Monthly Archives: November 2011

Books added week commencing 28th November 2011

Women in early modern Britain, 1450-1640 by Christine Peters Sensory processing in aquatic environments by Shaun P. Collin and N. Justin Marshall (On Display) Machiavelli’s Ethics by Erica Benner (On Display) A kinetic view of statistical physics by Pavel L. … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 21st November 2011

Digital image processing (3rd edn.) by Rafael C. Gonzalez and Richard E. Woods The Eudemian Ethics by Aristotle; translated by Anthony Kenny Dracula by Bram Stoker Satires and epistles by Horace; translated by John Davie Reflexive methodology: new vistas for … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 14th October 2011

The Westminster corridor: an exploration of the Anglo-Saxon history of Westminster Abbey and its nearby lands and people by David Sullivan The Westminster circle: the people who lived and worked in the early town of Westminster, 1066-1307 by David Sullivan … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 7th November 2011

Writing history: theory and practice (2nd edn.) edited by Stefan Berger et al. Contemporary politics in the Middle East (3rd edn.) by Beverley Milton-Edwards (On Display) Understanding Plato’s Republic by Gerasimos Santas (On Display) The Longman anthology of Gothic verse … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 31st October

Herculaneum: past and future by Andrew Wallace-Hadrill (On Display) Plainsong in the age of polyphony (Pbk. Re-issue) edited by Thomas Forrest Kelly (On Display) The Oxford history of historical writing. Volume 4: 1800-1945 edited by Stuart Macintyre et al. (On … Continue reading

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Economics books On Reserve in the Library

The following titles are being held on reserve at the desk in the library loggia You may take them to read in the Library and should return them as soon as you have finished with them. They must be signed … Continue reading

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