In the past week 1,122 titles were added to the library’s collection; below is a sample. Click on the link for more information.

Computation and the humanities: towards an oral history of digital humanities /Julianne Nyhan, Andrew Flinn.
This book addresses the application of computing to cultural heritage and the discipline of Digital Humanities that formed around it.

Evaluating climate change action for sustainable development /Juha I. Uitto, Jyotsna Puri, Rob D. van den Berg, editors.
This title builds upon a selection of relevant and practical papers and presentations given at the 2nd International Conference on Evaluating Climate Change and Development held in Washington DC in 2014 and includes perspectives from independent evaluations of the major international organizations supporting climate action in developing countries, such as the Global Environment Facility.

Impeachment: a citizen’s guide /Cass R. Sunstein.
This titles provides a succinct citizen’s guide to this essential tool of self-government. Taking us deeper than mere partisan politics, the author illuminates the constitutional design behind impeachment and emphasizes the people’s role in holding presidents accountable.

Microfinance, EU structural funds and capacity building for managing authorities: a comparative analysis of European convergence regions /edited by Giovanni Nicola Pes and Pasqualina Porretta.
This book presents a study of capacity building and structural funds in public managing authorities for the microcredit sector. It presents two surveys to highlight the strengths and weaknesses of the managing authorities’ capacity building.

Moving images of eternity: George Grant’s critique of time, teaching, and technology /William F. Pinar.
This title presents a comprehensive and original study that demonstrates the significance and pertinence of the scholarship of George Grant for teaching.

A Philosophy of Israel Education: a Relational Approach /Barry Chazan.
This title examines the six-pronged theory of “person-centered” Israel education to outline the aims, content, pedagogy, and educators needed to implement this program.

Surveying human vulnerabilities across the life course /Michel Oris, Caroline Roberts, Dominique Joye, Michèle Ernst-Stähli, editors.
This open access book details tools and procedures for data collections of hard-to-reach, hard-to-survey populations. This title demonstrates the importance to have a dialogue between specialists of survey methods and the researchers working on social dynamics across the life span.

The teaching and learning of Arabic in early modern Europe /edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett.
This title is a collection of essays that present a comprehensive history of the teaching and learning of Arabic in early modern Europe, covering a wide geographical area from southern to northern Europe and discussing the many ways and purposes for which the Arabic language was taught and studied by scholars, theologians, merchants, diplomats and prisoners.

Wesleyan missions: their progress stated and their claims enforced /by Robert Alder.
This is a story of the Wesleyan Missions with special reference to their progress and their claims.