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Selected new books and other items purchased by the Library

This list displays selected new books and other items added to the Library's collection during the past month.  The list is updated once per week on Monday morning.

You are welcome to suggest additions to the Library's collection.  Suggest a Title for Purchase or contact your librarian.


If your department is not listed, no new items were added in your department's area during the last month.

Assessing English Learners in the Content Areas : A Research-Into-Practice Guide for Educators.

Assessing listening for Chinese English learners : developing a communicative listening comprehension test suite for CET

Assessing the World Trade Organization : fit for purpose? : World Trade Forum

A trial in Venice

Attachment across clinical and cultural perspectives : a relational psychoanalytic approach

Attacks on the press : the new face of censorship


Autonomy : the cover designs of Anarchy, 1961-1970

A world history of ancient political thought

Bankers and empire : how Wall Street colonized the Caribbean

Beating the odds : jump-starting developing countries

Becoming an adoption-friendly school : A Whole-School Resource for Supporting Children Who Have Experienced Trauma or Loss - With Complementary Downloadable Material

Becoming Facebook : the 10 challenges that defined the company that's disrupting the world

Behind the carbon curtain : the energy industry, political censorship, and free speech

Being bionic : the world of TV cyborgs

Bertrand Russell and the nature of propositions a history and defence of the multiple relation theory of judgement

Better buildings : learning from buildings in use

Between air and electricity : microphones and loudspeakers as musical instruments

Beyond age effects in instructional L2 learning : revisiting the age factor

Beyond critique : contemporary art in theory, practice, and instruction

Beyond the bottom line

Beyond the flannel board : story-retelling strategies across the curriculum

Bhutan : new pathways to growth

Big medicine comes to Erie