Monthly Archives: December 2013

New Books This Week

Here’s what’s new for the week of December 16:

Physicians Desk Reference 2014.
A fragile balance : the extraordinary story of Australian marsupials
The Great Barrier Reef : biology, environment and management
Australia’s biodiversity and climate change
Inventing the French Revolution : essays on French political culture in the eighteenth century
Modern Latin America
The French Revolution : a document collection
Work and revolution in France : the language of labor from the Old Regime to 1848
The vanishing children of Paris : rumor and politics before the French Revolution
Napoleon and his collaborators : the making of a dictatorship
Causes & cures in the classroom : getting to the root of academic and behavior problems

Finals Week Events


Whether you need some extra help, want to relax, or are just looking for a quiet place to study, the Nielsen Library is the place to be during finals week.


The Grizzly Testing and Learning Center is offering test anxiety workshops and drop-in tutoring.

We will be instituting collaborative, quiet, and silent zones to help you study.

photoGrab a free pair of foam earplugs to create your own silent zone.



Get your caffeine fix with free coffee, tea, and hot chocolate.

Paws and Relax with therapy dogs.

Embrace your inner child and blow off some steam by blowing bubbles.


New Books This Week

Here’s what’s new for the week of December 2:

Ballots and barricades : class formation and republican politics in France, 1830-1871
The new trailside cookbook : 100 delicious recipes for the camp chef
How to brew : ingredients, methods, recipes, and equipment for brewing beer at home
Radical brewing : recipes, tales, and world-altering meditations in a glass
Religion, revolution, and regional culture in eighteenth-century France : the ecclesiastical oath of 1791
The family romance of the French Revolution
Killing for coal : America’s deadliest labor war
The geology of Australia
International education : an encyclopedia of contemporary issues and systems