FOREIGN LANGUAGES & LITERATURES Bogotâa 39 : nuevas voces de ficciâon latinoamericanas / ediciâon al cuidado de Margarita Valencia.
Hesiod / edited and translated by Glenn W. Most.
HEALTH SCIENCES Hippocrates. Volume XI / edited and translated by Paul Potter.
HISTORY & MARITIME STUDIES Dragon lords : the history and legends of Viking England / Eleanor Parker.
Mamaskatch : a Cree coming of age / Darrel J. McLeod.
Mapping diaspora : African American roots tourism in Brazil / Patricia de Santana Pinho.
Redefining the modern military : the intersection of profession and ethics / edited by Nathan K. Finney and Tyrell O. Mayfield.
Reliques of the Rives (Ryves) / by James Rives Childs; being historical and genealogical notes of the ancient family of Ryves of County Dorset and of the Rives of Virginia. An essay: sociological and historical
Smoke ’em if you got ’em : the rise and fall of the military cigarette ration / Joel R. Bius.
LIBRARY SCIENCE Transforming libraries to serve graduate students / edited by Crystal Renfro and Cheryl Stiles.
LITERATURE & LITERARY STUDEIS Crazy rich Asians [DVD] / Warner Bros. Pictures presents ; produced by Nina Jacobson, Brad Simpson, Jon Penotti ; screenplay by Peter Chiarell adn Adele Lim ; director, Jon M. Chu.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post [videorecording].
Much ado about nothing / [William Shakespeare] ; edited by F. H. Mares ; with an introduction updated by Travis D. Williams, University of Rhode Island.
The new romantic [videorecording].
Thunder road / written and directed by Jim Cummings.
Wayside sang : poems / Cecily Nicholson.
PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION Foundation for a natural morality : a deductive approach for defending and developing a moral theory / Edmund Wall.
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY Algebraic statistics / Seth Sullivant.
SOCIAL SCIENCES The design of childhood : how the material world shapes independent kids / Alexandra Lange.
Handcuffs and chain link : criminalizing the undocumented in America / Benjamin Gonzalez O’Brien.
IGen : why today’s super-connected kids are growing up less rebellious, more tolerant, less happy– and completely unprepared for adulthood (and what this means for the rest of us) / Jean M. Twenge, Ph. D.
Messy ethnographies in action / edited by Alexandra Plows ; foreword by John Law.