Monthly Archives: July 2014

Books added week commencing 28th July

Securities against misrule: juries, assemblies, elections by Jon Elster Rousseau’s social contract: an introduction by David Lay Williams Options, futures, and other derivatives (8th edn.) by John C. Hull The Jaguar smile: a Nicaraguan journey by Salman Rushdie Preserving what … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 21st July July 2014

Wallace, Darwin, and the Origin of species by James T. Costa (On Display) Deep sea and foreign going: inside shipping, the invisible industry that brings you 90% of everything by Rose George (Old Somervillian; On Display) Animals in the ancient … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 15th July 2014

Violence: thinking without banisters by Richard J. Bernstein The long shadow: the Great War and the twentieth century by David Reynolds Victorian science in context edited by Bernard Lightman Socio-economic aspects of late Roman mosaic pavements in Phoenicia and Northern … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 7th July 2014

Linear algebra (4th edn.) by Stephen H. Friedberg, Arnold J. Insel and Lawrence E. Spence The transformation of the world: a global history of the nineteenth century by J├╝rgen Osterhammel, translated by Patrick Camiller Paradise by Toni Morrison Text, image, … Continue reading

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Books added 2nd/3rd/4th July 2014

The invention of news: how the world came to know about itself by Andrew Pettegree (On Display) Brill’s companion to ancient Macedon: studies in the archaeology and history of Macedon, 650 BC-300 AD edited by Robin J. Lane Fox Textbook … Continue reading

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Books added 1st July 2014

Thomas Middleton, Renaissance dramatist by Michelle O’Callaghan (Old Somervillian, On Display) An historical study of English: function, form and change by Jeremy Smith An Enlightenment statesman in Whig Britain: Lord Shelburne in context, 1737-1805 edited by Nigel Aston and Clarissa … Continue reading

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