New books in the Library – Week Beg. 17th Nov 2014

Below is a selection of books received by the Library in the Week beg Nov 17th 2014. For a complete listing of books received during this period see:  New_books_171114  [xls]

Getting published in the life sciences / Richard J. Gladon, William R. Graves and J. Michael Kelly Wiley-Blackwell, c2011. Biology A14 2011-G
Where stuff comes from : how toasters, toilets, cars, computers, and many others things come to be as they are / by Harvey Molotch CRC Press Routledge, 2005. Engineering A12 2005-M
Anarchy & beauty : William Morris and his legacy, 1860-1960 / Fiona MacCarthy National Portrait Gallery Publications, [2014] Fine Arts LA5023 2014-M
Portrait of a tongue / Yoko Tawada ; translated from the German with an introduction and commentary by Chantal Wright University of Ottawa Press, [2013]
German NT134.P6E 2013-W
Health humanities reader / edited by Therese Jones, Delese Wear, and Lester D. Friedman Rutgers University Press, 2014. Medicine FC8 2014-J
The fair society : the science of human nature and the pursuit of social justice / Peter Corning

University of Chicago Press, 2011 Philosophy QT50.F2 COR
Forty studies that changed psychology : explorations into the history of psychological research / Roger R. Hock . 7th ed. Pearson Education, [2015] Psychology B351 HOC2
Gentrification : a working-class perspective / Kirsteen Paton Ashgate, [2014] Sociology C485.2.S6 PAT
Parallel lines : post-9/11 American cinema / Guy Westwell Parallel lines : post-9/11 American cinema / Guy Westwell Theatre K500.T46 WES


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