New Books and Media Received (September 2018)

The following Books and DVDs (81 items) were received into the Library collection for both the Welshimer and Seminary Libraries through the Acquisitions Budget and by donation during September 2018.

Seminary Library

New Testament Seminar
Matthew’s Bible : a facsimile of the 1537 edition, 2009.

Paul among the Apocalypses?: an evaluation of the “Apocalyptic Paul” in the context of Jewish and Christian Apocalyptic literature, 2018.

Language and Literature
Khirbet Khizeh, 2014.

“They say I say”: the moves that matter in academic writing, 2018.

Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
Befriend: create belonging in an age of judgment, isolation, and fear, 2016.

Building a youth ministry that builds disciples: a small book about a big idea, 2011.

Cultural insights for Christian leaders: new directions for organizations serving God’s mission, 2018.

Decreation: the last things of all creatures, 2018.

EnGendered: God’s gift of gender difference in relationship, 2015.

The First Testament: a new translation, 2018.

The humility of God: a Franciscan perspective, 2005.

It’s just a phase, so don’t miss it: why every life stage of a kid matters, and at least 13 things your church should do about it, 2015.

Leading change without losing it: five strategies that can revolutionize how you lead change when facing opposition, 2012.

The living God and the fullness of life, 2015.

A peculiar orthodoxy: reflections on theology and the arts, 2018.

Seeing God: the beatific vision in Christian tradition, 2018.

Sustainable children’s ministry: from last-minute scrambling to long-term solutions, 2018.

Traditional ritual as Christian worship: dangerous syncretism or necessary hybridity?, 2018.

Social Sciences
Sticking points: how to get 4 generations working together in the 12 places they come apart, 2013.

Welshimer Library

Bibliography, Library Science and Information Resources
Indelible ink: the trials of John Peter Zenger and the birth of America’s free press, 2017.

Fine Arts
Best of college photography annual, 2018.

Virginia Intermont College: what remains, 2017.

American president: from Teddy Roosevelt to Bill Clinton, 2019.

Cattle kingdom: the hidden history of the cowboy West, 2018.

Caught in the revolution: witness to the fall of Imperial Russia, 2018.

A just and generous nation: Abraham Lincoln and the fight for American opportunity, 2015.

Lincoln’s ethics, 2015.

Lone star pasts: memory and history in Texas, 2007.

A nation without border: the United States and its world in an age of civil wars, 1830-1910, 2016.

Paradise of the Pacific: approaching Hawaiʻi, 2015.

Savage war: a military history of the Civil War, 2018.

Schlesinger: the imperial historian, 2017.

The statesman and the storyteller: John Hay, Mark Twain, and the rise of American imperialism, 2016.

The vanquished: why the First World War failed to end, 2017.

The World Remade: America in World War I, 2018.

Language and Literature
Circe: a novel, 2018.

The Odyssey, 2018.

The plum in the golden vase, or, Chin Pʻing Mei, volume 4, 2013.

The plum in the golden vase, or, Chin Pʻing Mei, volume 5, 2013.

The silence of the girls: a novel, 2018.

Divergent paths: the academy and the judiciary, 2016.

Miracle cure: the creation of antibiotics and the birth of modern medicine, 2018.

Philosophy, Psychology, Religion
Graduate study in psychology 2019, 2018.

Americans and their weather, 2014.

The book that changed America: how Darwin’s theory of evolution ignited a nation, 2018.

Data science for business: [what you need to know about data mining and data-analytic thinking], 2013.

Life in code: a personal history of technology, 2018.

Social Sciences
Beyond trans: does gender matter?, 2018.

Capitalism: a short history, 2018.

Democracy in chains: the deep history of the radical right’s stealth plan for America, 2018.

The end of American childhood: a history of parenting from life on the frontier to the managed child, 2016.

The life and the adventures of a haunted convict, 2017.

The Toyota way: 14 management principles from the world’s greatest manufacturer, 2004.


Geisel 2010 Honor Book Mouse and Mole, fine feathered friends, 2011.
Geisel 2009 Honor Book One boy, 2008.
Geisel 2017 Honor Book Oops pounce quick run! : an alphabet caper, 2016.
Percy Jackson & the Olympians, 2009 (complete series).
Geisel 2009 Honor Book Stinky : a Toon Book, 2008.
Geisel 2016 Honor Book Supertruck, 2015.
Geisel 2014 Medal Winner The watermelon seed, 2013.


Compact Discs
Barracoon: the story of the last “black cargo,” 2018.

Avatar, the last airbender. The complete series, 2015.

The American Nurse, 2014.

Maya Angelou, and still I rise, 2017.

A quiet passion, 2017.

Donated Gift Books to the Milligan Libraries
City of sedition: the history of New York City during the Civil War.

Closest companion: the unknown story of the intimate friendship between Franklin Roosevelt and Margaret Suckley.

Disciples: the World War II missions of the CIA directors who fought for Wild Bill Donovan: Allen Dulles, Richard Helms, William Colby, William Casey.

An entertainment for angels: electricity in the Enlightenment.

The fantastic laboratory of Dr. Weigl: how two brave scientists battled typhus and sabotaged the Nazis.

The firebrand and the First Lady: portrait of a friendship: Pauli Murray, Eleanor Roosevelt, and the struggle for social justice.

Heroines of Mercy Street: the real nurses of the Civil War.

If moon, then yes.

If moon, then yes. (Archives Copy)

The invisible bridge: the fall of Nixon and the rise of Reagan.

One man against the world: the tragedy of Richard Nixon.

Operation Sealion: how Britain crushed the German war machine’s dreams of invasion in 1940.

Our Declaration: a reading of the Declaration of Independence in defense of equality.

Our man in Charleston: Britain’s secret agent in the Civil War South.

Pennsylvania Hall: a “legal lynching” in the shadow of the Liberty Bell.

A world made new: Eleanor Roosevelt and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.