Recent Returns

Items returned in the last 7 days*

  • Generation kill [videorecording] / producer, Andrea Calderwood ; HBO Films presents ; a Company Pictures production ; a Blown Deadline production.
  • The island broken in two halves : land and renewal movements among the Maori of New Zealand / Jean E. Rosenfeld.
  • Governing the rainforest : sustainable development politics in the Brazilian Amazon / Eva Z. Bratman.
  • Beef, Bible and bullets : Brazil in the age of Bolsonaro / Richard Lapper.
  • An immense world : how animal senses reveal the hidden realms around us / Ed Yong.
  • Before Equiano : a prehistory of the North American slave narrative / Zachary McLeod Hutchins.
  • Ivory pearl / Jean-Patrick Manchette ; translated from the French by Donald Nicholson-Smith ; introduction by Doug Headline ; afterword by Gary Indiana.
  • Hanukkah in America : a history / Dianne Ashton.
  • London rules / Mick Herron.
  • Poverty, by America / Matthew Desmond.
  • White flight : Atlanta and the making of modern conservatism / Kevin M. Kruse.
  • American Judaism in popular culture / editors, Leonard J. Greenspoon, Ronald A. Simkins.
  • Smoke and whispers / Mick Herron.
  • Language myths / edited by Laurie Bauer and Peter Trudgill.
  • Statistical mechanics in a nutshell / Luca Peliti ; translated by Mark Epstein.
  • Abolishing poverty : toward pluriverse futures and politics / Victoria Lawson [ ... and 11 others].
  • Shimmering images : trans cinema, embodiment, and the aesthetics of change / Eliza Steinbock.
  • The religion clauses : the case for separating church and state / Howard Gillman and Erwin Chemerinsky.
  • That's the joint! : the hip-hop studies reader / Murray Forman & Mark Anthony Neal, editors.
  • How to think seriously about the planet : the case for an environmental conservatism / Roger Scruton.
  • Principles of Animal Physiology
  • The rhetoric of fiction / Wayne C. Booth.
  • The queue : a novel / Basma Abdel Aziz ; translated from the Arabic by Elisabeth Jaquette.
  • Young once / Patrick Modiano ; translated by Damion Searls.
  • Season of migration to the North / [by] Tayeb Salih ; translated from the Arabic by Denys Johnson-Davis.
  • The silent cry / Kenzaburo Oe ; translated by John Bester.
  • Adaptation / edited by Michael R. Rose, George V. Lauder.
  • The difference aesthetics makes : on the humanities "after man" / Kandice Chuh.
  • Never any end to Paris / Enrique Vila-Matas ; translated from the Spanish by Anne McLean.
  • War and nature : fighting humans and insects with chemicals from World War I to Silent spring / Edmund Russell.
  • Get a life / Nadine Gordimer.
  • The red ripple : the 2022 midterm elections and what they mean for 2024 / edited by Larry J. Sabato, Kyle Kondik, Carah Ong Whaley, and J. Miles Coleman.
  • Gender and Jim Crow : women and the politics of white supremacy in North Carolina, 1896-1920 / Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore.
  • American fantastic tales : terror and the uncanny / Peter Straub, editor.
  • Asian art / Dorinda Neave, Senior Lecturer of Art History, Capilano University, Lara C.W. Blanchard, Luce Associate Professor of East Asian Art, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Marika Sardar, Associate Curator of Southern Asian and Islamic Art, San Diego Museum of Art ; with the Southeast Asian chapter contributed by Miranda Bruce-Mitford.
  • The persistence of subsistence agriculture : life beneath the level of the marketplace / Tony Waters.
  • The other within us : feminist explorations of women and aging / edited by Marilyn Pearsall.
  • Blackouts : a novel / Justin Torres.
  • Binti : the complete trilogy / Nnedi Okorafor.
  • Dust to dust : a history of Jewish death and burial in New York / Allan Amanik.
  • Hotel Bolivia : the culture of memory in a refuge from Nazism / Leo Spitzer.
  • Wissensvermittlung in dichterischer Gestalt / Marietta Horster, Christiane Reitz (Hg.).
  • Courting the people : public interest litigation and political society in post-emergency India / Anuj Bhuwania.
  • Postcolonial love poem / Natalie Diaz.
  • The bandit queens : a novel / Parini Shroff.
  • Chain-gang all-stars / Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah.
