Popular ebrary/Ebook Central titles Michaelmas Term 2016

scripting-revolution      archaeopoetics      banal      bengal

There follows a list of owned ebrary or Ebook Central ebooks which have been in demand over the Michaelmas Term. They have all been upgraded to allow greater concurrent access, as a result of multiple turnaway notifications received by the ebooks@cambridge team.

al-Muwaylihi – What ‘Isa ibn Hisham Told Us: or, A Period of Time, Volume One  

Amrith – Crossing the Bay of Bengal: the furies of nature and the fortunes of migrants

Baker – Scripting revolution: a historical approach to the comparative study of revolutions

Billig – Banal nationalism

Bloomfield – Archaeopoetics: word, image, history

Hann – Postsocialism: ideals, ideologies and practices in Eurasia

Hungerford – Making literature now 

Major – Architects of austerity: international finance and the politics of growth

Mead – Special providence: American foreign policy and how it changed the world

Musgrove – China’s contested capital: architecture, ritual, and response in Nanjing

Tomlinson – A million years of music: the emergence of human modernity

All of these ebook titles can be found in iDiscover and can be accessed on and off campus with a Raven login.

special-providence      postsocialism      making-literature-now      million-years

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