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61. NewMusicBox News And Views- The Web Mag From The American Music Center Covering
Award winners and the groups cosponsoring this biographies courtesy of the Koussevitzky Foundations. pulitzer prize-winning composer Melinda Wagner receives a

62. National Geographic Recommended Photography Links
Awards The pulitzer prizes This site is work and profiles of Pulitizer prize winners, past and firstplace still and video winners are invited
Home Site Index Customer Service Shop MAGAZINES: National Traveler Adventure NG Kids NG Explorer TV AND FILM: Channel (U.S.) Channel (Intl) Explorer GUIDES: Adventure and Animals and History and Maps and News Photography Travel For Kids For Students For Teachers Complete Site Site Index Subscribe Shop Photography Links
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Digital Photography
History of Photography
... Workshops
General Resources
National Press Photographers Association Digital Gallery

This site includes valuable links to sites developed by press photographers, as well as educational programs, publications, and member services.
Nerd World: Photography
PhotoForum This site provides useful links to photo lists of all sorts: galleries, photojournalists, societies, manufacturers, 3-D, individuals and organizations, FAQ lists, photography articles, other Web sites, news, travel tips, course information, and directions for joining the mailing list. Note particularly the links to current workshops and university training. Awards The Pulitzer Prizes

63. University Of St. Thomas Libraries * OSF Library Comprehensive Fund Policy
Award winners pulitzer prize (the winner in every category and poetry winners); Booker prize winner; Minnesota Book Awards (selected winners.).
O'Shaughnessy-Frey and Keffer Libraries
Comprehensive Fund Policy The O'Shaughnessy-Frey and Keffer Libraries Comprehensive Fund can be used to acquire materials that fall in the categories listed below. Even though these materials may not directly support coursework, selection of these items should be within the guidelines set forth in the UST Libraries Collection Development Policy
  • Materials suitable and/or necessary for the circulating collection which would be outside the responsibilities of the subject round tables. Examples:
    • General academic books, including introductory surveys of subjects that aren't necessarily taught at St. Thomas; books on issues or current events topics in which students would be interested; materials for the "educated layman" or "cultural literacy" materials. Fiction, including selected titles from "best books of the year" lists (such as the New York Times, Times Literary Supplement, Village Voice), and other works that follow the guidelines listed above under "general academic books." Scholarly biographies that are not necessarily identified with coursework in an academic discipline (for example, Charles Lindbergh); regional biographies of significance; and other scholarly biographies that follow the guidelines listed above under "general academic books."

64. PCLS REF - Links: Literature & Books
The pulitzer Prizes, established by the willed gift of categories include award winners for children or Resource Center offers biographies, bibliographies and
  • Author Information
  • Awards in Literature
  • Bibliographic Citation Styles
  • Book Clubs ...
  • Sequels and Series
  • Author Information
    a.k.a. - Author Pseudonyms
    Author pseudonyms, aliases, nicknames, working names, legalized names, pen names, noms des plumes, maiden names...etc. (from Steve at Trussel's EclecticCity.)
    Reviews and author interviews of new book releases. Includes back issues from January 1996, searchable by keyword. (From
    Contemporary Authors, Contemporary Literary Criticism, Dictionary of Literary Biography - Gale
    Contemporary Authors offers biographical and critical information on a large number of authors living since 1960. Dictionary of Literary Biography gives informtion on authors from throughout history.
    (Access to these databases is currently valid from Pierce County Library building terminals, or from "Databases" remote access with a valid library card.)
    Famous Writer's Resources - from Nerd World Media(TM)
    Searches and links to pages on many famous writers. (Nerd World Media.)
    Literary Index - Gale
    A free online index
    (Pierce County Library patrons can access full text Gale's Literary Resource Center online from PCLS branch buildings, or from

    65. TeacherSource . Recommended Links . Arts & Literature | PBS
    prizes, The Search the database of pulitzer prize winners since 1917. You can find winners and nominated finalists by the background of the man and the prize.
    search options
    Friday, June 11, 2004
    Recommended Links
    Archived Recommendations
    Reference and Research
    "Do We" Really Know Dewey?

