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Book Arts: Other Media

Subject-specific lists of book arts materials available in Special Collections at the Robert B. Haas Family Arts Library

Photography, Comics & Graphic Novels

There are, of course, many other ways that 9/11 has been memorialized by artists and in book form.  Some people consider comics and graphic novels to be part of the book arts, some do not.  The role of photography in book arts is also part of a larger critical dialogue.  No matter your personal definition of book arts, all of these media have been well-employed to remember and discuss the events of 9/11.  Below are just a few examples of bookworks in these other media.

Haas Arts Library

Photography

Stepping Through the Ashes. [photographs by] Eugene Richards ; [interviews by] Janine Altongy New York: Aperture, 2002. Haas Arts HV6432.7 A48 2002 (LC)+ Oversize

New York September 11 by Magnum Photographers. New York: PowerHouse Books, 2001.  Haas Arts HV6432 N49X 2001 (LC)+ Oversize

Comics & Graphic Novels

Sidney Jacobson. The 9/11 report: a graphic adaptation. New York: Hill and Wang, 2006. Haas Arts Special Collections HV6432.7 .J33 2006 (LC)

Other Yale Libraries

Photography

Life Magazine’s One Nation: America Remembers September 11, 2001. Little, Brown and Company, 2001. Bass Library HV6432 O54 2001 (LC)+ Oversize

The September 11 Photo Project. Edited by Michael Feldschuh. New York : Regan Books, c 2002. LSF HV6432.7 .S47X 2002 (LC)+ Oversize

Comics & Graphic Novels

Art Spiegelman. In the shadow of no towers. New York: Pantheon Books, 2004. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library call number Zab Sp43 +2004J

Heroes: the world’s greatest super hero creators honor the world’s greatest heroes, 9.11.2001. New York: Marvel Comics, 2001. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library call number Shirley +1703

9-11 emergency relief. Jeff Mason, editor. Gainesville, FL: Alternative Comics, 2002. Bass Library, Graphic Novel Collection Call Number: HV6432.7 .A129 2002 (LC)

Alissa Torres.  American widow. illustrated by Sungyoon Choi. New York: Villard, 2008. Bass Library, Graphic Novel Collection Call Number: HV6432.7 .T67X 2008 (LC)

Associate Director, Arts Library

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