Monthly Archives: April 2015

Books added 29th April 2015

Delhi: pages from a forgotten history by Arthur Dudney Winfield and Jolowicz on tort (19th edn.) by Edwin Peel and James Goudkamp (2 copies, 1 confined) Modern particle physics by Mark Thomson (On Display) Tort law: text, cases, and materials … Continue reading

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Books added 28th April 2015

Nonlinear dynamics and chaos: with applications to physics, biology, chemistry, and engineering (2nd edn.) by Steven H. Strogatz (3 copies) Partial differential equations: an introduction to theory and applications by Michael Shearer and Rachel Levy (On Display) Power and plenty: … Continue reading

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Books added 25th April 2015

Inequality and the 1% by Danny Dorling The Cesnola collection of Cypriot art: stone sculpture text by Antoine Hermary and Joan R. Mertens The Victorian geopolitical aesthetic: realism, sovereignty, and transnational experience by Lauren M.E. Goodlad (On Display) The Cambridge … Continue reading

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Books added 24th April 2015

The paper trail: an unexpected history of the world’s greatest invention by Alexander Monro (Communications Officer; On Display) Liturgy, architecture, and sacred places in Anglo-Saxon England by Helen Gittos Blackstone’s guide to the Human Rights Act 1998 (7th edn.) by … Continue reading

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Books added 23rd April 2015

Neuroscience: exploring the brain (4th edn.) by Mark F. Bear, Barry W. Connors and Michael A. Paradiso (4 copies) Constitutional law, administrative law, and human rights: a critical introduction (7th edn.) by Professor Ian Loveland Contract law (5th edn.) by … Continue reading

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Books added 22nd April 2015

Population in the human sciences: concepts, models, evidence edited by Philip Kreager (Fellow of Somerville), Bruce Winney, Stanley Ulijaszek and Cristian Capelli The dissenters. Volume 3, The crisis and conscience of nonconformity by Michael R. Watts (On Display) The Oxford … Continue reading

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Books added 20th April 2015

In addition to the books listed below we have recently added a large number of books on Reformation and Renaissance Europe, especially central Europe, from the generous bequest of alumna Enid Stoye (History, 1938), whose own major interest was the … Continue reading

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