New Books and Media Received (March 2020)

The following Books and DVDs (45 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through the Acquisitions Budget, endowments (Seminary), and by donation during March 2020.

Seminary Library

Discover the holy land: a travel guide to Israel and Jordan, 2020.

Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
1 Samuel by Ralph W. Klein, 1983.

1-2 Thessalonians, 1-2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon by Lee Gatiss and
Bradley G. Green, 2019.

Approaching the atonement: the reconciling work of Christ, 2020.

A boundless God: the Spirit according to the Old Testament, 2020.

Coming to our senses: body and spirit in the hidden history of the West, 2015.

In stone and story: early Christianity in the Roman world, 2020.

The McCabe reader, 2016.

Social Sciences
Healing racial trauma: the road to resilience, 2020.

New Testament Seminar
The best of the grammarians: Aristarchus of Samothrace on the Iliad, 2018.

Jewish-Christianity and the history of Judaism: collected essays, 2018.

The reception of Jesus in the first three centuries, 2020. [3 volumes]

Welshimer Library

Animated personalities: cartoon characters and stardom in American theatrical shorts, 2019.

Book of beasts: the bestiary in the medieval world, 2019.

Leonardo da Vinci: a closer look, 2019.

Monumental journey: the daguerreotypes of Girault de Prangey, 2019.

American sutra: a story of faith and freedom in the Second World War, 2019.

Covenant brothers: Evangelicals, Jews, and U.S.-Israeli relations, 2019.

How to hide an empire: a history of the greater United States, 2020.

The hundred years’ war on Palestine: a history of settler colonialism and resistance, 1917-2017, 2020.

March. Book three, 2016.

March. Book two, 2015.

Overground railroad: the Green Book and the roots of Black travel in America, 2020.

Separate: the story of Plessy v. Ferguson, and America’s journey from slavery to segregation, 2020.

Wilmington’s lie: the murderous coup of 1898 and the rise of white supremacy, 2020.

Language, Literature, and Film
Allegories of the Anthropocene, 2019.

Chaucer and religious controversies in the medieval and early modern eras, 2019.

History and film: a tale of two disciplines, 2019.

The Hollywood Jim Crow: the racial politics of the movie industry, 2019. 

Military Science
The bomb: presidents, generals, and the secret history of nuclear war, 2020. 

Big deal: Bob Fosse and dance in the American musical, 2020.

Charles Ives and his world, 1996.

Music in the Medieval West, 2014.

Philosophy and Religion
Explaining evil: four views, 2019.

Hard questions: facing the problems of life, 2019.

Mindfulness: ancient wisdom meets modern psychology, 2019.

Nietzsche’s The gay science: an introduction, 2019.

Silence: a social history of one of the least understood elements of our lives, 2019.

Political Science
Discourse and truth and Parrēsia, 2019.

Nature’s mutiny: how the little ice age of the long seventeenth century transformed the west… and shaped the present, 2020.

Social Sciences
Policing the open road: how cars transformed American freedom, 2019.

How knowledge moves: writing the transnational history of science and technology, 2019.

Ben-Hur: a tale of the Christ, 2011.

Donated Gift Items to the Milligan Libraries
The age of illusions : how America squandered its Cold War victory, 2020.

Tennessee blue book, 2018-2019.