47 Oxford Scholarship Online Ebooks
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 Ebook Pilot Program.
The business of scholarly publishing: managing in turbulent times / Albert N. Greco.
Class and conflict: revisiting Pranab Bardhan’s political economy of India / Elizabeth Chatterjee and Matthew McCartney.
Micro, small, and medium enterprises in Vietnam / John Rand and Finn Tarp.
The property species: mine, yours, and the human mind / Bart J. Wilson.
Monetary and fiscal policy through a DSGE lens / Harold L. Cole.
Dhaka’s changing landscape: prospects for economic development, social change, and shared prosperity / Rita Afsar and Mahbub Hossain.
Space: a history / edited by Andrew Janiak.
Making sense of affirmative action / Kasper Lippert-Rasmussen.
Imagining and knowing: the shape of fiction / Gregory Currie.
Games: agency as art / C. Thi Nguyen.
Time travel: probability and impossibility / Nikk Effingham.
The structure of truth / Donald Davidson, Cameron Kirk-Giannini, and Ernie Lepore.
Articulating a thought / Eli Alshanetsky.
Pascal: reasoning and belief / Michael Moriarty.
Ancient relativity: Plato, Aristotle, Stoics, and Sceptics / Matthew Duncombe.
There are no such things as theories / Steven French.
The morality of defensive force / Jonathan Quong.
Being rational and being right / Juan Comesaña.
Self-knowledge in ancient philosophy: the Eighth Keeling Colloquium in Ancient Philosophy / edited by Fiona Leigh.
Seeing, knowing, and doing: a perceptualist account / Robert Audi.
Contours of dignity / Suzy Killmister.
Out of time: the queer politics of postcoloniality / Rahul Rao.
Global norms and local action: the campaigns to end violence against women in Africa / Peace A. Medie.
Monsters to destroy: understanding the war on terror / Navin A. Bapat.
Candidate matters: a study of ethnic parties, campaigns, and elections in Latin America / Karleen Jones West.
Short circuiting policy: interest groups and the battle over clean energy and climate policy in the American states / Leah Cardamore Stokes.
Reconsidering American power: Pax Americana and the social sciences / John D. Kelly, Kurt Jacobsen, and Marston H. Morgan.
The virtues of violence: democracy against disintegration in modern France / Kevin Duong.
Citizens and the state in authoritarian regimes: comparing China and Russia / Valerie Bunce, Karrie Koesel, and Jessica Weiss.
Delta democracy: pathways to incremental civic revolution in Egypt and beyond / Catherine E. Herrold.
Ever looser union?: differentiated European integration / Frank Schimmelfennig and Thomas Winzen.
Digital journalism, drones, and automation: the language and abstractions behind the news / Cate Dowd.
Orders of exclusion: great powers and the strategic sources of foundational rules in international relations / Kyle M. Lascurettes.
The governor’s dilemma: indirect governance beyond principals and agents / Kenneth W. Abbott, Bernhard Zangl, Duncan Snidal, Philipp Genschel.
Diversity, violence, and recognition / Elisabeth King and Cyrus Samii.
Criminalizing atrocity: the global spread of criminal laws against international crimes / Mark S. Berlin.
Radical republicanism: recovering the tradition’s popular heritage / edited by Bruno Leipold, Karma Nabulsi, and Stuart White.
Music and dementia: from cognition to therapy / Amee Baird, Sandra Garrido and Jeanette Tamplin.
Cultural psychology: exploring culture and mind in diverse communities / Robyn M. Holmes.
Disenchantment with democracy: a psychological perspective / Janusz Reykowski.
Head strong: how psychology is revolutionizing war / Michael D. Matthews.
The Gospel as manuscript: an early history of the Jesus tradition as material artifact / Chris Keith.
Initiating the millennium: the Avignon Society and illuminism in Europe / Robert Collis and Natalie Bayer.
Loving stones: making the impossible possible in the worship of Mount Govardhan / David L. Haberman.
Back-pocket God: religion and spirituality in the lives of emerging adults / Melinda Lundquist Denton, Richard Flory and Christian Smith.
Maoism and grassroots religion: the Communist revolution and the reinvention of religious life in China / Xiaoxuan Wang.
The earliest commentary on the prophecy of Habakkuk / Timothy H. Lam.