Monthly Archives: July 2016

Books added week commencing 25th July 2016

The politics of coalition: how the Conservative – Liberal Democrat government works by Robert Hazell and Ben Yong Sectarianism in Iraq: antagonistic visions of unity by Fanar Haddad (On Display) The ransom of the soul: afterlife and wealth in early … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 18th July 2016

True relations: reading, literature, and evidence in seventeenth-century England by Frances E. Dolan Mints and money in medieval England by Martin Allen The Cambridge history of Scandinavia. V.2 edited by E.I. Kouri and Jens E. Olesen The Taymouth hours: stories … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 11th July 2016

The sexual politics of meat: a feminist-vegetarian critical theory by Carol J. Adams (On Display) Animal liberation by Peter Singer Henry IV by Chris Given-Wilson (On Display) King John: treachery, tyranny and the road to Magna Carta by Marc Morris … Continue reading

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Books added 7th July 2016

African philosophy: an anthology edited by Emmanuel Chukwudi Eze Bioinorganic chemistry by Dieter Rehder Superconductivity: an introduction (3rd edn; trans. of 7th German edn) by Reinhold Kleiner and Werner Buckel; translated by Rudolf Hübener Discrete and computational geometry by Satyan … Continue reading

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Books added 6th July 2016

The sleeping sovereign: the invention of modern democracy by Richard Tuck Moral knowledge?: new readings in moral epistemology edited by Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Mark Timmons Exam success: the law student’s guide to mastering revision and exams by Emily Finch and … Continue reading

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Books added 1st July 2016

Bananaworld: quantum mechanics for primates by Jeffrey Bub; illustrations by Tanya Bub, with a bow to John Tenniel The third horseman: a story of weather, war, and the famine history forgot by William Rosen What we cannot know: explorations at … Continue reading

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