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From now It is possible to pay both in cash and with a card in the Hollar library. Recharging credit for printing and late payment is thus easier for the reader.
The library will be open in July and August 2019 only in certain days:
Until August, 12, 2019 is possible to use access to Cambridge Core. Cambridge Books FULL collection is multidisciplinary collection mote than 36 thousand e-books published by the Cambridge University Press is available at the Charles University for Evidence Based Acquisition.
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An unparalleled exploration of the art of cameraless photography, this expansive book offers an authoritative and lavishly illustrated history of photography made without a camera, along with a critical discussion of the practice. Since the early 19th century and the invention of photography, artists have been experimenting with various methods for creating photographs without a camera. At once exhaustive and compelling, this book reveals the myriad approaches artists have used to create photographic images using just paper and a source of radiation.
eds. Nicoletta Leonardi, Simone Natale
In this volume, leading scholars of photography and media examine photography’s vital role in the evolution of media and communication in the nineteenth century.
Lars Willnat, David H. Weaver, G. Cleveland Wilhoit
More than a decade has passed since the last comprehensive survey of U.S. journalists was carried out in 2002 by scholars at Indiana University—and the news and the journalists who produce it have undergone dramatic changes and challenges. The American Journalist in the Digital Age is based on interviews with a national probability sample of nearly 1,100 U.S. journalists in the fall of 2013 to document the tremendous changes that have occurred in U.S. journalism in the past decade, many of them due to the rise of new communication technologies and social media.
A. Edwards, C. Edwards, S. T. Wahl, S. A. Myers
We are in "the communication age." No matter who you are or how you communicate, we are all members of a society who connect through the internet, not just to it. From face-to-face interactions to all forms of social media, The Communication Age, Second Edition invites you to join the conversation about today’s issues and make your voice heard. This contemporary and engaging text introduces students to the essentials of interpersonal, small group, and public communication while incorporating technology, media, and speech communication to foster civic engagement for a better future.