#BookFaceFriday “Cora Du Bois”
Relax everyone, it’s time for #BookFaceFriday!
We decided to change it up a bit this week and choose a book from our permanent collection. We absolutely loved the cover on Susan C. Seymour’s “Cora Du Bois: Anthropologist, Diplomat, Agent (Critical Studies in the History of Anthropology)”
(University of Nebraska Press, 2015). As part of our permanent collection it’s available for check out to anyone. Just ask our amazing Information Services
staff! This title is published by the University of Nebraska Press, which we collect from for our state document program. In 1972, the Nebraska Legislature created the Nebraska Publications Clearinghouse
. Its purpose is to collect, preserve, and provide access to all public information published by Nebraska state agencies.
“Seymour’s meticulously researched biography on Cora Du Bois skillfully weaves together threads from a myriad of often obscure, intensely personal documents, to produce a magnificent reconstruction of the life and personality of this major anthropological figure.”—Carol Mukhopadhyay, Association for Feminist Anthropology
(Carol Mukhopadhyay Association for Feminist Anthropology
This week’s #BookFace
model is Kay Goehring, NLC’s Talking Book & Braille Service Library Readers Advisor/Senior.
Love this #BookFace
& reading? We suggest checking out all the titles available for book clubs at http://nlc.nebraska.gov/ref/bookclub
. Check out our past #BookFaceFriday
photos on the Nebraska Library Commission’s Facebook
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