Thanks to recommendations from members of staff and requests via RAB from students the Library is continually adding new books to its collections both online and in print. Here are just a (very) small number of the books that have been added to the Library’s collections in semester two, 2017/18 for the School of History, Classics and Archaeology and these demonstrate the wide range of subjects being taught, studied and researched within School.
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Ritual matters: material remains and ancient religion edited by Claudia Moser and Jennifer Knust (shelfmark: Folio BL808 Rit.)
A companion to the Anglo-Norman world edited by Christopher Harper-Bill and Elisabeth van Houts (shelfmark: DA195 Com. Also available as e-book).
Jefferson: architect of American liberty by John B. Boles (shelfmark: E332 Bol.)
The Pacific war and its political legacies by Denny Roy (shelfmark: D767 Roy.)
Decolonizing the map: cartography from colony to nation edited by James R. Akerman (shelfmark: GA108.7 Dec. Also available as e-book).
The Iron Age on the Northumberland coastal plain: excavations in advance of development 2002-2010 by Nick Hodgson, Jonathan McKelvey and Warren Muncaster ; with contributions by D. Bateman [and 14 others] (shelfmark: Folio GN780.22.G7 Hod.)
A poverty of rights: citizenship and inequality in twentieth-century Rio de Janeiro by Brodwyn Fischer (shelfmark: HC189.R4 Fis.)
The round table movement and the fall of the ‘second’ British Empire by Andrea Bosco (shelfmark: JN231 Bos. Also available as e-book).
Conflict archaeology: materialities of collective violence from prehistory to late antiquity edited by Manuel Fernández-Götz and Nico Roymans (Shelfmark: Folio CC77.M55 Con.)
Genocide and millennialism in Upper Peru: the Great Rebellion of 1780-1782 by Nicholas A. Robins ; foreword by Israel W. Charny (shelfmark: F3444 Rob. Also available as e-book).
Remembering Katyn by Alexander Etkind … [and others] (shelfmark: D804.S65 Rem.)
The Milesians Thales edited by Georg Wèohrle ; translation and additional material by Richard McKirahan ; with collaboration of Ahmed Alwishah ; with an introduction by Georg Wèohrle and Gotthard Strohmaier (e-book).
Forgotten: the untold story of D-Day’s Black heroes, at home and at war by Linda Hervieux (shelfmark: D769.343 320th Her.)
Detox your writing: strategies for doctoral researchers by Pat Thomson and Barbara Kamler (shelfmark: LB2369 Tho. Also available as e-book).
The birdcage of the muses: patronage of the arts and sciences at the Ptolemaic Imperial Court, 305-222 BCE by Rolf Strootman (shelfmark: DT92 Str.)
Women and the journey: the female travel experience edited by Bonnie Frederick & Susan H. McLeod ; illustrated by Jo Hockenhull ; with a foreword by Catharine R. Stimpson (shelfmark: G200 Wom.)
Enforcing civil rights: race discrimination and the Department of Justice by Brian K. Landsberg (shelfmark: KF4755 Lan.)
With Alexander in India and Central Asia: moving east and back to west edited by Claudia Antonetti and Paolo Biagi (shelfmark: DF234.6 Wit. Also available as e-book).
The Earles of Liverpool: a Georgian merchant dynasty by Peter Earle (Shelfmark: DA690.L8 Ear. Also available as e-book).
I wanna be me: rock music and the politics of identity by Theodore Gracyk (shelfmark: ML3534 Gra.)
Eisenhower’s Sputnik moment: the race for space and world prestige by Yanek Mieczkowski (shelfmark: E835 Mie. Also available as e-book).
Re-viewing British cinema, 1900-1992: essays and interviews edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon (shelfmark: PN1993.5.G7 Rev.)
You can find all of these books and the many more that are available for supporting teaching, learning and research in History, Classics and Archaeology via DiscoverEd. E-books are only available to current students and staff at the University of Edinburgh.
Caroline Stirling – Academic Support Librarian for School of History, Classics and Archaeology