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

Month: June 2022 (Page 1 of 2)

New Titles Tuesday, June 29

Here is a selection of titles added to the collection in the past week.

 Journey to Mars /David Baker and Heather Kissock.

 Pandemic legalities: legal responses to COVID-19: justice and social responsibility /edited by Dave Cowan and Ann Mumford. This important text maps out ways in which those already disadvantaged have been affected by legal responses to COVID-19. Contributors tackle issues including virtual trials, adult social care, racism, tax and spending, education and more. Drawing on diverse resources, this text offers an account of the damage caused by legal responses to the pandemic and demonstrates how the future response can be positive and productive. .

 Surviving to thriving: a planning framework for leaders of private colleges & universities /Joanne Soliday & Rick Mann. Surviving to thriving details a pathway that will enable higher education institutions to foster resilience and reinvention while maintaining the core commitment to educate citizens for the common good.

 The genius of the Romans /Izzi Howell. Find out how the Romans trained their soldiers, built their roads and buildings, and supplied their people with food and water. Discover how their brilliant developments in language, government, law, and entertainment still influence the way we live today.

 The Oxford handbook of the Septuagint /edited by Alison G. Salvesen and Timothy Michael Law. Dirk Büchner; Rob Hiebert- TWU CONTENT. In the Oxford Handbook of the Septuagint leading experts in the field write on the history and manuscript transmission of the version and explain the study of translation technique and textual criticism. They provide surveys of previous and current research on individual books of the Septuagint corpus, on alternative Jewish Greek versions, the Christian ‘daughter’ translations, and reception in early Jewish and Christian writers. The handbook also includes several ‘conversations’ with related fields of interest such as New Testament studies, liturgy, and art history.

Classic Catalogue Unavailable July 1

While the library is closed for the Canada Day holiday,  Alloway Library’s integrated library system will be upgraded on the morning of  Friday, July 1st
Our Classic Catalogue will be out of service which will impact your ability to access My Account for renewals and placing holds on items between 7am and10am. Library OneSearch and other library resources will not be affected during this time.
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