Reserves

061.159.01, Fall 2022

Mann, John, Fall 2022, Roos, Suzanne, Fall 2022, Bucknell, Lucy, Fall 2022, DeLibero, Linda, Fall 2022
Eisenhower Reserves
Enrolled course users: for access to electronic materials for the course, see https://ares.library.jhu.edu/shib/.
1.

Bande de filles = Girlhood Video/Film , DVD in French

Hold-Up Films et Lilies Films présentent en coproduction avec Arte France cinéma ;… 2014

Parce qu'on lui refuse son entrée en seconde générale, Marieme claque la porte de son collège de banlieue parisienne. Elle vit ses 16 ans comme une succession d'interdits. La censure du quartier, la loi des garçons, l'impasse de l'école. Elle rencontre alors trois autres…
Eisenhower M Level Reserves

Transit
PN1997.2.B344 2015 c. 1
Available
PN1997.2.B344 2015 c. 2
2.

All about my mother Video/Film , DVD in Spanish

written and directed by Pedro Almódovar. 1999

In an instant, nurse Manuela loses the teenage son she raised on her own. Grief-stricken, she sets out to search for the boy's long-lost father in Barcelona, where she reawakens into a new maternal role, at the head of a surrogate family that includes a pregnant, HIV-positive…
Eisenhower M Level Reserves

Available
PN1997.A45 2020 disc 1 c. 1
3.

Locust Point Video/Film , DVD in English

produced, directed & music by John Bright Mann ; Independent Television Service. 1995

"Baltimore's Locust Point was the second largest port of immigration in the early 1900s. 'Locust Point' is a lyrical remembrance of this time of wonder, confusion, and change. When men, women, and children arrived in "Charm City," bringing with them little but determination and…
Eisenhower M Level Reserves

Available
JV6455.L63 1995 c. 1

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