Monthly Archives: June 2016

Books added 30th June 2016

The insider’s guide to legal skills by Emily Allbon & Sanmeet Kaur Dua Laser experiments for chemistry and physics by Robert N. Compton and Michael A. Duncan Principles of applied statistics by D.R. Cox and Christl A. Donnelly How to … Continue reading

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Books added 28th June 2016

English episcopal acta. 18, Salisbury, 1078-1217 edited by B.R. Kemp English episcopal acta. 14, Coventry and Lichfield 1072-1159 edited by M.J. Franklin Life on air: memoirs of a broadcaster by David Attenborough Spenser in the moment edited by Paul J. … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 20th June 2016

On the scent: a journey through the science of smell by Paolo Pelosi What is life?: how chemistry becomes biology by Addy Pross Crystallography: a very short introduction by A.M. Glazer Colour chemistry by Robert M. Christie Bonding, structure and … Continue reading

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Books added 16th June 2016

The politics of culture in Quattrocento Europe : René of Anjou in Italy by Oren Margolis (Fellow) The Oxford handbook of European history, 1914-1945 edited by Nicholas Doumanis

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Books added 14th June 2016

An introduction to galaxies and cosmology (2nd edn) edited by Mark H. Jones, Robert J. Lambourne and Stephen Sarjeant Lewin’s cells (3rd edn) lead editors, George Plopper, David Sharp and Eric Sikorski Education and learning: an evidence-based approach by Jane … Continue reading

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Books added 13th June 2016

Armenia: masterpieces from an enduring culture by Theo Maarten van Lint & Robin Meyer How soon is now?: medieval texts, amateur readers, and the queerness of time by Carolyn Dinshaw Transforming tales: rewriting metamorphosis in medieval French literature by Miranda … Continue reading

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Books added 9th/10th June 2016

Astrophysics: a very short introduction by James Binney (2 copies) Postmodernist culture: an introduction to theories of the contemporary (2nd edn) by Steven Connor Singing the classical, voicing the modern: the postcolonial politics of music in South India by Amanda … Continue reading

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