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(Internet-First University Press, 2019)This a complete, clickable, full-text searchable directory of all materials available from The Internet-First University Press on eCommons@Cornell. You can download this IFUP Directory and use it to browse IFUP’s vast ...
The Substance of Civilization: Materials and Human History From the Stone Age to the Age of Silicon (CornellCast, 2011-03-11)“How did materials help us become what we are today? Join Professor Stephen L. Sass as he discusses his book, The Substance of Civilization: Materials and Human History From the Stone Age to the Age of Silicon. “Materials ...
(2019)Kenneth Greisen, Professor Emeritus of Physics is remembered as a cosmic ray physicists, member of the detonation system team for the Manhattan Project, graduate student mentor, physics teacher and re-designer of introductory ...
(Internet-First University Press, 2019)Professors Emeriti Sally McConnell-Ginet & Kathryn S. March discuss their lives, work, & friendship over the years since the founding of (then) Women's Studies (now Femininist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies) at Cornell.