Monthly Archives: September 2011

Books added week commencing 26th September

Weird astronomy: tales of unusual, bizarre, and other hard to explain observations by David A.J. Seargent The pale king: an unfinished novel by David Foster Wallace Revolutionaries of the cosmos: the astro-physicists by I.S. Glass Information skills: finding and using … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 19th September 2011

Administrative Law (5th edn.) by Peter Cane Frontstalag 142: the internment diary of an English lady by Katherine Lack (Old Somervillian, On Display) American politics and society (7th edn.) by David McKay (On Display) The art of betrayal: life and … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 12th September 2011

Prohibition of abuse of law: a new general principle of EU law? edited by Rita de la Feria and Stefan Vogenauer (On Display) Un monumento di fede e d’arte: il Tempio di S. Francesco by Armando Novasconi Czech: an essential … Continue reading

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DVD Library

The JCR DVD collection is now available for members of the college to borrow from Somerville Library, and a full list can be found by following the link below: http://www.imdb.com/list/oXTns60cAB8/ There is also a selection of pre-existing DVDs, mostly foreign … Continue reading

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Books by members of the Matriculation Year 1961 (prepared for display at the 50th Anniversary Reunion, 20-21 September, 2011)

Khmer, lost empire of Cambodia by Thierry Zéphir; translated by Francesca Garvie The schooling of children of Caribbean heritage by Kamala Nehaul Festivals and ceremonies: observed by the Royal Family of Kotah co-edited by Salima Tyabji Narratives of love and … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 5th September 2011

Smith and Hogan’s criminal law (13th edn.) by David Ormerod The 1857 rebellion edited by Biswamoy Pati (On Display) A casebook on contract (3rd edn.) by Andrew Burrows (On Display) The Oxford guide to etymology by Philip Durkin (On Display) … Continue reading

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