New Print Books

Here’s a sampling of new print books that have recently arrived at Koerner Library. For more new books, you can check out the New Books & Materials page, which allows you to search for new print materials by broad subject area, call number ranges, library location, language and more. You can even set up an RSS feed to receive continuous updates about new print books.


Agnoletti, M., & Neri Serneri, S. (2014). The basic environmental history. Cham, Switzerland; New York: Springer. GF13 .B37 2014, KOERNER LIBRARY stacks

Bohls, E. A. (2014). Slavery and the politics of place: Representing the colonial Caribbean, 1770-1833. Cambridge: Cambridge UP. PR448.S55 B64 2014, KOERNER LIBRARY stacks

Druick, Z., & Williams, D. (2014). The Grierson effect: Tracing documentary’s international movement. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. PN1995.9.D6 G749 2014, KOERNER LIBRARY stacks

Fuchs, C. (2014). Digital labor and Karl Marx. New York: Routledge. HD8039.K59 F83 2014, KOERNER LIBRARY stacks

Khoury-Ghata, V., Hacker, M., & Khoury-Ghata, V. (2014). Where are the trees going?. Evanston, Illinois: Curbstone Books. PQ2671.H6 A2 2014, KOERNER LIBRARY stacks

Lynn, S. J., O’Donohue, W. T., & Lilienfeld, S. O. (2015). Health, happiness, and well-being: Better living through psychological science. Los Angeles: SAGE. BF575.H27 L96 2015, KOERNER LIBRARY Great Reads

Shragge, E. (2013). Activism and social change: Lessons for community organizing. Tonawanda, N.Y; Toronto: University of Toronto P. HM766 .S57 2013, KOERNER LIBRARY stacks

Sodeman, M. (2015). Sentimental memorials: Women and the novel in literary history. Stanford, California: Stanford UP. PR858.W6 S77 2015, KOERNER LIBRARY stacks

Wright, S. (2014). Our ice is vanishing = sikuvut nunguliqtuq: A history of Inuit, newcomers, and climate change. Montreal: McGill-Queen’s UP. E99.E7 W75 2014, KOERNER LIBRARY stacks

Yavari, N. (2014). Advice for the sultan: Prophetic voices and secular politics in medieval Islam. New York: Oxford UP. BP173.7 .Y37 2014, KOERNER LIBRARY stacks

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