American Veda : from Emerson and the Beatles to yoga and meditation–how Indian spirituality changed the West;
Backlash: right-wing radicals, hi-def hucksters, and paranoid politics in the age of Obama
Coming apart: the state of white America, 1960-2010;
Consciousness and the existence of God: a theistic argument;
J. P. Moreland.
Courage to dissent: Atlanta and the long history of the civil rights movement;
Customer service in libraries: best practices.
The dance between God and humanity : reading the Bible today as the people of God;
Bruce K. Waltke.
Divine evil?: the moral character of the God of Abraham.
Early modern Europe, 1450-1789;
Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks.
edited with an introduction and notes by Paul Salzman.; Oxford University Press 2008
PR1110.W6 E49 2008
Economic anthropology : history, ethnography, critique;
Evolution: a view from the 21st century;
James A. Shapiro.
God’s own party: the making of the Christian Right;
Daniel K. Williams.
Hallelujah! pass the grits;
Invitation to the Psalms: a reader’s guide for discovery and engagement;
Rolf A. Jacobson.
Making sense of sex: attitudes towards sexuality in early Jewish and Christian literature;
Making the DSM-5: concepts and controversies.
Molecular stress physiology of plants.
Public health policy : issues, theories, and advocacy;
Rich dad, poor dad: what the rich teach their kids about money–that the poor and middle class do not;
Robert T. Kiyosaki.
translated with an introduction and notes by Rupert Gethin.; Oxford University Press 2008
BQ1192.E53 G48 2008
Sense and stigma in the gospels: depictions of sensory-disabled characters;
Louise J. Lawrence.
Shakespeare and literary theory;
Jonathan Gil Harris.
Shakespeare and the Victorians;
Strangers in the house : the world of stepsiblings and half-siblings;
William R. Beer.
100 oeuvres-clés de la littérature française;
An American journey : life lessons for parents on immigrant children;
Evangelical faith and the challenge of historical criticism.
Fair and affordable housing in the U.S.: trends, outcomes, future directions.
Life as politics: how ordinary people change the Middle East;
Nature red in tooth and claw: theism and the problem of animal suffering;
Michael J. Murray.
Prudent practices in the laboratory: handling and management of chemical hazards.
The Righteous mind: why good people are divided by politics and religion;
The Sharia State: Arab Spring and Democratization;
Soundings in cultural criticism: perspectives and methods in culture, power, and identity in the New Testament.
Time and eternity;
On June 14th , 2014 ProQuest will make improvements to its internal systems to accommodate a growing number of users and to reduce the need for future downtime.
ProQuest expects the databases listed below to be un available from 10:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 14th 2014 through 6:00 a.m. the following morning.
- PQDT: ProQuest Dissertations and Theses (Dissertation Abstracts)
- The Wall Street Journal
Fenetre sur la litterature française et francophone. Per le Scuole superiori;
Intravenous medications : a handbook for nurses and health professionalsl.
Leadership for health professionals : theory, skills, and applications;
Gerald R. Ledlow.
New horizons in geometry;
Tom M. Apostol.
Teaching nursing: the art and science.
Summer Session I run between June 2nd and June 27th. Library hours for Summer Sessions are as follows:
- Monday-Thursday: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: Closed
Facing extinction : the world’s rarest birds and the race to save them;
Paul F. Donald.
On Friday, May 30th, 2014, all EBSCO databases and services may be intermittently unavailable while EBSCO engineers perform network upgrades. The service window is scheduled to begin at 9:00 p.m. You may experience intermittent access to EBSCOhost products and services for the duration of the service window, which is scheduled to end at 11:00 p.m. Read the rest of this entry »
“Show me what you know” : exploring student representations across STEM disciplines.
All things to all cultures : Paul among Jews, Greeks, and Romans.
The Arab uprising: the unfinished revolutions of the new Middle East;
At the dark end of the street: black women, rape, and resistance- a new history of the civil rights movement from Rosa Parks to the rise of black power;
Danielle L. McGuire.
Beyond post-traumatic stress: homefront struggles with the wars on terror;
Differentiation that really works : science, grades 6-12, strategies from real teachers for real classrooms;
Cheryll M. Adams.
Doing science with children : a step-by-step guide to inquiry in physical, earth and life science for parents, teachers, and informal educators;
E-learning in libraries : best practices.
Getting started in radio astronomy : beginner projects for the amateur;
Grading for musical excellence : making music an essential part of your grades;
A History of the Middle East;
Listen up!: laboratory exercises for introductory radio astronomy with a small radio telescope;
Laura A. Whitlock.
The Magic of M. C. Escher;
M. C. Escher.
Modern Middle East and North Africa: a history in documents.
Mrs. Dred Scott: a life on slavery’s frontier;
Nursing research: a qualitative perspective.
Path to purpose: how young people find their calling in life;
Preventing childhood obesity in early care and education programs.
The Principle of sufficient reason: a reassessment.
Seeds : the ecology of regeneration in plant communities.
Sociology of sports coaching.
The space book: from the beginning to the end of time, 250 milestones in the history of space and astronomy;
Teaching reading with the social studies standards: elementary units that integrate great books, social studies, and the common core standards.
The values of American teachers: how teachers’ values help stabilize unsteady democracy;
The Ethel K. Smith Library will be closed to patrons on Thursday, May 22 so that staff members may participate in Staff Development Day.
Following Final Exams, the library will operating on out-of-session hours, which are as follows:
- Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
- Saturday and Sunday: Closed
In addition, the library will be closed on Monday, May 26th in observance of Memorial Day. Summer Session hours begin on June 2nd.
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