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on the Arts
Glassie is a professor of Folklore and co-director of
Indiana University. He has won many awards and
grants for his
and two of his books have been named among the
outstanding books of the
year by the New York Times. Dede knows him
studies and Turkish travels, and was excited to learn
that the artist
one of her Turkish plates is featured in Turkish
Traditional Art Today. This
is a particularly lavish book (948 pages!) with
photographs on every
and a great appreciation of Turkish culture and
art. He is also
with the Museum of International Folk Art (for which he
of Folk Art: The Girard Collection at the
Museum of International
Folk Art), and
I was excited to
this museum in Santa Fe, New Mexico, because of him.
All Silver and No Brass: An
of Pennsylvania Press, 1983 reprint. Paperback, $19
Art and Life in Bangladesh. Indiana
University Press, 1997. Hardcover, $50
Capital Image: Painters
Andrew J. Cosentino. Smithsonian Institution
American Folklife: Essays on Folk Culture and
Stackpole Books, 2001. Paperback. $17
Folk Housing in Middle
Virginia : A
Analysis of Historic Artifacts. University
of Tennessee Press, 1975. Paperback, $17
Folksongs and Their Makers.Popular
Press, 1971. Paperback, $6
Ireland and The Atlantic
Emyr Estyn Evans. Dufour Editions, 1996.
Irish Folk History:
of Pennsylvania Press, 1982. Paperback, $19
Irish Folk Tales.co-edited
with Claudine O'Hearn. Pantheon, 1997.
Material Culture. Indiana
University Press, 1999. Hardcover, $30
Passing the Time in
and History of an Ulster Community.
Indiana University Press, 1995. Hardcover,
Pattern in the Material Folk
the Eastern United States.
of Pennsylvania Press, 1971. Paperback. $20
University Press, 2000. Hardcover,
$25. Paperback, $13
Spirit of Folk Art: The
at the Museum of International Folk Art. with
Michel Monteaux. Harry N. Abrams, 1995.
Museum of New Mexico Press, 1992. Paperback, $45
Turkish Traditional Art Today.
Indiana University Press, 1993. Hardcover, $90
Indiana University Press, 2000.
Graves used to keep us dryly entertained with his
underhanded humor in
class, slipping in a "seen through a dark glass lightly",
"kick a rock
and the whole damn mountain falls down" and "crap"--his
only, and never
excessive, expletive of choice. His gentle manner and
leadership should be a model for all university
the perpetual student goal of making the professor laugh
will not be a
lost art form.
Lighting the Shakespearean
Southern Illinois University Press, 1999. Hardcover,
Book of Jonah is
book. The eleven original wood engraving are crisp,
beautiful (the reproduction here suffers by
must also be admired: Mohawk Superfine paper, letterpress in
and Hebrew, and a balanced layout. Presswork by Frank
binding by Barbara B. Blumenthal, typography by Barry
has an exacting eye and made sure everything lined up (not
the one half-font size error in the book, but you will
a quality production). Remember his name as an artist
*** the limited, signed editions and the hardbound
The Book of Jonah.
Hamilton Press, 1998. Paperbound edition. $30
was just an intern at Milwaukee Repertory Theater, but I
memories of the esteemed managing director there. My
meeting her at the elevator one particularly viscious
Milwaukee morning when she greeted me with "brisk, isn't
it was. The theater is an oasis, however, with an
and performance space, and one of the finest ensemble acting
in the country. It deserves a book.
Working Space : The Milwaukee
Theater Builds a Home. written
Theatre Communications Group, 1992. Paperback, $18
true, my uncle is a scholar of Oriental rugs. You're
oh, that's why Loganberry Books shares space with Dede Moore
but that isn't quite how it happened. Then again, it
might not be
that far afield. I certainly grew up with an
especially tribal and Caucasian rugs, and this does indeed
help me when
my partner is out of town or taking a day off.
books too. But I digress. Uncle Dick's book is a
history and our understanding of weaving cultures and
He even came to the shop for a lecture and book signing, now
that was a
perfect marriage of events for our store!
Check out the great
published in Hali Magazine.
with John T. Wertime. Caucasian
and Covers: The Weaving Culture. London:
Hali/Laurence King, 1995. Lavishly illustrated in
10 x 13.5, 184 pp. New Hardcover, $80
Rugs and Flatweaves of the
Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh Rug Society, 1980. 1st ed. color
x 11, 123 pp. New copy of catalog for ground-breaking
out-of-print, but I have copies anyway.] $18