Thanks to our selectors and faculty requests, we’ve added new titles on quantum physics, critical thinking, art curation, Black activism, and more…
- Conversations on quantum gravity edited by Jácome (Jay) Armas (1 user)
- Everyday Data Cultures by Jean Burgess, Kath Albury, Anthony McCosker and Rowan Wilken (1 user)
- The emancipation circuit: Black activism forging a culture of freedom by Thulani Davis (1 user)
- Curating art edited by Janet Marstine and Oscar Ho Hing Kay (unlimited users)
- On complementarity: a universal organizing principle by Jack Avrin (1 user)
- Quantum field theory and manifold invariants by Daniel S. Freed, Sergei Gukov, Ciprian Manolescu, Constantin Teleman, Ulrike Tillmann, editors (1 user)
- Remaindered life by Neferti X. M. Tadiar (1 user)
- Hidden wonders: the subtle dialogue between physics and elegance by Étienne Guyon, José Bico, Étienne Reyssat, Benoit Roman ; translated from the French by Patsy Baudoin (1 user)
- Survey of American college students 2022: use of the academic library ebook collection (1 user)
- Thinking to some purpose by Susan Stebbing ; with a new foreword by Nigel Warburton and a new introduction by Peter West (unlimited users)
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