From werewolves to world music : new books in the Library, 8th January 2018

Below is a selection of books received by the Library in the week leading up to 8th January. For a complete listing of books received during this period see: New Books 080118 [xls]

The Lindisfarne Gospels : new perspectives / edited by Richard Gameson
Leiden : Brill, [2017] Bibliog qB162:10 2017-G
This changes everything : capitalism vs. the climate / Naomi Klein
New York, NY : Simon & Schuster Paperbacks, [2015] Economics B790.E5 KLE2
London : Routledge, 2017 Education G180.C4 2017-L
Race, transnationalism, and nineteenth-century American literary studies / Robert S. Levine Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2018 English XA217.R2 LEVIN
What is painting? / Julian Bell
London : Thames and Hudson, 2017 Fine Arts C188 BEL
Werewolves, wolves and the gothic / edited by Robert McKay and John Miller Cardiff : University of Wales Press, 2017 Gen Lit A395.W28 MACKA
Disaffection and everyday life in interregnum England / Caroline Boswell
Woodbridge, Suffolk : The Boydell Press, 2017 History DK500 BOS
The historical foundations of Grotius’ analysis of delict / Joe Sampson Leiden : Brill, [2018] Law K10 SAM
Social determinants of health : an interdisciplinary approach to social inequality and well-being / edited by Adrian Bonner Bristol : Policy Press, 2017 Medicine FC8 2017-B2
Moral victories : the ethics of winning wars / edited by Andrew R. Hom, Cian O’Driscoll, and Kurt Mills
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017 Mil Sci A130 HOM
Popular world music / Andrew Shahriari (2nd ed)
New York, NY : Routledge, 2018 Music F62 SHA
The least of all possible evils : a short history of humanitarian violence / Eyal Weizman
London : Verso, 2017 Politics B370 WEI
London : Routledge, 2017 Soc Sci D840 JAC
Gender in Georgia : feminist perspectives on culture, nation, and history in the South Caucasus / edited by Maia Barkaia and Alisse Waterston New York : Berghahn Books, 2018 Sov Stud CH280 2018-B
Building successful and sustainable film and television businesses : a cross-national perspective / edited by Eva Bakøy, Roel Puijk and Andrew Spicer Bristol : Intellect, 2017 Theatre T160 BAK


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