This is an ongoing project which takes an alternative look at the research process and highlights faculty research. The project is sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and ASU Library as part of the Future of Print initiative.
In this guide are the interviews, sources, and additional information related to the Library's
Visual Bibliographies project.
This series of collections compiles the books, journals articles, archival materials, and other resources cited in a selected faculty publication to provide another look at the research process. The resources have been collected and are currently on display at ASU's Tempe campus in the Hayden Library (4th floor). Also in this guide, each source has been linked to the ASU Library catalog, Worldcat, or Amazon making them easy to request or locate.
This collection is sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and ASU Library as part of the Future of Print initiative. To learn more about our projects, visit lib.asu.edu/futureprint.
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