    From the Nettleton Intermediate School in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Made for kids, by kids. This ThinkQuest winning site assists with learning the Dewey Decimal System. Learn about the man, Melvil Dewey, who created the Dewey system for cataloging books. The site includes a pre-Dewey review to assist students distinguishing between fiction and non-fiction and some common library vocabulary. As the reader advances through the pages, the difficulty level increases.
    100 Words That All High School Graduates - And Their Parents - Should Know

    Your parents may have had Bergen-Evans words, but this list will get you started on your own lesson on orthography. Each term includes an audio clip so your own pronunciation won't sound deleterious. Many words are related to science and math but one new word, Euro, wasn't on your parents' high school vocabulary list. Make this a quotidian exercise, and you'll add new vocabulary and spelling to your own mental dictionary.
    19th Century Schoolbooks

    You can investigate this online collection of 33 early textbooks for students in the 1800s. Page images and searchable text allow viewers to browse through our ancestors’ textbooks that are rare and often too fragile to handle. Try to find a book for your own grade level, such as the McGuffey’s Readers, primers in language, geography, history, and the human body, and compare them to your current textbooks. Maybe your schoolbooks aren’t so bad after all!

    66. Sources
    The Nobel prize Internet Archive Site has information on past winners of the Nobel The pulitzer prizes Find out who won the Pulitizer prize each year and
    Free Web site hosting - Web Hosting - Choose an ISP NetZero High Speed Internet ... Dial up $14.95 or NetZero Internet Service $9.95 Here's a few places to check if you need more in depth information. This section of the site is divided into fourdifferent categorizes: General Sites Sites relating to Specific Events (ie. Crash of '29) Sites relating to people of the time and Textbooks Used General Sites History Place : A wonderful site that has information on everything from the American Revolution to World War II. Although it is primarly concerned with American events. Info Please : Another wonderful site that has information on every olympic game and more. History Channel: Milestones of the Millenium : This site contains info on the many milestones in sports, literature, science, etc. Very good site; however, information covers the 100 of the most important events over one thousand years, so has little information on the Inter-War Years. HyperHistory Online : A timeline that reaches back to 1000 B.C. It is colour-coded, so that it easy to understand. Very intersting site. The United States History Index : Contains various timelines, biographies of individuals and lots more information. Relatively good site; however, it does deal with

    67. Electronic Reference Sources: General And Miscellaneous Resources (Rutgers Unive
    pulitzer Prizes The official site, it includes both a archive of past winners and nominees. language, research (encyclopedias, biographies, quotations, phone
    @import url(/rul/includes/rul-style2.css); Stephanie Bartz
    Reference/Government Publications Librarian

    February 13, 2004 Electronic Reference Sources: General and Miscellaneous Resources
    Libraries Home

    Hours and Directions

    Ask a Librarian

    Advanced Users
    ... Other Reference Web Pages
    Arthur S. Flemming Awards
    Complete listing from 1948 for this award, honoring outstanding Federal government employees recognized by the President of the United States, agency heads, and the private sector.
    (Internet Movie Database)
    Recent and historical information on hundreds of award ceremonies and film festivals including the Academy Awards, the Emmy Awards, the Cannes Film Festival, the British Academy Awards, the Golden Globes, and many other motion picture awards.
    A collection of lists of literary award winners, with an emphasis on science fiction awards.
    Book Awards (BookSpot)
    Links to web sites which provide information and listings for the major U.S. and Canadian book awards. Included are the Booker Prize, Caldecott Medal, National Book Awards, Newbery Medal, various genre awards, and more.
    Booklist Center
    Links to more than 300 browsable booklists divided into more than 80 categories. Includes lists prepared by authorities in dozens of fields as well as comprehensive listings of award-winning books complete from the first year of the award to the present.

