New ebook titles – October 2015

Here is a selection of the titles added to the ebooks@cambridge collection during October. These titles were purchased by, or on behalf of, department and faculty libraries within the University of Cambridge and by the University Library.

Click on the cover image to access the title via our authenticated links.

British design  Eating right  learning to learn  Offending and distance  Persian historiography Arab nationalism   Literary conceptualisations of growth  Architectures of childhood   SCHAPER PPC 5(250x172)films   descartes   coperta Medioevo 3.indd   Narrazione exempla   Global educatio ninc  Graduate citizens  making waves   Mind in society  Managing the modern law firm  Effective knowledge for law firms  Framed time  Genealogy as critique  DSM-5  lif ein education and   cognitive psychology   human olfactory  complete Aeschylus 1  me, myself and us  doctoral student's companion   electodermal activity  distribution of responsibilites  farewell to fragmentation  proportionality and deference   spatial turn  spaces of capital  Raymond Williams  Derrida's of  reading Derrida's of  locatio nof culture  generationa dn degeneration  Democratie doorgelicht   Concise history of Germany  Wonderfully wordless  Samuel Beckett  Pocket guide to Greek  war and society  extreme environmental    Accelerating MATLABPorcellane e  user's guide to the Nestle  Mobilities and neighbourhoods  Quiet power of indicators  Religious internationals  Irrestistible fairy tale  Magna Carta for all  l'arme  Virginia Woolf's ethics  material religion  Eath system  Globalizatio nreader  Subversive harry Potter  new Arab man  how to write a thesis

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