New Books in the Library, Week Beg. 12th March 2012

Below is a selection of books recently received by the Library.  See also: full list of new books for week beg 12 March 2012 , including links to the individual records for each one [PDF]

Stochastic geometry for image analysis / edited by Xavier Descombes Wiley, 2012 Computing J41 2012-D
The child in British literature : literary constructions of childhood, medieval to contemporary / edited by Adrienne E. Gavin Palgrave Macmillan, 2012 English E151.C4 GAV
Industrial enlightenment : science, technology and culture in Birmingham and the West Midlands, 1760-1820 / Peter M. Jones Manchester University Press, 2008 Economics B2580.B4 JON

 

The flowers of Tarbes, or, Terror in literature / Jean Paulhan ; translated from the French and with an introduction by Michael Syrotinski Middlesex University Press, 2006 French C145 PAU
Environment and empire / William Beinart and Lotte Hughes Oxford University Press, 2007 Geography GA10 2007-B
Constitutionalism in Islamic countries : between upheaval and continuity / edited by Rainer Grote and Tilmann J. Röder Oxford University Press, c2012 Law KG61:A10 GRO
Critical neuroscience : a handbook of the social and cultural contexts of neuroscience / edited by Suparna Choudhury and Jan Slaby Wiley-Blackwell, 2012 Physiology RH8 2012-C 
What is intelligence? : beyond the Flynn effect / James R. Flynn
Cambridge University Press, 2009 Psychology F500 FLY
Fitting into place? : class and gender geographies and temporalities / Yvette Taylor Ashgate, c2012 Sociology R25 TAY2


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