    68. Untitled
    womanist perspective which informs her pulitzer prize winning novel, The He sees his award winning plays Fences over two centuries, the biographies of these
    Click on title for complete program description TITLE GRADES K T
    Behind the Scenes x x x x x x Busy Bufana x x x x x Club Write x x x x x x Getting Along x x x x In Black and White x x x x Letter TV x x Portraits: The Americans x x x x x A Prince in the Projects x x x x x x x x x Reading Rainbow Math x x x x Reading Rainbow Science x x x x Stop, Look and Listen Animals x x x x Stories From Around the World (Primary) x x x Stories From Around the World (Intermediate) x x x x x A Taste of Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet x x x x x x Testwise: The Smart Way to Prepare forTests x x x Where the Spirit Lives x x x x Wonderous Candle x x x x x Word Beginnings, Middles and Ends x Working Together x x x x
    Behind The Scenes
    10 (30 minute) programs / GPN / 1 year / Grades 3 - 8 / Produced in 1992
    Designed to help general classroom teachers to introduce the visual and performing arts in their classrooms. Penn and Teller host this series, each program focuses on a particular artist and specific techniques.
    Visual Arts:
    (1)David Hockney: The Illusion of Depth
    Examines some of the ways that artists create the illusion of depth on a flat surface - by manipulating size, overlapping images, moving the horizon line and using perspective.
    (2)Robert Gil de Montes: Color
    Looks at the often-surprising ways artists use color to express their ideas.

    69. History-Carter House
    because Will Carter s pulitzer prize winning son, Hodding Carter was awarded the pulitzer prize for editorials poet, having published biographies, histories of
    Historic Tangipahoa Parish Places and Sites The Carter House (c.1925) is a two-story frame house built "along bungalow lines." It is located in a rural setting near Hammond. The house has been altered very little since its construction, and consequently it still conveys the full measure of its historical associations. The large two-story clapboard house has a hall-less plan, two rooms wide and three rooms deep. There is also a sun room on the side with a sleeping porch above. In addition, there are single story porches front and rear. The multiple hip roof features a pyramid dormer ventilator. The interiors are plain, featuring a single brick mantel and glass doors between the rooms. With only a few exceptions, the sash mounted windows are set in groups of two or three. The main entrance door has a plate glass transom and side lights. The only noteworthy exterior feature is the front porch with its massive brick end piers and its two central Doric columns on brick bases. Assessment of Integrity: Since the house was built the following changes have been made: (1) The front and rear porches have been screened-in.

    70. Mesa Refuge Resident 2000 Bios
    THE MESA REFUGE SUMMER / FALL 2000 RESIDENT biographies. Dagget Author of the pulitzer prize nominated book An award winning investigative journalist and former
    Viveka is an ordained Buddhist, meditation teacher at the San Francisco Buddhist Center, and Associate Director at the Urban Habitat Program which is dedicated to building multicultural environmental leadership for socially, economically and environmentally just and sustainable communities in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is currently writing a book introducing a Buddhist meditation practice that develops human solidarity and compassion in hopes that it will be of practical and spiritual benefit to those working for social change. Corrine Asturias
    Corinne Asturias is currently Managing Editor of Metro, an alternative weekly newspaper distributed in Silicon Valley, California, where she works with a staff of six writers and a stable of freelancers, columnists and artists. A journalism graduate of San Jose State University, she has done media consulting and editing for 15 years. Over the course of her writing career she has worked as a news reporter and feature writer covering subjects such as courts, public education and the environment. She also wrote a personal humor column, "These Days," which was published in six Bay Area newspapers. At The Mesa Refuge, Asturias plans to author an in-depth article on the social and physiological impacts of noise pollution. John Baldwin
    Dean Crawford
    Dean Crawford is currently working on two non-fiction projects: an article on the Dunites, as longterm community of squatters who lived along the central California coast; and a book on the efforts of certain extraordinary indivicuals to study and save white sharks, including the work of researchers at the Point Reyes Observatory located on the Farallon Islands. Dean has written two novels: The Lay of the Land (Viking-Penguin, 1987) and Alamo Square (just finished, no contract yet!). He teaches creative writing and modern literature at Vassar College.

