Books added 3rd July 2018

For the motherland! For Stalin! : a Red Army officer’s memoir of the Eastern Front
by Boris Bogachev; translated by Maria Bogacheva; edited by Sarah Dixon (Old Somervillian; On Display)

Mindfulness for students
by Stella Cottrell (3 copies)

Texts and violence in the Roman world
edited by Monica R. Gale and J.H.D. Scourfield (On Display)

Exploring the evidence : commemoration, administration and the economy
edited by Linda S. Clark (Old Somervillian; On Display)

Mathematics for economics and business (9th edn)
by Ian Jacques (2 copies)

Microeconomics (9th edn)
by Robert S. Pindyck and Daniel L. Rubinfeld (2 copies)

Wolf by the ears : the Missouri crisis, 1819-1821
by John R. Van Atta

Roman political thought
by Jed W. Atkins

Simonides the poet : intertextuality and reception
by Richard Rawles

Oedipus the king
by Sophocles ; edited with introduction, translation, and commentary by P. J. Finglass

The measure of Homer : the ancient reception of the Iliad and the Odyssey
by Richard Hunter (On Display)

The history of Central Asia. Vol. 4
by Christoph Baumer

The Qur’an : a historical-critical introduction
by Nicolai Sinai

Staging conventions in Medieval English theatre
by Philip Butterworth (On Display)

A historical syntax of English
by Bettelou Los

Philosophy of linguistics
edited by Ruth Kempson, Tim Fernando and Nicholas Asher

Learning radiology : recognizing the basics (3rd edn)
by William Herring

Psychiatry (4th edn)
by John Geddes, Jonathan Price and Rebecca McKnight ; with Michael Gelder and Richard Mayou

Essential ENT (2nd edn)
by Rogan J. Corbridge

Ophthalmology : lecture notes (11th edn)
by Bruce James and Anthony Bron

Thirteenth century England. XVI : proceedings of the Cambridge Conference, 2015
edited by Andrew M. Spencer and Carl Watkins

Literature of the crusades
edited by Simon Thomas Parsons and Linda M. Paterson; incl. ch. by Jean Dunbabin (RF, 1961-63; On Display)

Learning to die in London, 1380-1540
by Amy Appleford

Those who from afar look like flies : an anthology of Italian poetry from Pasolini to the present. T. 1
edited by Luigi Ballerini and Beppe Cavatorta ; foreword by Marjorie Perloff

Motherhood, religion, and society in medieval Europe, 400-1400 : essays presented to Henrietta Leyser
edited by Conrad Leyser and Lesley Smith; incl. ch. by Caroline M. Barron (Old Somervillian; On Display)

Medieval military technology (2nd edn)
by Kelly DeVries and Robert Douglas Smith

Space and settlement in Medieval Ireland
Vicky McAlister and Terry Barry, editors

Accident and emergency radiology : a survival guide (3rd edn)
by Nigel Raby, Laurence Berman, Simon Morley and Gerald de Lacey

Greek lyric : a selection
edited by Felix Budelmann

The annals of Tacitus. Book 4
edited with a commentary by A.J. Woodman

Free woman : life, liberation and Doris Lessing
by Lara Feigel (Old Somervillian; On Display)

Law and the whirligig of time
by Stephen Sedley (On Display)

Roger Bacon and the defence of Christendom
by Amanda Power

Women in imperial China
by Bret Hinsch

Are we smart enough to know how smart animals are?
by Frans de Waal ; with drawings by the author (On Display)

Imagining the parish in late medieval England
by Ellen K. Rentz

Eunuchs in antiquity and beyond
edited by Shaun Tougher

The poet’s freedom : a notebook on making
by Susan Stewart

The complete works of John Milton. Vols. 3 and 6
various editors

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Books added w/c 25th June 2018

As well as the below we have received a gift of German philosophy, literature and language books from Joanna Raisbeck (current DPhil)

William Blake : the drawings for Dante’s Divine comedy
by Sebastian Schütze, Maria Antonietta Terzoli ; directed and produced by Benedikt Taschen

