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Need something to read over the holidays?

The library's book collection is growing all the time. Below are some of the latest additions. If there is something here you think you would like to look at during your well-deserved break, simply copy and paste the title into the Novanet catalogue to find out more about it.

The course of recognition/ Ricoeur, Paul
Giving an account of oneself/ Butler, Judith
Why life speeds up as you get older: how memory shapes our past
Applications of nonverbal communication
Us and them: understanding your tribal mind/ Berreby, David
Basic instinct: the genesis of behaviour/ Blumberg, Mark
Gender, nature, and nurture/ Lippa, Rchard
Imagination and play in the electronic age/ Singer, Dorothy
Religion online: finding faith on the Internet/ Dawson, Lorne
Culturally-conscious worship/ Black, Kathy
The psychology of demonization: promoting acceptance and reducing conflict/ Alon, Nahi
Interacting with the dead: perspectives on mortuary archaeology for the new millennium/ Rakita, Gordon
Appropriated pasts: indi…

December can be one tough month....

...for university students. Papers are due and exams are right around the corner. The holidays can seem a long, long way away. So this is a good time to remind you about some of the things the library offers which might help you in the days ahead:

Extended Hours - We always increase our hours at the end of the term to give you more research and study time. Here's what they look like for the next few weeks:
December 1- 3 Friday 8:00am-11:00pm Saturday 8:00am-11:00pm Sunday 10:00am-11:00pm
December 4-10 Monday-Thursday 8:00am - 11:00pm
Friday (Note: December 8 is the Patronal Feast of the university) 9:00am-11:00pm
Saturday 8:00am-11:00pm Sunday 10:00am-11:00pm

For our hours for the remainder of the term, go here.

Quiet Study Space - sometimes silence is golden. You just want a place where there are no distractions, where you can finish reading that novel or get ready for that exam. Remember that the Reserve Reading Room on the main floor of the library is just such a place. It is a design…