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Muriel Cooper - MIT Press
... as Design Services, which later became MIT Press ... After teaching at MIT for six years, Cooper left in 1958 to take a Fullbright Scholarship in Milan this allowed Muriel Cooper to lecture and conduct ... The MIT Press was among Cooper's various clients, leading to her design of its trademark logo, an abstracted set of seven vertical bars with a play on the vertical strokes of the ...
William Flynn Martin - Education and Early Career
... As a graduate student at MIT, he was part of a team that prepared ten days of Congressional hearings chaired by Congressman John Dingell on Growth and Its Implications for the Future (Roundtable Press, 1973) ... He was also part of an MIT engineering group that produced a volume for the United Nations Environmental Program on resource materials for studies in environmental management ... co-author of the report, Professional Materials for Environmental Management Education (MIT Press, 1975) ...
Char Davies - Bibliography
... Berkeley University of California Press (2009) ... MIT Press, Cambridge (2007) ... MIT Press, Cambridge (2003) ...
Sanford Kwinter - Books
... ZONE 1/2 The Contemporary City (1986) MIT Press ... ZONE 6 Incorporations (1992) MIT Press ... of Time Toward a Theory of the Event in Modernist Culture (2001) MIT Press ...
Barbara Landau - Selected Publications - Language Learning and Cognition
... Baltimore, MD Johns Hopkins Press ... Cambridge, MA MIT Press ... Cambridge, Mass MIT Press ...

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