Author: The University of Chicago Press
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press
Keywords: chicago, writing, editing, publishing, guides, manuscripts, guide, preparing, electronic
Number of Pages: 151
Published: 1988-06-10
List price: $40.00
ISBN-10: 0226103927
ISBN-13: 9780226103921

This guide to preparing manuscripts on computer offers authors and publishers practical assistance on how to use authors’ disks or tapes for typesetting. When the thirteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style was published in 1982, the impact of personal computers on the publishing process had just begun to be felt. This new book supplements information in the Chicago Manual by covering the rapidly changing subject of electronic manuscripts. Since the early 1980s more and more authors have been producing manuscripts on computers and expecting their publishers to make use of the elect

Authors:Mark Jacob, Richard Cahan, Chicago History Museum,
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press
Keywords: chicago, news, daily, photographs, glass
Number of Pages: 284
Published: 2007-11-01
List price: $45.00
ISBN-10: 0226089304
ISBN-13: 9780226089300

Authors:University of Chicago Press, Charles Waldheim, Kater
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press
Keywords: chicago, architecture, urbanism, alternatives, histories, revisions
Number of Pages: 488
Published: 2005-09-01
List price: $43.00
ISBN-10: 0226870383
ISBN-13: 9780226870380

When you think of modern architecture, you think of Chicago, the birthplace of the skyscraper, the cradle of twentieth-century American design, and the home of enduring works by such iconic figures as Louis Sullivan, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Idealized through tourism and celebrated in the groves of academe, the city’s majestic skyline and landmark buildings remain a living testament to the modern movement.In Chicago Architecture, Charles Waldheim and Katerina R[1]uedi Ray revise and offer alternatives to the archetypal story of modern architecture in Chicago. The

Author: Piers Bierne
Publisher: Routledge
Keywords: chicago, criminology, school, milton, thrasher, frederic, gang, volume, study, gangs
Published: 2004-11-11
List price: $285.00
ISBN-10: 0415700965
ISBN-13: 9780415700962

Author: University of Chicago Press Staff
Publisher: University Of Chicago Pre
Keywords: style, manual, chicago
Number of Pages: 984
Published: 2003-08-01
List price: $55.00
ISBN-10: 0226104036
ISBN-13: 9780226104034

The fifteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style is the most extensive revision in twenty years. The Manual--more comprehensive and easier to use than ever before--remains the essential reference for authors, editors, proofreaders, indexers, copywriters, designers, and publishers in any field. Those who work with words know how dramatically publishing has changed in the past decade, with technology now informing and influencing every stage of the writing and publishing process. In creating the fifteenth edition of The Chicago Manual of Style, the renowned editorial staff of the University

Author: Chicago Sun-Times
Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC
Keywords: memories, sports, greatest, chicago
Number of Pages: 160
Published: 2000-12-20
List price: $19.95
ISBN-10: 1582613516
ISBN-13: 9781582613512

From the Bears’ 73-0 win in 1940 over the Redskins in the most lopsided playoff game in NFL history to Michael Jordan and the Bulls’ six NBA championships in the ’90s, Chicago’s Greatest Sports Memories presents the greatest moments in Chicago sports history. This book features stories and photographs from the archives of the Chicago Sun-Times, plus introductions and original essays by award-winning writer Roland Lazenby. The book contains historical and eyewitness accounts of such feats as Rocky Marciano’s knockout of Jersey Joe Walcott in 1953; Walter Payton bre

Author: Joel Greenberg
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press
Keywords: chicago, books, environs, center, region, history, natural
Number of Pages: 592
Published: 2004-12-01
List price: $28.00
ISBN-10: 0226306496
ISBN-13: 9780226306490

In A Natural History of the Chicago Region, Joel Greenberg takes readers on a journey that begins in 1673 with Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet—the first Europeans known to have visited the Chicago region—and that we’re still on today. This is a fascinating story, told with humor and passion, of forests battling prairies for dominance; of grasslands plowed, wetlands drained, and species driven to extinction in the settlement of the Midwest; and of caring conservationists fighting to preserve and restore the native plants and animals. Intermingling historical anecdotes and ep
  
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