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AMAZE: A McGill A to Z Experience

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Many Women, Many Voices

Publications

 

AMAZE; A McGill A to Z Experience

A is for anatomy, alphabet and AMAZE: A McGill A-Z Experience. In 2020, the McGill Library put together a truly remarkable book – AMAZE; a McGill A-Z Experience. With visual treats and moveable surprises at the turn of every page, AMAZE inspires interactive moments of wonder with McGill’s extraordinary collections. Brilliant paper engineers from Papersmyths breathed life into 26 alphabetical wonders from the Library’s rare and special collections. Artworks, graphics, books, manuscripts, even physical objects leap from the page in this moveable, interactive book.

Edited by Nathalie Cooke, Hannah Deskin, Jennifer Garland, Greg Houston, Elis Ing, and Christopher Lyons. Paper engineering, Papersmyths. McGill University Library and Archives, 2021, Montreal. ISBN: 978-1-77096-226-2 (Hardcover)

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Many Women, Many Voices

Curators. Activists. Hockey Players. Students. Medical Illustrators. Secretaries. Portrait Artists. Sculptors.

Many Women, Many Voices celebrates the voices of women in all of those roles and many more. Shining a light on the untold stories of the women who have shaped McGill and Montreal, it offers illustrated vignettes from the ROAAr collections – Rare Books and Special Collections, the Osler Library of the History of Medicine, the Visual Arts Collection, and the McGill University Archives.

Edited by Nathalie Cooke, Frédéric Giuliano, Christopher Lyons, Gwendolyn Owens, Jacquelyn Sundberg, Mary Hague-Yearl. McGill University Library and Archives, 2018, Montreal. ISBN: 978-1-77096-224-8 (softcover)

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