Almost every day new books arrive at the Library to be processed and then placed on the shelf or in your hands. Take a look at some of the books that have arrived most recently at the Library. Ask for more titles at the Research Services Desk!
Newly Arrived Nonfiction:
by Calvin Trillin
From bestselling author and beloved New Yorker writer, a deeply resonant collection from fifty years of reporting on race and racism in America, from the Civil Rights Era to today.
by Angela Duckworth
In this must-read book for anyone striving to succeed, a pioneering psychologist shows parents, educators, students, and business people both seasoned and new that the secret to outstanding achievement is not talent but a focused persistence called “grit.”
by Lindy West
Hailed by Lena Dunham as an “essential (and hilarious) voice for women,” Lindy West is ferociously witty and outspoken, tackling topics as varied as pop culture, social justice, and body image.
by Matti Friedman
From a celebrated, award-winning writer comes the true story of a band of young soldiers, the author among them, charged with holding one remote outpost in Lebanon, a task that changed them forever and foreshadowed today’s unwinnable conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere.
by Nancy Isenberg
A history of the class system in America from colonial times to the present illuminates the crucial legacy of the underprivileged white demographic, challenging popular notions about equality while citing the pivotal contributions of lower-class white workers in wartime, social policy and the rise of the Republican Party.
by Bronwen Dickey
This hugely illuminating story describes how the loyal and affectionate dog breed that once earned presidential recognition for their roles on the battlefields of Gettysburg and the Marne and appeared in films and TV, became demonized and stigmatized through urban dog-fighting rings.
by Michele Borba
The bestselling author offers a 9-step program to help parents cultivate empathy in children, from birth to young adulthood, and explains why developing a healthy sense of empathy is a key predictor of which kids will thrive and succeed in the future.
by Kenneth Goldsmith
The first poet laureate of the Museum of Modern Art demonstrates how time spent in apparent idleness browsing the Internet is actually productive and creative if considered from a theoretical and philosophical context, explaining how internet time contributes to an authentic culture of collaboration.
by Jeffrey Toobin
An account of the sensational 1974 kidnapping and trial of Patty Hearst describes the efforts of her family to secure her release, Hearst’s baffling participation in a bank robbery and the psychological insights that prompted modern understandings about Stockholm syndrome.
by Maciej Kranz
For business managers, the biggest question surrounding the Internet of Things is what to do with it. This book examines the way IoT is being used today and will be used in the future to help you craft a robust plan for your organization.
by Becky Wade
An elite marathoner describes the year she spent running over 3,500 miles in nine different countries, living with host families and exploring diverse running communities and cultures all over the globe.
by Chris Adams
Adams takes readers on a mystery tour of the late 60’s rock world to determine whether a Fender Telecaster bought secondhand in a London music store in 1973 is the one used by Jimi Hendrix to record “Purple Haze” in January 1967.
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