    71. Wanted: Someone To Look Up To |
    of today s headlines, or alerts on specific topics equivalent of those orangecovered biographies on the shows the rewards of recognizing individuals who stand
    WORLD USA COMMENTARY LEARNING ... Text Edition Search:
    In this week's
    Books section:
    The links that connect brothers

    America's bewildering battle in Iraq follows new rules

    Best audiobooks of the year

    A tour of immaculate suburbia
    Bestselling books among US Army personnel

    Annual Book Guide Recommended Fiction Nonfiction Noteworthy Fiction Nonfiction National Book Critics Circle Awards
    Nominees: Poetry

    Nominees: Criticism
    Nominees: Fiction Nominees: Nonfiction ... Winners National Book Awards Nominees: Fiction Nominees: Poetry Nominees: Young Adult Nominees: Nonfiction Bestsellers lists Religion Bestsellers (PDF) Hardcover Nonfiction (PDF) Hardcover Fiction Children's Books ... International Other awards American Library Association Awards: Children's books Pulitzer prize winners 2003 Coverage of poetry in the news and original work by publishing poets. Most-viewed stories: (for 06/10/04) A remake without a cause Reading, writing, and ... war? Then and now: how Reagan's stature rose Bush team and the limits on torture ... Books from the July 18, 2002 edition A CALL TO HEROISM: Renewing America's Vision of Greatness By Peter Gibbon Atlantic Monthly Press 312 pp., $25

    72. NYSL Library Notes: Volume 10, Number 1: January 2003
    The best biographies enable the reader, as well an animated short film and the pulitzer prize for editorial prize winning stories will be posted on the Library
    Volume 10, Number 1: January 2003
    PART I:
    The Craft of Biography: Technique, Methods and Materials
    Tuesday, March 18, 2003 at 6:00 p.m.
    PART II:
    The Art of Biography: Taking Lives Seriously
    Wednesday, March 19, 2003 at 6:00 p.m.
    Donald Spoto, who earned his Ph.D. in theology from Fordham University, is the author of 19 books, including highly praised biographies of Alfred Hitchcock, Laurence Olivier, Marlene Dietrich, Marilyn Monroe, Ingrid Bergman, and Tennessee Williams. His most recent books are best-selling biographies of Jesus of Nazareth and of Francis of Assisi. His work has been translated into more than 25 languages worldwide, and reviewers praise his "impressive research skills," "exhaustive thoroughness," and "rich language, silken storytelling and tough scholarship." "Inevitably, writing biography alters the perceptions of the writerjust as reading biography should alter the perceptions of the reader," Spoto says. "The accurate and artful recreation of a life must, at its best, take us not only into the depths of the subject but also into those depths common to all life...Never a judge, the biographer must, however, assess the connecting threads of meaning in a subject’s life, and in so doing the biographer is unavoidably led to a consideration of the inner consistencies (or lack of them) in one’s own life. The best biographies enable the reader, as well, to experience this sort of thing. That these have been among the benefits of the biographer’s work has been a great blessing in my life. I can only hope to have shared some of this illumination with my readers."

