New Books and Media Received (February 2020)

The following Books and DVDs (93 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through the Acquisitions Budget, endowments (Seminary), and by donation during February 2020.

Seminary Library

Language and Literature
Lexical aids for students of New Testament Greek, 1998.

A week in the life of a Greco-Roman woman, 2019. 

Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
1 Kings 16 – 2 Kings 16, by Steven L. McKenzie, 2019.

Asceticism of the mind: forms of attention and self-transformation in late antique monasticism, 2018.

Bloody, brutal, and barbaric?: wrestling with troubling war texts, 2019.

Churches of Christ in Oklahoma: a history, 2020.

Contemplating Christ: the Gospels and the interior life, 2018.

Fully human, fully divine: an interactive christology, 2004.

The God who trusts: a relational theology of divine faith, hope, and love, 2019.

God’s voice within: the Ignatian way to discover God’s will, 2010.

A guide to living in the truth: Saint Benedict’s teaching on humility, 2001.

Jeremia 25-52, 2019.

A kingdom for a stage: political and theological reflection in the Hebrew Bible, 2018.

Managing leadership anxiety: yours and theirs, 2019.

Œuvres spirituelles, 2011.

Our bodies tell God’s story: discovering the divine plan for love, sex, and gender, 2020.

Reading Paul, 2008.

Søren Kierkegaard: discourses and writings on spirituality, 2019.

Spiritual direction 101: the basics of spiritual guidance, 2018.

Supplément au dictionnaire de la Bible vol. 15, 2019.

Three hours: sermons for Good Friday, 2019.

Toward God: the ancient wisdom of Western prayer, 1996.

The voiding of being: the doing and undoing of metaphysics in modernity, 2020.

We have heard, O Lord: an introduction to the theology of the Psalter, 2019.

First and Second Timothy and Titus, by Christopher R. Hutson, 2019.

The God who trusts: a relational theology of divine faith, hope, and love, 2019.

Hard-fighting soldiers: a history of African American Churches of Christ, 2019.

Reclaiming the great world house: the global vision of Martin Luther King, 2019.

New Testament Seminar
The Godman and the sea: the empty tomb, the trauma of the Jews, and the Gospel of Mark, 2019. 

AV Video
Revolution of the heart: the Dorothy Day story, 2020.

Welshimer Library

Homeschooling: the history and philosophy of a controversial practice, 2019.

The missing course: everything they never taught you about college teaching, 2019.

Slaying Goliath: the passionate resistance to privatization and the fight to save America’s public schools, 2020.

The Cuba reader: history, culture, politics, 2019.

Language and Literature
A Cuban cinema companion, 2019.

Placeless people: writing, rights, and refugees, 2018.

Corporate personhood, by Susanna Ripken, 2019.

Impeachment: what everyone needs to know, 2018.

The Cambridge handbook of anxiety and related disorders, 2019.

Contemporary challenges in medical education: from theory to practice, 2019.

Philosophy of medicine, by Alex Broadbent, 2019.

Speaking for the dying: life-and-death decisions in intensive care, 2019.

Violence and trauma in the lives of children, 2018.

Aaron Copland: the life and work of an uncommon man, 2000.

Charles Ives: a life with music, 1996.

Igor Stravinsky, by Jonathan Cross, 2015.

Music in medieval Europe, by Jeremy Yudkin, 2017.

Music in the baroque, by Wendy Heller, 2014.

Music in the Renaissance, by Richard Freedman, 2013.

Music in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, by Joseph Henry Auner, 2013.

A new English music: composers and folk traditions in England’s musical renaissance from the late 19th to the mid-20th century, 2016.

Songs of America: patriotism, protest, and the music that made a nation, 2019.

Philosophy and Religion
Amazing grace of quantum physics, 2017.

Faith and wisdom in science, 2016.

Food, text and culture in the Anglophone Caribbean, 2019.

Handbook of positive body image and embodiment: constructs, protective factors, and interventions, 2019. 

Sport and the neoliberal university: profit, politics, and pedagogy, 2018.

A complete course on theoretical physics: from classical mechanics to advanced quantum statistics, 2019.

The lazy universe: an introduction to the principle of least action, 2017.

The model thinker: what you need to know to make data work for you, 2018.

Physics from symmetry, by Jakob Schwichtenberg, 2018.

Social Sciences
Is gender fluid?: a primer for the 21st century, 2018.

Maternal optimism: forging positive paths through work and motherhood, 2019.

Uncanny valley: a memoir, 2020.

The art of electronics, 2015.

The art of electronics: the x-chapters, 2020.

Learning the art of electronics: a hands-on lab course, 2016.

Peak plastic: the rise or fall of our synthetic world, 2019. 

Bear came along, 2019. 2020 Caldecott Honor Book.

The book hog, 2019. 2020 Geisel Honor Book.

Chick and Brain. Smell my foot!, 2019. 2020 Geisel Honor Book.

Flubby is not a good pet!, 2020. 2020 Geisel Honor Book.

New kid, 2019. 2020 Newbery Medal Winner.

Other words for home, 2019. 2020 Newbery Honor Book.

Scary stories for young foxes, 2019. 2020 Newbery Honor Book.

Stop! Bot!, 2019. 2020 Geisel Medal Winner.

The undefeated, 2019. Caldecott 2020 Medal Winner; 2020 Newbery Honor Book.

Office Reference
Copyright conversations: rights literacy in a digital world, 2019.

At eternity’s gate, 2019.

Fiddler on the roof, 2001. [replacement]

The Good Place. The complete third season, 2019.

High and low, 2008. [replacement]

Logan lucky, 2017.

Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin, 2019.

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries
American exceptionalism and civil religion: reassessing the history of an idea.

The chosen, by Chaim Potok.

Dieterich Buxtehude, organist in Lübeck.

Father, Son, and Holy Spirit: essays toward a fully trinitarian theology.

The great beauty. [DVD]

J.S. Bach, 2 volumes, by Albert Schweitzer.

Music in the Renaissance, by Gustave Reese.

An outline history of music, by Milo Arlington Wold and Edmund Cykler.

Vikings, by Neil Oliver.