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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.

Centralisation, devolution and the future of local government in England

Ce que le sida m'a fait : art et activisme à la fin du XXe siècle

Challenging the myth of monolingual corpora

Chancing it : the laws of chance and how they can work for you

Changing energy : the transition to a sustainable future

Changing pedagogical spaces in higher education : diversity, inequalities and misrecognition

Chasing immortality in world religions

Chaucer's Decameron and the origin of the Canterbury tales

Child autonomy and child governance in children's literature : where children rule

Child-initiated play and learning : planning for possibilities in the early years

Children born of war in the twentieth century

Children, death and burial : archaeological discourses

Children, families and communities

Chimeras of form : modernist internationalism beyond Europe, 1914-2016

China's borderlands : the faultline of Central Asia

China's soft power diplomacy in South Asia : myth or reality?

Chinese Hydropower Development in Africa and Asia : Challenges and Opportunities for Sustainable Global Dam-Building

Chinese literary forms in Heian Japan : poetics and practice

Chopin and his world

Cities and creativity from the Renaissance to the present

CITY OF DREAMS : the 400-year epic history of immigrant new york.

City unsilenced : urban resistance and public space in the age of shrinking democracy

Civil society, education and human formation : philosophy's role in a renewed understanding of education

Civil unrest and governance in Hong Kong : law and order from historical and cultural perspectives