  • The sun of knowledge = Shams al-maʻarif : an Arabic grimoire : a selected translation / Ahmad ibn ʻAli Al-Buni (D. 1225 AD) ; translated and with commentary by Amina Inloes ; illustrated and with extra commentary by J. M. Hamade.
  • Social theory for English for academic purposes : foundations and perspectives / edited by Alex Ding, Michelle Evans.
  • Doctor Sleep : a novel / Stephen King.
  • Independence Square : Arkady Renko in Ukraine / Martin Cruz Smith.
  • Incidents in the life of a slave girl / Harriet Jacobs.
  • Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave / written by himself with related documents ; edited with an introduction by David W. Blight.
  • Discourse on leadership : a critical appraisal / Bert A. Spector, Northeastern University, Boston.
  • The slave's cause : a history of abolition / Manisha Sinha.
  • The architecture of the eighteenth century / John Summerson.
  • Vanity fair : an (im-)morality play / by Kate Hamill ; based on the novel by William Makepeace Thackeray.
  • Is journalism worth dying for? : final dispatches / Anna Politkovskaya ; translated from the Russian by Arch Tait.
  • Glossy : ambition, beauty, and the inside story of Emily Weiss's Glossier / Marisa Meltzer.
  • The book thief / by Markus Zusak.
  • The boys in the boat : nine Americans and their epic quest for gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics / Daniel James Brown.
  • Siena and the Virgin : art and politics in a late medieval city state / Diana Norman.
  • A distant city : images of urban experience in the medieval world / Chiara Frugoni ; translated by William McCuaig.
  • Art as politics in late medieval and renaissance Siena / edited by Timothy B. Smith and Judith Steinhoff.
  • A thousand ships : a novel / Natalie Haynes.
  • Henri Bertin and the representation of China in eighteenth-century France / John Finlay.
  • Harlem Grown : how one big idea transformed a neighborhood / written by Tony Hillery ; illustrated by Jessie Hartland.
  • The quicksand question / by Ron Roy ; illustrated by John Steven Gurney.
  • Maria had a little llama / Angela Dominguez = María tenía una llamita / Angela Dominguez.
  • Whose daddy does this? / by Charles Reasoner ; [designed by Jim Deesing ; produced by Intervisual Books, Inc.].
  • The bossy gallito = El gallo de bodas ; a traditional Cuban folktale / retold by Lucía M. González ; illustrated by Lulu Delacre.
  • Spanish is the language of my family / Michael Genhart ; illustrated by John Parra.
  • George Washington's South / edited by Tamara Harvey and Greg O'Brien.
  • Novels, 1944-1962 / Dawn Powell.
  • Olaudah Equiano and the Igbo world : history, society and Atlantic diaspora connections / edited by Chima J. Korieh.
  • "Exiled from light" : divine law, morality, and violence in Milton's Samson Agonistes / Derek N.C. Wood.
  • Novels, 1930-1942 / Dawn Powell.
  • Magnificent obsession : the outrageous history of film buffs, collectors, scholars, and fanatics / Anthony Slide.
  • Embattled dreams : California in war and peace, 1940-1950 / Kevin Starr.
  • Politics, desire, and the Hollywood novel / Chip Rhodes.
  • England's great transformation : law, labor, and the Industrial Revolution / Marc W. Steinberg.
  • After the wrath of God : AIDS, sexuality, and American religion / Anthony M. Petro.
  • Under the sand [videorecording] / a WinStar Cinema release Fidélité Productions présente en coproduction avec Eurospace, Inc., Haut et Court, Arte France Cinema avec la participation de Canal+, un film de François Ozon ; producers, Olivier Delbosc, Marc Missonnier ; director, François Ozon.
  • Oh, didn't they ramble : Rounder Records and the transformation of American roots music / David Menconi.
  • Prophet song / Paul Lynch.
  • The covenant of water : a novel / Abraham Verghese.
  • Congress and its members / Roger H. Davidson, University of Maryland, Walter J. Oleszek, Congressional Research Service, Frances E. Lee, Princeton University, Eric Schickler, University of California, Berkeley.
  • Transmedial landscapes and modern Chinese painting / Juliane Noth.
  • Wilde [videorecording] / a Sony Pictures Classics release ; Dove International Inc. presents a Samuelson Production in association with NDF International Ltd., Pony Canyon, Inc, Pandora Film, Capitol Films and BBC Films with the participation of The Green Light Fund ; screenplay, Julian Mitchell ; produced by Mark Samuelson and Peter Samuelson ; directed by Brian Gilbert.