Experimental syntax : applying objective methods to sentence judgements
by Wayne Cowart

150 ECG problems (4th edn)
by John R. Hampton

ENT MCQs for medical students : with explanatory answers
by Gurdeep Singh Mannu and Tunde Odutoye

The Old Oligarch : Pseudo-Xenophon’s constitution of the Athenians
introduction, translation and commentary by Robin Osborne

Metaphor
by Denis Donoghue

The water will come : rising seas, sinking cities, and the remaking of the civilized world
by Jeff Goodell

Comic medievalism : laughing at the middle ages
by Louise D’Arcens

Bind us apart : how enlightened Americans invented racial segregation
by Nicholas Guyatt

Lecture notes. Psychiatry (11th edn)
by Gautam Gulati et al.

Henry VI
by David Grummitt

Monetary theory and policy (4th edn)
by Carl E. Walsh

Textbook on land law (17th edn)
by Judith-Anne MacKenzie and Aruna Nair

The aesthetics of care : on the literary treatment of animals
by Josephine Donovan

Frühneuhochdeutsche Grammatik
von Robert Peter Ebert et al.

Modern Spain : 1808 to the present
by Pamela Beth Radcliff

Illuminating women in the medieval world
by Christine Sciacca (On Display)

Ocean liners : speed and style
edited by Daniel Finamore and Ghislaine Wood (On Display)

The EY exhibition : Impressionists in London: French artists in exile 1870-1904
edited by Caroline Corbeau-Parsons

All too human : Bacon, Freud and a century of painting life
edited by Elena Crippa

The evolution of communication
by Marc D. Hauser

The seduction of Mrs. Pendlebury
by Margaret Forster (On Display)

Works and days
by Hesiod ; translated and with an introduction and notes by A. E. Stallings

A woman’s work
by Harriet Harman (On Display)

Collecting the world : the life and curiosity of Hans Sloane
by James Delbourgo (On Display)

The articulate mammal : an introduction to psycholinguistics (Routledge classic edition)
by Jean Aitchison ; with a foreword by the author

Nathanael West’s Miss Lonelyhearts
edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom

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Books added week commencing 18th June 2018

As well as the books listed below we have received one donation of Chinese readers from Pegy Rimmer (Mary Ewart Research Fellow, 1964), several French texts from the Library of Old Somervillian Rosalind Page (1935-38), and a selection of others from various current or graduating students.

The art and history of calligraphy
by Patricia Lovett

Life in the garden
by Penelope Lively

Culture and philosophy in the age of Plotinus
by Mark Edwards

Oxford heritage walks. On foot from Paradise Street to Sheepwash
by Malcolm Graham

Women and museums, 1850-1914 : modernity and the gendering of knowledge
by Kate Hill (On Display)

John Baskerville : art and industry in the enlightenment
edited by Caroline Archer-Parre and Malcolm Dick; foreword by Jenny Uglow (On Display)

Long live great Bardfield : the autobiography of Tirzah Garwood
edited and with a preface by Anne Ullman

Introduction to Attic Greek (2nd edn)
by Donald J. Mastronarde (4 copies)

War, government and aristocracy in the British Isles, c.1150-1500 : essays in honour of Michael Prestwich
edited by Chris Given-Wilson, Ann Kettle and Len Scales

Changing perceptions of nature
edited by Ian Convery and Peter Davis (On Display)

Speaking of Spain : the evolution of race and nation in the Hispanic world
by Antonio Feros

Cognitive linguistics : an introduction
by Vyvyan Evans and Melanie Green

Basic color terms : their universality and evolution
by Brent Berlin and Paul Kay

Building Anglo-Saxon England
by John Blair (On Display)

Administrative law (4th edn)
by Timothy Endicott (2 copies, 1 confined)

International economics : theory & policy (11th edn)
by Paul R. Krugman, Maurice Obstfeld and Marc J. Melitz (2 copies)

Brutus : the noble conspirator
by Kathryn Tempest (On Display)

A nation without borders : the United States and its world in an age of civil wars, 1830-1910
by Steven Hahn (On Display)

