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Thursday, July 30, 2009

New Titles in Psychology

Eros and ethics : reading Jacques Lacan's Seminar VII by Marc De Kesel and translated by Sigi Jottkandt

Mad and divine : spirit and psyche in the modern world by Sudhir Kakar

Solace : finding your way through grief and learning to live again by Roberta Temes

Letting go of perfect : overcoming perfectionism in kids by Jill L. Adelsonand Hope E. Wilson

Vampires today : the truth about modern vampirism by Joseph Laycock

New History Titles

The secret war: the inside story of the code makers and code breakers of World War II by Michael Paterson

Trieste: un Identita di frontiera by Angelo Ara and Claudio Magris

The real George Washington by Jay A. Parry

Reconstructing racial identity and the African past in the Dominican Republic by Kimberly Eison Simmons

NOAA celebrating 200 years of science, service, and stewardship, 1807-2007 by Albert E. Theberge

New Theology Titles

Ouvrages apologetiques by Pseudo-Justin

Early modern religious communities in East Central Europe by Istvan Keul

Proverbs 10-31: a new translation with introduction and commentary by Michael V. Fox

L'accomplissment chez saint Paul: expression du rapport entre les deux alliances by Bernard Weill

Prayers by Pope Benedict XVI

Reference USA and Going Global

For the 2009-2010 academic year the Reinert-Alumni Library, the Creighton Career Center, and the College of Business have funded campus wide access to Reference USA and Going Global. These career and employment resources can provide assistance with locating potential places of employment.