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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.

The Routledge history of the Renaissance

The Russian Revolution and its global impact : a short history with documents

The science and practice of landscape stewardship

The science of facial expression

The science of relationships : answers to your questions about dating, marriage, and family

The second colonial occupation : development planning, agriculture, and the legacies of British colonial rule in Nigeria

The sociology of childhood

The South China Sea disputes : past, present, and future

The Soviet-Israeli War, 1967-1973 : the USSR's military intervention in the Egyptian-Israeli conflict

The statecraft of consensus democracies in a turbulent world : a comparative study of Austria, Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland

The stone sky

The story of zero

The strains of commitment : the political sources of solidarity in diverse societies

The structure and dynamics of human ecosystems : toward a model for understanding and action

The student's guide to Shakespeare

The subversive art of Zelda Fitzgerald

The super natural : why the unexplained is real

The surprising power of liberating structures : simple rules to unleash a culture of innovation

The synthetic proposition : conceptualism and the political referent in contemporary art

The toughest Indian in the world

The truth of the Russian Revolution : the memoirs of the Tsar's Chief of Security and his wife

The ultimatum of pleasure : behavioral economics and social development

The Umbrella Academy.

The unreliable nation : hostile nature and technological failure in the Cold War