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This guide lists selected print and electronic information sources available to SFU faculty, students, and staff. Check the SFU Library Catalogue to find additional materials.
Topic and course guides
Lists of new Contemporary Arts resources added to the SFU Library are updated on a monthly basis. You can also browse through lists of all resources added to the library within the last week or the last month.
- Bruce Nauman : disappearing act
- GRISELDA POLLOCK'S VISION AND DIFFERENCE : feminism, femininity and histories of art.
- Agnes Martin : pioneer, painter, icon
- The keeper
- The other Trans-Atlantic : kinetic and op art in Eastern Europe and Latin America
- Dawn of the DAW : the studio as musical instrument
- Danh Vo : take my breath away
- Àdisòkàmagan = Nous connaître un peu nous-mêmes = We'll all become stories.
- Shakespeare in the theatre : The National Theatre, 1963-1975 : Olivier and Hall
- Abbas Kiarostami
- Musicians in the making : pathways to creative performance
- Perspectives on American dance : the new millennium
- 99 cents or less
- Foucault on painting
- Unpacking my library : artists and their books
- L'Auberge espagnole : European youth on film
- Architectures of revolt : the cinematic city circa 1968
- The continental philosophy of film reader
- Music as creative practice
- Inadvertent images : a history of photographic apparitions
- Cold war film genres
- Alban Berg : a research and information guide
- Fine cuts : interviews on the practice of European film editing
- Curtain, gong, steam : Wagnerian technologies of nineteenth-century opera
- Are we all addicts now? : digital dependence
- Introducing science through images : cases of visual popularization
- Made in L.A. 2018
- Claude Lanzmann's Shoah : key essays
- Queer/play : contemporary queer Canadian women's performance and plays
- Amie Siegel: Double Negative