This revised edition of a culinary classic includes an additional sixty-eight pages for ragoûts by chef Vincent de la Chapelle, French master chef to,
among others, Phillip Dormer Stanhope, fourth Earl of Chesterfield; William IV, Prince of Orange; and Madame de Pompadour.
UP NEXT: THIS BOOK IS A CAMERA!
Housed in a traditional book form…it’s a functioning camera. Come take a look and see the power of paper.
UP NEXT: WHEN YOU NEED ALTERNATIVES TO TEXTBOOKS
Liz Gabbitas worked with a campus professor to find a unique solution to textbook using library resources.
UP NEXT: THE DOWNWINDERS OF UTAH ARCHIVE ORAL HISTORY EXPANSION
The J. Willard Marriott Library and the Office of the Vice President for Research hosted the fourth annual “Celebrate U” event to acknowledge faculty members for extraordinary work produced in 2018. Those honored on April 3rd were selected from these categories: authors, creatives, entrepreneurs and research.
This Book is a Camera was created by designer Kelli Anderson and explores the connection between design and science. Housed in a traditional book form…it’s a functioning camera. Come take a look and see the power of paper.
This summer, Tony Sams and Justin Sorensen will return to Utah Downwinder communities to collect additional interviews and stories while sharing information about this important archive.
In an information driven world, it can sometimes be difficult to find datasets you are searching for. When you do locate a dataset, the process of examining and interacting with the information presents a new series of challenges. One program that seeks to share demographic datasets and the tools for interactive visualization is Social Explorer.
This year Utah is celebrating the Golden Spike anniversary with exhibits and events across the state. The University of Utah Press joined the celebration with the publication of Across the Continent: The Union Pacific Photographs of Andrew Joseph Russell by Daniel Davis.