New Books in the Library – Week beg 25th July

Below is a selection of books recently received by the Library. This selection is part of a larger collection of recently received books currently on display on Level 3 of the Main Library. Books are available on this display for one week before being returned to the shelves.

The Brokeback book : from story to cultural phenomenon / edited by William R. Handley University of Nebraska Press, c2011. Theatre KL277.B7 HAN
Attractiveness for innovation : location factors for international investment/ OECD OECD, c2011. Economics W38 ORG20
Russian literature and its demons / edited by Pamela Davidson Berghahn Books, 2000 Slavonic G360.D3 DAV
Theorizing black theatre : art versus protest in critical writings, 1898-1965 / Henry D. Miller McFarland & Co., c2011 English XA338.N3 MIL
Dress, culture, and commerce : the English clothing trade before the factory, 1660-1800 / Beverly Lemire St. Martin’s Press, 1997 . Economics L2500 LEM
East & West : papers in ancient history presented to Glen W. Bowersock / edited by T. Corey Brennan and Harriet I. Flower Harvard University Press, 2008 Classics RA45 BRE
China 2020 : the next decade for the People’s Republic of China / edited by Kerry Brown Chandos Publishing, 2010 . History VV772 CHI10
The great recession : history, ideology, hubris and nemesis / Michael Heng Siam-Heng. World Scientific, c2010 Economics A4055 HEN
The fossil trail : how we know what we think we know about human evolution / Ian Tattersall. Oxford University Press, c2009 Biology R50


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