News and activities at Norma Marion Alloway Library, Trinity Western University

Month: November 2019 (Page 2 of 2)

New Titles Tuesday, November 5

In the past week 15 titles were added to the library’s collection; below is a sample. Click on the link for more information.

Dark voices: the genesis of Roy Hart Theatre /Noah Pikes; with a foreword by David Carey.
This title is essential for anyone interested in the expressive capacities of the human voice today and is also an inspiring book about creativity and self-realisation.

Joining the mission: a guide for (mainly) new college faculty /Susan VanZanten.
This title provides an orientation to the world of Christian higher education and an introduction to the academic profession of teaching, scholarship, and service, with a special emphasis on opportunities and challenges common to “mission-driven” institutions.

Trauma and the failure of history: Kings, Lamentations, and the destruction of Jerusalem /David Janzen.
This title discusses the concepts of history and trauma and contrasts the ways historians and trauma survivors grapple with traumatic events, a contrast embodied in the very different ways the books of Kings and Lamentations react to the destruction of Jerusalem. 

Under-served: health determinants of Indigenous, inner-city, and migrant populations in Canada /edited by Akshaya Neil Arya and Thomas Piggott.
This title examine the historical, political, and social factors that influence the health and health care of under-served populations in Canada, focusing particularly on Indigenous, inner-city, and migrant populations.

Vancouverism /Larry Beasley; with a prologue by Frances Bula.
This title tells the story of Vancouverism and the urban planning philosophy and practice behind the urban movement.

Access Issues Locating Articles via Library OneSearch

The Norma Marion Alloway Library has been experiencing sporadic issues with TWU Library OneSearch.

If you are unable to locate the full text of the article that you are looking for, please copy the article title and search it in Google Scholar. Access links next to the article title will likely work.

We are currently looking into access issues for certain electronic titles in the Library collection.

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