Roberts and Don Etherington Bookbinding and the Conservation of books: A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology (with drawings by Margaret R.
Goff' part of the COOL: Conservation On Line set of pages, hosted by Stanford U.) The Great Menagerie: The Wonderful World of Pop-Up and Movable Books, 1811-1996 (images and overview articles, arranged by century, from a 19997-98 exhibit at the Rare Book Room, Willis Library) (Kenneth Lavender and Gwen Smith, U.
30, 1996 (interdisciplinary graduate student conference "to facilitate dialogue across traditional disciplinary boundaries"; John Guillory is the keynote speaker) Matt T.We have not had sex yet, and I don't know how long she plans on keeping that from happening. On the one hand it's very innocent and affectionate, on the other hand it's very paternalistic. The girl who recently kissed me on the forehead seems to not like talking about relationship stuff.I guess I am just wondering if the forehead kiss is a sign that she wants to be with me for a long time and/or if it indicates some action in the near future. And as suggested in the topic title, perhaps people have other subtle relationship IOI's to contribute. "What a cute little girl, now run along..." should be the tone of it. I am moving 2.5 hours away from her, and we still have not discussed anything about starting a relationship.The site is now expanding into a larger resource for a larger population and distribution of students and will eventu A Yellow Wood: Diverging Career Pathways for Ph Ds in English Literature ("a waystation where you can learn more about the job market through trends and statistics, find out about alternative career paths for Ph Ds in the humanities, hear from professionals who have used their humanities background in creative and in Computerphilologie: Ein Elektronisches Forum für Literaturwissenscaftler und Literaturwissenschaftlerinnen ("devoted to the study of literary criticism and includes a collection of links, the contents of some relevant journals and an electronic journal on the use of the computer in the humanities"; in German) (Karl Eibl, Volker Deubel und Fotis Don Anderson (U.or, on the other hand, to critique such New Statism"; extracted from longer piece published in 1995) John Frow (U.