New Books in the Libraries and on Twitter!

The Wesleyan Libraries are constantly getting new materials! We encourage you to visit the New Book shelves in Olin (1st floor, west hall, next to the InterLibrary Loan office) to see recent arrivals. We will also be sharing selections via Twitter (#WesLibNewBook) and here on this blog!

We’ve already Tweeted the following:
– America’s Ranking Among Nations: A global perspective of the United States in graphic detail. (HA214 .D86 2013)
– Beowulf at Kalamazoo: essays on translation and performance. (PR1587.T7 B46 2012, PR1587.T7 B46 2012 DVD)
– Cambridge Companion to Seamus Heaney (available online)
– The case of the poisonous socks : tales from chemistry (QD15 .B76 2011)
– Constant touch : a global history of the mobile phone (TK6570.M6 A437 2013)
– Epigenetics in the age of Twitter : pop culture and modern science (QH450 .W45 2012)
– We shall not be moved : the Jackson Woolworth’s sit-in and the movement it inspired (E185.93.M6 O25 2013)
– Well Met: Renaissance Faires and the American Counterculture. (GT4603 .R83 2012 and online)

Happy reading!