Over 150 books from subject areas within SPS were added to the Library collections last month. Here is just a small selection:
Cybersecurity and cyberwar : what everyone needs to know, by P.W. Singer and Allan Friedman at QA76.9.A25 Sin.
Meaning in life : an analytic study, by Thaddeus Metz at BD431 Met.
The outsourced self: what happens when we pay others to live our lives for us, by Arlie Russell Hochschild at HQ536 Hoc.
Party & society : reconstructing a sociology of democratic party politics, by Cedric de Leon at JF2051 Leo.
The quest for socialist Utopia : the Ethiopian student movement, c.1960-1974, by Bahru Zedwe at DT387.95 Bah.
Return : nationalizing transnational mobility in Asia, edited by Xiang Biao, Brenda S.A. Yeoh, and Mika Toyota at JV8490 Ret.
Routledge international handbook of social and environmental change, edited by Stewart Lockie, David A. Sonnenfeld and Dana R. Fisher at HM856 Rou.
The rule of law, Islam, and constitutional politics in Egypt and Iran, edited by Saïd Amir Arjomand and Nathan J. Brown at KMC514 Rul.
Seeing like a feminist, by Nivedita Menon at HQ1742 Men.
The social life of achievement, edited by Nicholas J. Long and Henrietta L. Moore at BF503 Soc.
Ten crises, by Peter Montiel at HB3722 Mon.
Vande mataram : the biography of a song, by Sabyasachi Bhattacharya at ML3748 Bha.
You may find some of these books in the New Books display on the 1st floor of the Main Library, where a selection of new books from all subjects across the University are held. Books on these display shelves can be borrowed as normal.
In the Library Catalogue there is also an option to search for new books added to the Library’s collections from the last four weeks, just click on the “New Books” tab.
If looking for a book that has just been newly added to the Library’s collections and you can’t find it on the shelf please ensure you check the New Books display on the 1st floor and/or the Recent Returns shelves on the appropriate floor (shelfmarks starting A-N on 2nd floor, P-Z on 3rd floor). You may want to also double-check the Catalogue record to see if the item is actually in the HUB Collection (ground floor).