Tuesday, July 03, 2007

What's New at the Library?

What does the following list of materials have in common?

Berry, Chris and Mary Farquhar.  China on Screen.  New York:  Columbia
     University Press,  2006.

Carter, Jimmy.  Palestine:  Peace Not Apartheid.  New York:  Simon &
     Schuster, 2006.

Ehrenreich, Barbara.  Dancing in the Streets:  A History of Collective Joy
     New York:  Metropolitan Books, 2007.

Eton Choirbook Collection.  Coro Cor16040, 2001-2004.  5 Compact

Feinstein, Lee.  Darfur and Beyond:  What is Needed to Prevent Mass
.  New York:  Council on Foreign Relations, 2007.

Krygier, John and Denis Wood.  Making Maps:  A Visual Guide to Map
     Design for GIS
.  New York:  Guilford Press, 2005. 

Pastoureau, Michel.  Blue:  The History of a Color.  Princeton:  Princeton
     University Press, 2001.

Rebora, Giovanni.  Culture of the Fork: A Brief History of Food in Europe
     New York:  Columbia University Press, 2001.

Roberts, Adam.  The History of Science Fiction.  New York:  Palgrave
     Macmillan, 2006.

Sybil.  Directed by Daniel Petrie.  Warner Home Video, 2006.  DVD.

Theroux, Louis.  The Call of the Weird:  Travels in American Subcultures
     Cambridge:  Da Capo Press, 2007.

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.  What to Do When a Friend
     is Depressed
.  Bethesda:  National Institute of Mental Health, 2000.

No idea?  These items are posted on our New Items List.  Each month, the library posts a list of new items added to the collection.  To see what items we added in June, go to our website http://www.redlands.edu/library and click on the link for the library catalog.  From there you should see the link in the middle column labeled labeled "New Items Acquired."  Check back at the beginning of each new month for the latest list.  To locate a specific item on this list, try searching the library catalog.

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