Newspaper Notes Books by Two DePauw Authors
December 8, 2002
December 8, 2002, Greencastle, Ind. - Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art (two volumes, $150 cloth, $120 paper, Bilingual Press, Arizona State University) is an exquisite set of art books," notes today's Indianapolis Star, adding, "One of the principal authors is art historian Kaytie Johnson, a curator at the Emison Art Center at DePauw University in Greencastle."
The article on new books by Indiana authors also notes, "The Waste Fix: Seizures of the Sacred from Upton Sinclair to the Sopranos by William G. Little of DePauw University (188 pages, $65.95, Routledge Publishing) is an examination of the philosophical, social and aesthetic implications of 20th century America's obsession with eliminating waste."Back