Frankenstein, Shakespeare and more, new on Cambridge Core

There have been some new titles added to the Cambridge Companions ebooks collection on Cambridge Core, including  Frankenstein, Shakespeare’s First Folio and Newton. Please have a browse to see if there’s anything of interest for your studies. All of these ebooks should pop up in iDiscover tomorrow; for now you can access them directly from Cambridge Core or just click on any of the covers below.

frank        popper        hebrew

singer        newton        first-folio

british-black        literature-religion        medieval

Duke University Press ebook collection

All Duke University Press ebooks in the humanities and social sciences are now available to members of the University of Cambridge from the eDuke Books Scholarly Collection platform. Initially this access is thanks to a free trial which runs until the 31st of March 2016, but it is expected that the University Library and ebooks@cambridge will purchase access for at least another 12 months after this date.

Read 200 ebooksRecords for individual titles appear in LibrarySearch and you can search the collection by subject, author or title on the eDuke Books Scholarly Collection platform.

Access to this ebook collection is available both on and off-campus, via the authenticated links in the LibrarySearch records.If accessing from off campus you will be directed to log in with your Raven username and password.

There are currently 2,150 titles available titles, this number will grow as more books are published and added to the site on a monthly basis. New front-list publications are added as they are published, and the available archive collection contains 1,250 titles published between 1964 – 2007.

These ebooks are DRM-free, you can print or read online, or download PDFs by chapter, and they are available for unlimited concurrent users.

Some recently published titles are highlighted below; click on the book covers to access the full text.

sensing sound                   how would you

emergent religious affects     reel world     islam

 

If you have any comments or questions about this new collection please contact the ebooks@cambridge team by emailing ebooks@lib.cam.ac.uk.

New ebooks titles – September 2015

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

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

Africa Rising  It looks worse  sex and salvation  signifying  Developmental science  agressio nagainst  Chaucer an Plutarch  Intolerant bodies  Citizenship and global  novel aspects  Collective action in the  Article 31(3)   Foundations of Buddhism  Absolutism in central Age of reformation  Knight at the movies    Nasser   Economic development  Genealogy of a gene  Recombinant university  Mikhail Bakhtin  microscope image processing Bet  Nurturing natures  Writing the new ethnography  Inhuman bondage  Strategic management  Sensatio and perseption  Wake u little Susie  Between borders  Child at school  Ruling America   Ashgate - early modern England Drawing the global  ECG made  accident and emergency  Introductio nto complex analysis pieces of the musical  friendships in childhood  Visul cultures of secrecy   Basil Berstein  Contesting colonial  Physicist and philosopher  chaos and love

New ebook titles – August 2015

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

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

african sexualities  struggles  city futures  ethical soundscape

good strategy  classical sculpture  creationism and its critics  war and society  killing consensus  doing your reclaiming  register social and emotional hoarding  vital memory among empires  violence over the land  leviathan international law  from Jim Crow blues music  segregating  socialising  failed statebuilding  getting by  illicit flows  looting africa  statebuilding NATO Ain't no black northeast asia  Chinese circulations