  • Moon [videorecording] / Sony Pictures Classics ; a Liberty Films production in association with Xingu Films and Limelight ; producers, Stuart Fenegan, Trudie Styler ; written by Nathan Parker ; directed by Duncan Jones.
  • 8 femmes [videorecording] = 8 women / Focus Features release Fidélité Productions presente an coproduction with France 2 Cinema ... avec la para participation de Canal+ and Centre Nation de la Cinematographie un filme de François Ozon ; producer, Olivier Delbosc, Marc Missonnier ; writers, Marina de Van, François Ozon, Robert Thomas ; director, François Ozon.
  • La femme d'à côté [videorecording] = The woman next door / a Janus Films presentation ; Gaumont ; une production Les Films du carrosse, TF1 Films Production ; scénario original, François Truffaut, Suzanne Schiffman et Jean Aurel ; mise en scène, François Truffaut.
  • Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets [videorecording] / Warner Bros. Pictures presents a Heyday Films/1492 Pictures production of a Chris Columbus film ; screenplay by Steve Kloves ; produced by David Heyman ; directed by Chris Columbus.
  • Historic preservation for a living city : Historic Charleston Foundation, 1947-1997 / Robert R. Weyeneth.
  • The life and work of Thomas Chippendale / Christopher Gilbert.
  • Capitalism on edge : how fighting precarity can achieve radical change without crisis or utopia / Albena Azmanova.
  • Earth emotions : new words for a new world / Glenn A. Albrecht.
  • Life doesn't frighten me / poems by Maya Angelou ; paintings by Jean-Michel Basquiat ; edited by Sara Jane Boyers.
  • Restoring women's history through historic preservation / edited by Gail Lee Dubrow & Jennifer B. Goodman.
  • Mary Cassatt : painter of modern women / Griselda Pollock.
  • Love's executioner, and other tales of psychotherapy / Irvin D. Yalom.
  • Forever... / a novel by Judy Blume.
  • Goodbye winter, hello spring / Kenard Pak.
  • Miss Bindergarten gets ready for kindergarten / by Joseph Slate ; illustrated by Ashley Wolff.
  • Tarnation [videorecording] / produced by Jonathan Caouette, Stephen Winter ; written by Jonathan Caouette ; directed by Jonathan Caouette.
  • The grapes of math : mind stretching math riddles / by Greg Tang ; illustrated by Harry Briggs.
  • Project Hail Mary : a novel / Andy Weir.
  • Red sparrow : a novel / Jason Matthews.
  • Charlotte Brontë from the beginnings : new essays from the juvenilia to the major works / edited by Judith E. Pike and Lucy Morrison.
  • On longing : narratives of the miniature, the gigantic, the souvenir, the collection / Susan Stewart.
  • Charles Richard Drew : the man and the myth / Charles E. Wynes.
  • One blood : the death and resurrection of Charles R. Drew / by Spencie Love, with a foreword by John Hope Franklin.
  • The Oxford history of board games / David Parlett.
  • The rococo interior : decoration and social spaces in early eighteenth-century Paris / Katie Scott.
  • Inspiring Walt Disney : the animation of French decorative arts / Wolf Burchard
  • Major problems in the history of the American west / Clyde A. Milner II, Anne M. Butler, and David Rich Lewis.
  • A land so strange : the epic journey of Cabeza de Vaca / Andres Resendez.
  • The heart of the Buddha's teaching : transforming suffering into peace, joy & liberation : the four noble truths, the noble eightfold path, and other basic Buddhist teachings / Thich Nhat Hanh.
  • All this could be different / Sarah Thankam Mathews.
  • Fates and furies / Lauren Groff.
  • African photographer J.A. Green : reimagining the indigenous and the colonial / edited by Martha G. Anderson and Lisa Aronson ; with Ebiegberi Joe Alagoa, Tam Fiofori, and Christraud M. Geary.
  • Conservation of books / edited by Abigail Bainbridge.
  • Mass communication theory : foundations, ferment, and future / Stanley J. Baran, Ph.D., Bryant University, Dennis K. Davis, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University.
  • Devil-land : England under siege, 1588-1688 / Clare Jackson.
  • Colored no more : reinventing black womanhood in Washington, D.C. / Treva B. Lindsey.
