Monday, 17 October 2011

New books - September 2011

A selection of new books added to the collection in September:

Lopi, Barbara et al. Beyond inequalities : women in southern Africa : a profile on the situation of women in southern Africa, Harare, Zimbabwe : Southern African Research and Documentation Centre, Women in Development Southern Africa Awareness Programme, 2008.

Hale, Geoffrey, and Monica Gattinger. Borders and bridges : Canada's policy relations in North America, Don Mills, Ont. : Oxford University Press, 2010

Goldblatt, Israel. Building bridges : Namibian nationalists Clemens Kapuuo, Hosea Kutako, Brendan Simbwaye, Samuel Witbooi, Basel : Basler Afrika Bibliographien, 2010.

Hubbard, Ruth and Gilles Paquet (eds). The case for decentralized federalism, Ottawa : University of Ottawa Press, c2010.

Jensen, Kurt F. Cautious beginnings : Canadian foreign intelligence, 1939-51, Vancouver : UBC Press, 2009.

Aronsen, Lawrence. City of love and revolution : Vancouver in the sixties, Vancouver : New Star Books, c2010.

Miller, J. R. Compact, contract, covenant : Aboriginal treaty-making in Canada, Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c2009.

Ooi, Kee Beng. In lieu of ideology : an intellectual biography of Goh Keng Swee, Singapore : Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2010.

Cheema, Zafar Iqbal. Indian nuclear deterrence : its evolution, development and implications for South Asian security, Karachi ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2010.

Slumkoski, Corey. Inventing Atlantic Canada : regionalism and the Maritime reaction to Newfoundland's entry into Canadian confederation, Toronto : University of Toronto Press, c2011.

Handmaker, Jeff and Remko Berkhout (eds). Mobilising social justice in South Africa : perspectives from researchers and practitioners, Pretoria : Pretoria University Law Press (PULP), 2010.

Brodie, M. Janine and Isabella Bakker. Where are the women? : gender equity, budgets, and Canadian public policy, Ottawa : Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, c2008.

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