other between 1992 and 1994; Biancolli captivates the lives of her family members and her coveted relationships with them. "Written with humor and hope, it is a memoir of music, madness, miracles, faith and the insistent tug of life in the face of grief and death," writes Biancolli. More ...
Preparing Educators for Online Writing Instruction: Principles and Processes
A guide for educators teaching in the ever-evolving online environment. “Drawing on current thinking in rhetoric and composition, adult education, and e-learning, and incorporating their own experiences with a variety of online instructional contexts, including the online learning provider Smarthinking, Inc., the authors demonstrate how five important pedagogical principles can inform effective online instructor training.” More ...
The Clinton Comets: An EHL Dynasty
Described as “a comprehensive history of the glory years of the Clinton Comets,” it is the story of Clinton, New York’s own professional hockey team during the era (1954-73) when “old-time hockey” was at its best. Thanks to the team, a member of the Eastern Hockey League, Clinton became known as “the biggest little hockey town in the U.S.A.” This volume is replete with a detailed statistical compendium but unfortunately no index. The co-author, a Utica native, biologist and rabid hockey fan, resides with his wife and two sons in Cooperstown, N.Y. More ...
An Educator Reminisces
Valedictorian of the Class of 1934 and a veteran teacher and counselor, the author recalls in a wide-ranging fashion his Lebanese roots, coming of age in the Utica area, education at Hamilton and beyond, and his subsequent career in Utica high schools. In addition to the autobiographical information it contains, the book is a small but valuable contribution to local history. More ...
Tennis Bibliography 1874-2000
Compiled with Gordy Sabine, this is a monumental bibliographical achievement that must have taken many years and much labor to complete. A catalogue of English-language literature of tennis (formerly known as lawn tennis) through 125 years, it contains more than 3,200 citations accessed by author, subject, title and year. It will no doubt long remain an invaluable resource for any research library as well as all serious students of the game. Frank Phelps, whose erudition regarding the history of tennis is wide-ranging and profound, has given enduring expression to his own love of the game through this impressive work. More ...
Ted Williams: A Biography
Ted Williams was the last player to hit .400 in the Major Leagues and Ted Williams: A Biography is the story of a man “whose mission was to become the greatest hitter of all time.” Markusen tells this story, from Williams’ beginning with the Boston Red Sox to his end as a Major League manager. Talented yet unpleasant to his fans and the media, Williams “forged an indelible image in the minds of baseball fans.” More ...
Dima's Dog School: The Foolproof New Way to Train Your Dog
Dima’s Dog School takes an innovative approach to dog training. Whereas most dog trainers focus on how to force dogs into taking orders, Dima’s approach is about convincing your dog to act in a pleasing manner by speaking dog. This book will help the reader understand why dogs behave the way they do and how dog owners can help their dogs overcome their bad habits by engaging them in dialogue and teaching them to be good because they want to be. More ...
Geology of the American Southwest: A Journey through Two Billion Years of Plate-Tectonic History
An introduction to the geology of the Southwestern United States, ideal for students of the subject as well as anyone with more than just a casual interest in the natural wonders of the region. The author is a research scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and an adjunct professor at the University of New Mexico. His book is dedicated with great appreciation to Professor Emeritus Donald B. Potter, who, “throughout his 34 years of teaching undergraduate students at Hamilton College…sought to instill in them a love for geology and an appreciation of the importance of science in a liberal arts education.” More ...
Joyce and Reality: The Empirical Strikes Back
This impressively researched monograph offers new takes on the reading of James Joyce. In it, the author, a professor of English at Connecticut College, explores in depth, through Joyce’s work leading up to Finnegans Wake, “the evolution of Joycean reality and the Joycean strategies for expressing and dramatizing it.” More ...
Off-the-Shelf: Fabric Painting
All the information you need to create your own painted fabrics, presented in a guidebook handsomely illustrated in full color. It contains 30 step-by-step recipes for success, and covers 15 painting techniques. The author-artist, who began painting fabric that she had woven herself, and later discovered quilting, “makes the art of fabric-painting very accessible to everyone, regardless of their level of experience.” More ...
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