    73. Complete List Of Web Sites - Quick Reference - Internet Resources
    This database houses references to literary biographies. The pulitzer Prizes winners from 1917. Full text of stories and cartoons from 1995 to present.
    document.write(htmltag); - Select -> Books at UTA Libraries Books - Electronic Books - New in PULSe Course Library Guides Databases - All Databases - Subject Databases - New Databases - Trial Directions to Campus Disabilities Services Distance Ed Services Doc Delivery Request Electronic Journals Faculty Retrieval Service Find Articles Find Books Friends of the Libraries Help High School Programs Hold Request Hours Information Services Instruction Interlibrary Loan Online Internet Resources Journals - Electronic Journals - Print (PULSe) Librarians by Subject Library Directory Library Publications Library Tours Newspapers- Electronic Online Catalog (PULSe) Other Library Catalogs Passwords Priority/Rush Request PULSe (Online Catalog) Quick Reference Remote Access Remote Storage Req. Renew Materials Research Guides Research Help Reserves - Faculty Form Search the Web Social Work Library Special Collections Subject Librarians UTA/Fort Worth Library
    Complete List of Quick Reference Web Sites
    Go: Internet Resources Quick Reference
    A Science Odyssey: People and Discoveries
    Entries about 20th Century scientists and their discoveries.
    Acronyms and Initialisms for Health Information Resources
    Acronyms for global information and data resources in health, medical, and veterinary sciences. The acronyms and their expansions appear in the languages of origin.

    74. Essays On American Literature - 118-018
    5 page paper looking at this pulitzer prizewinning play by The specific subject discussed is how each felt
    *** Essays - Topics *** Essays on - Personal Finance Essays on - Corporate Finance Essays on - Economics Essays on - Economic Theory Essays on - Economic History Essays on - International Economics Essays on - International Finance Essays on - Misc. Economic Issues Essays on Africa Essays on Anthropology Essays on Argumentative / Pro-Con Essays on - Artists, Art Genre Essays on - Famous Works Of Art Essays on - Social Issues In Art Essays on - Political Issues In Art Essays on - Art From Ancient Cultures Essays on - Graphic Arts Essays on - Photography Essays on Asian Studies Essays on - The Phillipines Essays on - India Essays on - Miscellaneous Essays on Astronomy Essays on Biographies Essays on Black Studies Essays on - Black Social Issues Essays on - Black Politics Essays on - Black Philosophy Essays on - Racism Essays on - Historical Figures Essays on Business Management Essays on - Management Theory Essays on - Advertising Issues Essays on - Business Ethics

    75. Academy Of Achievement
    heroes, most recently a pulitzer prizewinning biography of Grammy Award-winning musician Kenneth Babyface Edmonds from one of these biographies and identify

    76. Reference Tools
    Award winners Browse literary award by name or category via amazon The pulitzer Prizes; a chronology of recent events, facts figures, biographies of political
    Ronald Williams Library
    Northeastern Illinois University
    Acceptable Use Policy
    Reference Tools
    Almanacs and Handbooks Directories Awards Encyclopedias ... Statistics and Numerical Data
    Almanacs and Handbooks
    see also Statistics and Numerical Data

    • Web site sponsored by the publishers of Information Please Almanac
    • Occupational Outlook Handbook

    • Revised every two years, the Handbook describes what workers do on the job, working conditions, the training and education needed, earnings, and expected job prospects in a wide range of occupations.
    • Political Reference Almanac

    • Includes a wealth of national and international data.
    • Stately Knowledge

    • Provides basic facts on all states in the U.S., including Washington, D.C.
    • Statistical Abstract of the United States

    • A collection of statistics on social and economic conditions in the United States. Selected international data are also included.
    • The United States Government Manual

    • As the official handbook of the Federal Government, The United States Government Manual provides comprehensive information on the agencies of the legislative, judicial, and executive branches. The Manual also includes information on quasi-official agencies; international organizations in which the United States participates; and boards, commissions, and committees.

