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September Newsletter

Please enjoy some of the new books and the services the Library is offering this month.
For a listing of all of the Library's Newsletters check out our Archives!

What you can find this month!



The Tree of Life: a phylogenetic classification

Lecointre, Guillaume

The Breakbeat poets: new American poetry in the age of hip-hop

Why geology matters: decoding the past, anticipating the future

Macdougall, J. D.,

Learn to Code with Games

Quick, John M.

Newton's apple and other myths about science

Buried glory: portraits of Soviet scientists

Hargittai, István

Junk DNA: a journey through the dark matter of the genome

Carey, Nessa

Bitter fruit: the story of the American coup in Guatemala

Schlesinger, Stephen C.

God's Long Summer: stories of faith and civil rights

Marsh, Charles

Writing Online: rhetoric for the digital age

Pullman, George

The Rise and Fall of Soul and Self : an intellectual history of personal identity

Martin, Raymond

El narco: inside Mexico's criminal insurgency

Grillo, Ioan

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The fireman: a novel

Hill, Joe

The Illuminations

O'Hagan, Andrew

My best friend's exorcism: a novel

Hendrix, Grady

Before the fall

Hawley, Noah

Homegoing: a novel

Gyasi, Yaa

Girls on fire

Wasserman, Robin

The last one

Oliva, Alexandra

MaddAddam: a novel

Atwood, Margaret

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The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo

Schumer, Amy

The Underground Railroad

Whitehead, Colson

The Fire This Time: A New Generation Speaks about Race

Ward, Jesmyn

The Art of Rivalry

Smee, Sebastian

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Instruction Services | Book-A-Librarian

Do you have a research/information literacy component as part of your class or a class assignment?

The Library can help out with A Library Instruction Session! Classes can include ...

  • Developing Research Questions
  • Defining Search Strategies
  • Using Library Resources (such as databases)
  • Determining Credibility and Evaluating Sources

For more information on please see our Instruction Services page or talk to Instruction Services Librarian, Carolyn Ciesla.

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Constitution Day and Citizenship Day in the Library | September 15th | 12:30-1:45pm

Join us in the Library for a celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day on Thursday, September 15th from 12:30-1:45pm.

The celebration will include a lecture entitled “This Process Affords a Moral Certainty” The Election of the U.S. President by Professor Andrew Schott and Citizenship Game Show - How Much Do You Know About Citizenship by Professor Jennifer Eick-Magan.

For more information on the event and for Library resources on the topics check out the Event's Information Page.

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Constitution and Citizenship Day Books

The U. S. Constitution

American epic: reading the US Constitution

Epps, Garrett

The men who made the Constitution: lives of the delegates to the Constitutional Convention

Vile, John R.

The summer of 1787: the men who invented the constitution

Stewart, David O.

The Great American Citizenship Quiz

Skolnick, Solomon M.

Citizenship: a very short introduction

Bellamy, Richard (Richard Paul)

On the Citizen

Hobbes, Thomas

How to Become a U. S. Citizen

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