Happy New Year! If you are taking a break from school or beginning the Interterm, stop by the library to take a look at the new materials.
For food and tea lovers out there, learn more about its history and current struggles in The taste of empire: how Britain’s quest for food shaped the modern world, Food waste management: solving the wicked problem, and A thirst for empire: how tea shaped the modern world.
For those who enjoy reading about the subject of reading, take a look at Novels in the time of democratic writing: the American example, Reading Jane Austen, and The Victorian verse-novel : aspiring to life.
The new materials display is located behind the reference desk and everything is available for check-out.
- Music performance anxiety : a comprehensive update of the literature
- From music to sound : the emergence of sound in 20th- and 21st-century music
- The Oxford handbook of modern and contemporary American poetry
- Caput Nili : how I won the war and lost my taste for oranges
- Migrant imaginaries : figures in Italian migration literature
- Because internet : understanding the new rules of language
Science and Technology
- Orchids as aphrodisiac, medicine or food
- Women in nanotechnology : contributions from the atomic level and up
- Women in water quality : investigations by prominent female engineers
- Advanced techniques for audio watermarking
- Deliberative global governance
- International institutions and power politics : bridging the divide
- A political philosophy : arguments for conservatism