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Monday, July 28, 2014

New title in Military Science


New armies from old: merging competing militaries after civil wars by Rock Licklider, editor


George Owen Squier: U.S. Army major general, inventor, aviation pioneer, founder of Muzak by Paul W. Clark and Laurence A. Lyons


The 104th Field Artillery Regiment of the New York National Guard, 1916-1919: from the Mexican border to the Meuse-Argonne by Pamela A. Bakker


Foreign intelligence surveillance courts: background, issues and proposals by Keara Declan, editor



New titles in Atmospheric Sciences


The science of ocean waves : ripples, tsunamis, and stormy seas
    Zirker, Jack B.


Cinema as weather [electronic resource] : stylistic screens and atmospheric change
    McKim, Kristi,

Weathering [electronic resource] : types, processes and effects
    Colon, Matthew J.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

New titles in History

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The hour of peril: the secret plot to murder Lincoln before the Civil War by Daniel Stashower


The Indian Army on the Western Front: India's Expeditionary Force to France and Belgium in the First World War by George Morton-Jack


Death from the skies: how the British and Germans survived bombing in World War II by Dietmar Suss


Goodbye to all that? : the story of Europe since 1945 by Dan Stone


The Great War for peace by William Mulligan


One land, two states: Israel and Palestine as parallel states by Mark Levine and others


Monday, July 14, 2014

New titles in Political Science


Conservative bias: how Jesse Helms pioneered the rise of right-wing media and realigned the Republican Party by Bryan Hardin Thrift


The democratic horizon: hyperpluralism and the renewal of political liberalism by Alessandro Ferrara


Liberalism: the life of an idea by Edmund Fawcett


The mediation process: practical strategies for resolving conflict by Christopher W. Moore

Monday, July 7, 2014

New titles in Marketing and Management



Brave girl: Clara and the Shirtwaist Makers' Strike of 1909 by Michelle Markel


Inside Apple: how America's most admired and secretive company really works by Adam Lashinsky


I'm feeling lucky: the confessions of Google employee number 59 by Douglas Edwards


The butterfly defect: how globalization creates systemic risks, and what to do about it by Ian Goldin and others