A brief history of English syntax
by Olga Fischer, Hendrik De Smet and Wim van der Wurff

Linguistic anthropology
by Alessandro Duranti

Rethinking linguistic relativity
edited by John J. Gumperz and Stephen C. Levinson

Stage directions and Shakespearean theatre
edited by Sarah Dustagheer and Gillian Woods; includes chapter by Emma Smith (Old Somervillian; On Display)

Social creature
by Tara Isabella Burton

Jane Austen’s Sense and sensibility
adapted by Emma Whipday, with Brian McMahon (Chapel Director; On Display)

Modern playhouses : an architectural history of Britain’s new theatres, 1945-1985
by Alistair Fair (Old Somervillian)

Sociolingüística y pragmática del español (2nd edn)
by Carmen Silva-Corvalán and Andrés Enrique-Arias

The evolution of verse structure in Old and Middle English poetry : from the earliest alliterative poems to iambic pentameter
by Geoffrey Russom (On Display)

Readings in medieval history (5th edn)
edited by Patrick J. Geary

In pursuit of civility : manners and civilization in early modern England
by Keith Thomas (On Display)

From humanism to Hobbes : studies in rhetoric and politics
by Quentin Skinner

The highest good in Aristotle and Kant
edited by Joachim Aufderheide and Ralf M. Bader (On Display)

Devotional culture in late medieval England and Europe : diverse imaginations of Christ’s life
edited by Stephen Kelly and Ryan Perry

The world makers : scientists of the Restoration and the search for the origins of the earth
by William Poole

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Books added 13th June 2018

Spirits of the Dolomites
by Alan Boyle & Susan Boyle

Women at the top : achievement and family life
by Joan Wheeler-Bennett, in collaboration with Beatrice Musgrave (Old Somervillian) and Zoë Hersov; includes interview with Nina Bawden (Old Somervillian; On Display)

Artisan/practitioners and the rise of the new sciences, 1400-1600
by Pamela O. Long

The Aristotelian ethics : a study of the relationship between the Eudemian and Nicomachean ethics of Aristotle (2nd edn)
by Anthony Kenny

Musicians in the making : pathways to creative performance
edited by John Rink, Helena Gaunt and Aaron Williamon

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Books added 12th June 2018

Worlding cities : Asian experiments and the art of being global
edited by Ananya Roy and Aihwa Ong

‘Guilty women’, foreign policy, and appeasement in inter-war Britain
by Julie V. Gottlieb

Assia Djebar : littérature et transmission
Wolfgang Asholt, Mireille Calle-Gruber et Dominique Combe (éds)

Reassessing 1970s Britain
edited by Lawrence Black, Hugh Pemberton and Pat Thane

No solution : the Labour government and the Northern Ireland conflict, 1974-79
by S.C. Aveyard

The national debt : a short history
by Martin Slater

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Books added 11th June 2018

The other special relationship : race, rights, and riots in Britain and the United States
edited by Robin D.G. Kelley and Stephen Tuck

Veteran poetics : British literature in the age of mass warfare, 1790-2015
by Kate McLoughlin (Old Somervillian; On Display)

Architecture in Roman Britain
edited by Peter Johnson ; with Ian Haynes

The non-identity problem and the ethics of future people
by David Boonin

The First World War : literature, culture, modernity
edited by Santanu Das and Kate McLoughlin (Old Somervillian)

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Books added 8th June 2018

Clothing art : the visual culture of fashion, 1600-1914
by Aileen Ribeiro

David Hockney
edited by Chris Stephens and Andrew Wilson

Artist and empire : facing Britain’s imperial past
edited by Alison Smith, David Blayney Brown and Carol Jacobi

Born free and equal? : a philosophical inquiry into the nature of discrimination
by Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen

Theoretical approaches to the archaeology of ancient Greece : manipulating material culture
Lisa C. Nevett, editor

Memories of post-imperial nations : the aftermath of decolonization, 1945-2013
edited by Dietmar Rothermund

Plato’s Theaetetus
by John M. Cooper

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