    77. UNT Libraries, Subject Guides: Journalism, Printer-Friendly Version
    pulitzer prize Board (http// The pulitzer prize Board prizes for achievements in A list of winners, finalists, and the prize Board and

    Locating Books In the UNT Libraries
    To locate books on journalism, communication, and advertising in the UNT Libraries, first consult the UNT Online Catalog . The online catalog contains materials added to the collections since 1979. For older materials that cannot be located in the online catalog, you may want to consult the card catalog located on the first floor of Willis Library. You can search subject, author or title in either catalog. Relevant subject headings for journalism include journalists journalism freedom of the press press , and reporters and reporting . Other subjects used in the catalogs can be found in the Library of Congress Subject Headings books located near the reference desk in Willis Library. For information on checking out materials from UNT Libraries, consult the Circulation department's home page
    Locating Books Owned by Other Libraries
    There are a variety of ways to locate books in other libraries. If you would like to search a particular library in Texas, there is a list of links to

    78. Spirit
    And the way this 64year-old pulitzer prize winner is minds at Harvard, a man whose prize- winning A Prince as one of the most remarkable biographies of its
    By Jill Neimark In a tiny, utilitarian office at Cambridge Hospital - a nondescript cubicle on the third floor, overlooking a parking lot - Harvard psychiatrist John Mack is seeking God. And the way this 64-year-old Pulitzer Prize winner is going about it is truly unprecedented: He has become a kind of paterfamilias and healer to a whole underground of Americans who claim they have been abducted by aliens in UFOs. They flock to him from around the country, these abductees , then lie down on his office couch and are coaxed into a hypnotic trance. Under hypnosis, sometimes weeping and shouting with agony and terror, they recover buried memories of alien encounters. Many of them come to believe that they have been kidnapped by extraterrestrials regularly since they were children, that they are guinea pigs in an intergalactic hybrid-breeding program, and that, in a close encounter of a truly original kind, they have had sperm and egg samples taken, alien fetuses implanted and removed, and probes inserted in their vaginas, anuses, and up their noses. And here's the clincher: Most of them recall that after suffering the indignities of lab animals in outer space, they are given a picture show that aliens project onto the walls of their spacecraft - or directly into their brains - images and movies of ecological disaster that terrify and ultimately transform them into spiritual seekers hoping to save the polluted Earth.

    79. Around Town
    79 September, 2001 Capture the Moment The pulitzer prize Photographs. the Newseum, offers 17 of the top winners since 1945 http//

    Search the Web

    Weather Now

    News Online

    Financial News
    ROAD RUNNER character name and all related indicia are trademarks of Warner Bros. © 2001
    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul ... Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Sites of the Day for September, 2001 Back to current Month 31 August - 3 September, 2001
    American Writers
    At this companion web site for the C-SPAN special series of the same name, you'll find an in-depth look at 45 American writers who helped shape a nation. The site features biographical and historical background information for each of the featured authors. Have a great Labor Day weekend! 4 September, 2001
    Map Machine: National Geographic
    The 1999 National Geographic Atlas of the World recognizes 191 independent nations. All of these, plus U.S. states and Canadian provinces, are available at this site. In each entry you’ll find key geographic, demographic, and economic data as well as a brief overview. It's an excellent site filled with great resources.

    80. Collection Development Policy
    winning books (such as the pulitzer prize, the National Fiction Catalog and lists of prizewinning novels will of the collection are biographies of composers
    Collection Development Policy
    Granby Public Library
    This revision to the Collection Development Policy of 1989 represents the current thoughts of the library staff and other members of the Collection Development Revision Committee and reflects collection objectives highlighted in the Long-Range Plan for Library Services. Although this policy has been written specifically for the collection at the Granby Public Library, it is understood that its general principles and practices apply to the Frederick H. Cossitt Library branch as well, in that these libraries constitute the Granby Library System and serve the community as a whole. Joan Fox
    Director of Library Services December 1992
    Purpose Of Policy
    The purpose of a written Collection Development Policy is to guide the library staff in the selection of library materials and to inform the Library Board and the general public of the principles upon which selections are made. Mission Statement
    The Granby Public Library System is committed to fostering appreciation of libraries as the foundation for lifelong enrichment. Among its functional roles in support of its mission, those that apply directly to the Collection Development Policy are:

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