  • The civic world of professional associations in the Roman East / Onno M. van Nijf.
  • Constructions of Greek past : identity and historical consciousness from antiquity to the present / edited by Hero Hokwerda.
  • Paradise discourse, imperialism, and globalization : exploiting Eden / Sharae Deckard.
  • The Caribbean Oral Tradition : Literature, Performance, and Practice.
  • Man's search for meaning  / Viktor E. Frankl ; part one translated by Ilse Lasch ; foreword by Harold S. Kushner ; afterword by William J. Winslade.
  • Trigger warning : short fictions and disturbances / Neil Gaiman.
  • Don't fear the reaper / Stephen Graham Jones.
  • The book of why : the new science of cause and effect / Judea Pearl and Dana Mackenzie.
  • The long trial of Nolan Dugatti : fiction / by Stephen Graham Jones.
  • Collected poetry and prose / Wallace Stevens.
  • Earthdivers, Vol. 1: Kill Columbus.
  • The idiot / Elif Batuman.
  • Ghosts in the schoolyard : racism and school closings on Chicago's South side / Eve L. Ewing.
  • Guns and values : individualism in the American gun debate / Dylan S. McLean, Anthony K. Fleming.
  • Stoner / John Williams ; introduction by John McGahern.
  • The thirty seven practices of Bodhisattvas : an oral teaching / by Geshe Sonam Rinchen ; translated and edited by Ruth Sonam.
  • The importance of being earnest : a reader's companion / Peter Raby.
  • Belonging to the Army : camp followers and community during the American Revolution / Holly A. Mayer.
  • Turpin & Tomkins' British government and the constitution : text and materials / Alison L. Young, Sir David Williams Professor of Public Law, University of Cambridge.
  • The resisters : a novel / by Gish Jen.
  • Pan-Africanism : a history / Hakim Adi.
  • Civilizing torture : an American tradition / W. Fitzhugh Brundage.
  • A picture book of Amelia Earhart / David A. Adler ; illustrated by Jeff Fisher.
  • Lady Tan's circle of women : a novel / Lisa See.
  • Land of milk and honey / C Pam Zhang.
  • Looking for Alaska / John Green.
  • Turtles all the way down / John Green.
  • Paper Towns / John Green.
  • String, felt, thread : the hierarchy of art and craft in American art / Elissa Auther.
  • A. Quincy Jones / Cory Buckner.
  • With pleasure : pattern and decoration in American art, 1972-1985 / edited by Anna Katz ; essays by Elissa Auther, Anna Katz, Alex Kitnick, Rebecca Skafsgaard Lowery, Kayleigh Perkov, Sarah-Neel Smith, and Hamza Walker.
  • Miriam Schapiro : shaping the fragments of art and life / Thalia Gouma-Peterson ; foreword by Linda Nochlin.
  • The grand affair : John Singer Sargent in his world / Paul Fisher.
  • Winslow Homer : American passage / William R. Cross.
  • Happiness falls : a novel / by Angie Kim.
  • Miss Fisher's murder mysteries. Series 2 / directors, Tony Tilse [and others].
  • Ivanhoe [videorecording] / Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer ; produced by Pandro S. Berman ; screenplay, Noel Langley ; directed by Richard Thorpe.
  • Gender and enlightenment culture in eighteenth-century Scotland / Rosalind Carr.
  • Gender roles and the people of God : rethinking what we were taught about men and women in the church / Alice Mathews.
  • Democracy in decline : rebuilding its future / Philip Kotler.
  • Sea of Tranquility / Emily St. John Mandel.
  • Earth keeper : reflections on the American land / N. Scott Momaday.
  • Percy Jackson and the Olympians / Rick Riordan.
  • Sulwe / written by Lupita Nyong'o ; illustrated by Vashti Harrison.
  • The word collector / Peter Hamilton Reynolds.
  • The Gramsci reader : selected writings, 1916-1935 / edited by David Forgacs ; [introduction, Eric Hobsbawm].
  • Gramsci's political thought : an introduction / Roger Simon.
  • Get Smart [videorecording] / Warner Bros. Pictures presents in association with Village Roadshow Pictures, Mosaic Media Group, Mad Chance [and] Road Rebel ; produced by Michael Ewing, Alex Gartner, Andrew Lazar, Charles Roven ; written by Tom J. Astle & Matt Ember ; directed by Peter Segal.

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