100 Caterpillars: Portraits from the Tropical Forests of Costa Rica, by Jeffrey C. Miller, Daniel H. Janzen, and Winifred Hallwachs. Harvard University Press/264 pp./$39.95(hb).
Andy Kaufman: Wrestling with the American Dream, by Florian Keller. University of Minnesota Press/200 pp./$19.50 (sb).
Another Future: Poetry and Art in a Postmodern Twilight, by Alan Gilbert. Wesleyan University Press/272 pp./$24.95 (sb).
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Art as Existence: The Artist's Monograph and Its Project, by Gabriele Guercio. MIT Press/360 pp./$50.00 (hb).
Asian Art, edited by Rebecca M. Brown and Deborah S. Hutton. Blackwell Publishing/519 pp./$49.95 (sb).
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Bad Modernisms, edited by Douglas Mao and Rebecca L. Walkowitz. Duke University Press/365 pp./$24.95 (sb).
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Between Heaven and Texas, by Wyman Heinzer. University of Texas Press/132 pp./$34.95 (hb).
Beyond the Multiplex: Cinema, New Technologies, and the Home, by Barbara Klinger. University of California Press/310 pp./$24.95 (sb).
China on Screen: Cinema and Nation, by Chris Berry and Mary Farquhar. Columbia University Press/336 pp./$24.50 (sb).
The Cinema Dreams Its Rivals: Media Fantasy Films from Radio to the Internet, by Paul Young. University of Minnesota Press/360 pp./$24.95 (sb).
The Cinema of Japan and Korea, edited by Justin Bowyer. Wallflower Press/288 pp./[pounds sterling]18.99 (sb).
A Companion to Media Studies, edited by Angharad N. Valdivia. Blackwell Publishing/608 pp./$39.95 (sb).
Contemporary Asian Cinema: Popular Culture in a Global Frame, edited by Anne Teresa Ciecko. Palgrave Macmillan/250 pp./$89.98 (hb), $29.95 (sb).
Cooling Towers, by Bernd & Hilla Becher. MIT Press/248 pp./$75.00 (hb).
Create Your Own Photo Blog, by Catherine Jamieson. Wiley/320 pp./$24.99 (sb).
Creative Tension: British Art 1900-1950, edited by Stephen Whittle. University of Washington Press/128 pp./$50.00 (hb).
Dada East: The Romanians of Cabaret Voltaire, by Tom Sandqvist. MIT Press/434 pp./$45.00 (hb).
Dead Normal: Doodgewoon, by Wim van Ophem. Episode Publishers/64 pp./[euro]29.50 (hb).
Deep Light: Marnix Goossens, edited by Martine van Kampen and Colin Huizing. Episode Publishers/64 pp./[euro]37.50 (sb).
Elusive Signs: Bruce Nauman Works with Light, edited by Joseph Kenter II. MIT Press/96 pp./$26.95 (sb).
Ether: The Nothing That Connects Everything, by Joe Milutis. University of Minnesota Press/224 pp./$29.95 (sb).
Evan Lee: Captures, Selected Works 1998-2006, text by Christopher Brayshaw, Peter Culley, Jeff Wall, and William Wood. Presentation House Gallery/68 pp./$20.00 (sb).
Feedback: The Video Data Bank Catalog of Video Art and Artist Interviews, edited by Kate Horsfield and Lucas Hilderbrand. Temple University Press/360 pp./$60.00 (hb).
Five Films by Frederick Wiseman: Titicut Follies, High School, Welfare, High School II, Public Housing, transcribed and edited by Barry Keith Grant. University of California Press/444 pp./$29.95 (sb).
Fotolog Book: A Global Snapshot for the Digital Age, edited by Andrew Long, texts by Nick Currie. Thames & Hudson/344 pp./$34.95 (hb).
Friday Night Grand: Bourbon Street, New Orleans, by Jackie Brenner. Shine Media Group/96 pp./$55.00 (hb).
From Lowbrow to Nobrow, by Peter Swirski. McGill-Queen's University Press/236 pp./$19.95 (sb).
From Tian'anmen to Time Square: Transnational China and the Chinese Diaspora on Global Screens, 1989-1997, by Gina Marchetti. Temple University Press/320 pp. …