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35 Oxford Scholarship Online E-books

Northwestern University Libraries now has access to the following Oxford Scholarship Online e-books.  Access through the Library’s catalog NUsearch.   Purchased through the BTAA E-book Pilot Program.

1              4E cognition and eighteenth-century fiction: how the novel found its feet

2              Archiving the British Raj: history of the archival policy of the government of India, with selected documents, 1858-1947

3              Aristotle’s lost Homeric problems: textual studies

4              At nature’s edge: the global present and long-term history

5              Beyond the barricades: government and state-building in post-revolutionary Prussia, 1848-1858

6              Coming home: how midwives changed birth

7              Critique and utopia in postcolonial historical fiction: Atlantic and other worlds

8              Deities and devotees: cinema, religion, and politics in South India

9              Dickens and the stenographic mind

10           Digital uncanny

11           Dynastic politics and the British reformations, 1558-1630

12           The game of love in Georgian England: courtship, emotions, and material culture

13           Great power rising: Theodore Roosevelt and the politics of U.S. foreign policy

14           An imperial disaster: the Bengal cyclone of 1876

15           Keshab: Bengal’s forgotten prophet

16           Laughter on the fringes: the reception of old comedy in the imperial Greek world

17           Locating the medical: explorations in South Asian history

18           Looking like a language, sounding like a race: raciolinguistic ideologies and the learning of Latinidad

19           The nonviolent struggle for Indian freedom, 1905-19

20           Norman Anderson and the Christian mission to modernize Islam

21           Not quite hope and other political emotions in the Gilded Age

22           Pan-Islamic connections: transnational networks between South Asia and the Gulf

23           A political history of literature: Vidyapati and the fifteenth century

24           The politics of consumer credit in the UK, 1938-1992

25           The politics of peace: a global Cold War history

26           Ray Bolger: more than a scarecrow

27           Referential null subjects in early English

28           Revisiting the polite and commercial people: essays in Georgian politics, society, and culture in honour of Professor Paul Langford

29           Roman receptions of Sappho

30           Servilia and her family

31           Shooting a tiger: big-game hunting and conservation in colonial India

32           Slavery and class in the American South: a generation of slave narrative testimony, 1840-1865

33           Teacher evaluation in music: a guide for music teachers in the U.S.

34           Thirteen months in China: a subaltern Indian and the colonial world: an annotated translation of Thakur Gadadhar Singh’s Chīn me terah mās

35           Tragedy as philosophy in the Reformation world