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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.

Our shared future : windows into Canada's reconciliation journey

Pacing mobilities : timing, intensity, tempo and duration of human movements

Parental grief and photographic remembrance : a historical account of undying love

Participation : optimising outcomes in childhood-onset neurodisability

Passages to modernity : motherhood, childhood, and social reform in early twentieth century Japan

Pasteur's empire bacteriology and politics in France, its colonies, and the world


Persoanlized computational hemodynamics models, methods, and applications for vascular surgery and antitumor therapy

Philosophical adventures with fairy tales new ways to explore familiar tales with kids of all ages

Philosophy and community : theories, practices and possibilities

Phoenix zones : where strength is born and resilience lives

Photography and its shadow

Photosynthesis : solar energy for life


Plant pathology and plant pathogens

Plasticity of sex the molecular biology and clinical features of genomic sex, gender identity and sexual behavior

Plato's caves : the liberating sting of cultural diversity

Playing utopia : futures in digital games

Plotting the news in the Victorian novel

Plotting the prince : Shōtoku cults and the mapping of medieval Japanese Buddhism

Poetry unbound : poems and new media from the magic lantern to Instagram

Police Street Powers and Criminal Justice Regulation and Discretion in a Time of Change : Regulation and Discretion in a Time of Change.

Policing in natural disasters : stress, resilience, and the challenges of emergency management

Political argument in a polarized age : reason and democratic life