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Barry Lopez Author- OUTSIDE

OUTSIDE

by Barry Lopez    Illustrated by Barry Moser

The six stories in OUTSIDE showcase National Book award-winning Author Barry Lopez’s superb talent as a fiction writer.  They offer profound insight into the relationships between humans and animals, creativity and beauty, and ultimately, life and death.  Eleven engravings by legendary artist Barry Moser parallel Lopez’s  complex sense of our relationship to nature.

Offered by Trinity University Press

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Trinity University Press- HOT OFF THE PRESS From prehistoric cave paintings to current water issues

Trinity University Press- HOT OFF THE PRESS   From prehistoric cave paintings to current water issues

HOME GROUND: A GUIDE TO THE AMERICAN LANDSCAPE

edited by Barry Lopez and Debra Gwartney

First released HOME GROUND: LANGUAGE FOR AN AMERICAN LANDSCAPE in 2006 and hailed as a “masterpiece,” this language-lover’s dream is a totally redesigned, near pocket-sized field guide edition renamed HOME GROUND: A GUIDE TO THE AMERICAN LANDSCAPE.

THE EARTH, THE TEMPLE, AND THE GODS

by Vincent Scully

Considered a landmark of architectural history, Scully’s comprehensive study of Greek temples and site-planning offers an inspired and arresting insight into the nature and function of Greek sacred architecture.

THE DONALD CULROSS PEATTIE LIBRARY

Trinity University Press is reintroducing this once popular author with reprints of nine of his lost classics including AN ALMANAC FOR MODERNS, THE ROAD OF A NATURALIST, and his masterpiece, A NATURAL HISTORY OF NORTH AMERICAN TREES.  his philosophical musings bring together the humanistic and scientific sides of the American natural experience in a way that reaches past history and into the very heart of our connection with the environment.

AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE AND URBANISM

by Vincent Scully

This illustrated history of American architecture and city planning is based on the author’s conviction that the two are inextricably linked and must therefore be treated together.

PAINTERS IN PREHISTORY: ARCHAEOLOGY AND ART OF THE LOWER PECOS CANYONLANDS

edited by Harry J. Shafer

Originally published by the Witte Museum in 1986, PAINTERS IN PREHISTORY, is an updated edition featuring significant research by new scholars who have deepened the understanding of rock art interpretation, scientific analysis of artifacts and coprolites, and the life of prehistoric Rio Grande canyon dwellers.

ON THE EDGE: WATER, POLITICS, AND IMMIGRATION IN THE SOUTHWEST

by Char Miller

Written by the director of the environmental analysis program at Pomona College and former Trinity professor, ON THE EDGE investigates the region’s struggles over water, debates over undocumented immigrants, the criminalizing of the border, and the evolution into a non-man’s land.

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