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 one, 2018/19 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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Agent of change: print culture studies after Elizabeth L. Eisenstein edited by Sabrina Alcorn Baron, Eric N. Lindquist, and Eleanor F. Shevlin (shelfmark: Z124 Age.)
Pomodoro!: a history of the tomato in Italy by David Gentilcore (shelfmark: TX803.T6 Gen.)
From frontiers to football: an alternative history of Latin America since 1800 by Matthew Brown (shelfmark: F1410 Bro. Also available as e-book).
Neolithic bodies edited by Penny Bickle and Emilie Sibbesson (shelfmark: GN776.2.A1 Neo.)
“Licentious liberty” in a Brazilian gold-mining region: slavery, gender, and social control in eighteenth-century Sabará, Minas Gerais by Kathleen J. Higgins (shelfmark: HT1129.S2 Hig.)
Through a classical eye: transcultural and transhistorical visions in medieval English, Italian and Latin literature in honour of Winthrop Wetherbee edited by Andrew Galloway and R.F. Yeager (e-book).
Egyptology today edited by Richard H. Wilkinson (shelfmark: DT60 Egy.)
The Chinese must go: violence, exclusion, and the making of the alien in America by Beth Lew-Williams (shelfmark: E184.C5 Lew. Also available as e-book).
Le mythe de l’art antique: entre anecdotes et lieux communs edited by Emmanuelle Hénin and Valérie Naas (shelfmark: N72.S6 Myt.)
The Crusades and their sources: essays presented to Bernard Hamilton edited by John France and William G. Zajac (shelfmark: D151.C781998 Cru. Also available as e-book).
Reagan: an American journey by Bob Spitz (shelfmark: E877 Spi.)
Method and metaphysics: essays in ancient philosophy I by Jonathan Barnes; edited by Maddalena Bonelli (shelfmark: B171 Bar.)
Independence lost: lives on the edge of the American Revolution by Kathleen DuVal (shelfmark: E209 Duv.)
A practical guide to studying history: skills and approaches edited by Tracey Loughran (shelfmark: D16 Pra.)
Archaeology across frontiers and borderlands: fragmentation and connectivity in the North Agean and the Central Balkans from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age edited by Stefanos Gimatzidis, Magda Pieniążek, Sila Mangalağlu-Votruba; English language editing: Kelly Gillikin (shelfmark: Folio DF220 Arc.)
Reappraising the right: the past and future of American conservatism by George H. Nash (shelfmark: JC573.2.U6 Nas.)
A social and cultural history of late antiquity by Douglas Boin (shelfmark: DE71 Boi. Also available as e-book).
Ghosts of the tsunami by Richard Lloyd Parry (shelfmark: HV600 2011.T64 Llo.)
Die jüdische Revolution: Untersuchungen zu Ursachen, Verlauf und Folgen der hasmonäischen Erhebung by Johannes Christian Bernhardt (shelfmark: DS121.7 Ber. Also available as e-book).
Antimonarchic discourse in antiquity edited by Henning Börm with collaboration of Wolfgang Havener (shelfmark: JC381 Ant.)
Big water: the making of the borderlands between Brazil, Argentina, and Paragua edited by Jacob Blanc and Frederico Freitas ; foreword by Zephyr Frank (shelfmark: F2217 Big. Also available as e-book).
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