Monday, November 29, 2004

Final Exam Hours

The Decatur Campus Library will be open until 11pm on Monday through Thursday evenings the weeks of December 6th and December 13th to allow extra study time for finals. We will be open our normal hours Friday through Sunday during the same period.

See the Library Hours page for more information.

New Books: November 29 - December 7

Author: Garcia, Charles P. (Charles Patrick)
Title: Message from Garcia : yes, you can succeed
Call Number: BF637.S8 G346 2003

Author: Marshall, Peter, 1964-
Title: Reformation England, 1480-1642
Call Number: BR375 .M377 2003

Author: Miller, David (David M. O.)
Title: Richard the Lionheart : the mighty Crusader
Call Number: DA207 .M55 2003

Author: Pavlov, A. P. (Andrei Pavlovich)
Title: Ivan the Terrible
Call Number: DK106 .P38 2003

Author: Villepigue, James C.
Title: Body sculpting bible for men : featuring the 14-day body sculpting workout : the ultimate fat loss/muscle gain program for the ultimate physique
Call Number: GV546.5 .V54 2004

Author: Villepigue, James C.
Title: Body sculpting bible for women : featuring the 14-day body sculpting workout : the ultimate fat loss/muscle gain program for the ultimate physique
Call Number: GV546.6.W64 V55 2004

Author: Powe-Allred, Alexandra, 1965-
Title: Atta girl! : a celebration of women in sport
Call Number: GV697.A1 P59 2003

Author: Zukin, Sharon.
Title: Point of purchase : how shopping changed American culture
Call Number: HC110.C6 Z85 2004

Author: Schlesinger, Arthur Meier, 1917-
Title: War and the American presidency
Call Number: JZ1480 .S35 2004

Title: How to study for success
Call Number: LB1601 .H69 2004

Title: Stem cell research : new frontiers in science and ethics
Call Number: QH588.S83 S74 2003

Author: Foster, Russell G.
Title: Rhythms of life : the biological clocks that control the daily lives of every living thing
Call Number: QP84.6 .F67 2004b

See New Titles in GIL for more new arrivals.

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

New Popular Books

A new batch of popular books has arrived at the Decatur Campus Library. Come in and check them out!

America's Game: The Epic Story of How Pro Football Captured A Nation by Michael MacCambridge

I'll Find A Way Or Make It On My Own: A Tribute To Historically Black Colleges And Universities by Juan Williams and Dwayne Ashley

Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise And Fall Of Jack Johnson by Geoffery C. Ward

Popular books circulate for 14 days and are located on their own shelf near the periodicals and photocopiers.

Monday, November 22, 2004

New Book: November 22 - 28

Author: Gibilisco, Stan.
Title: Physics demystified
Call Number: QC23.2 .G54 2002

See New Titles in GIL for more new arrivals.

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

The Decatur Campus Library will close at 5pm on Wednesday, November 24th for the Thanksgiving Holiday and will remain closed through Sunday, November 28th. Regular hours will resume on Monday, November 29th.

Monday, November 15, 2004

New Books: November 15-21

Author: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Title: Rough Riders ; An autobiography
Call Number: E725.45 1st .R64 2004

Author: Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919.
Title: Letters and speeches
Call Number: E757 .A4 2004

See New Titles in GIL for more new arrivals.

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

Timeline of Art History

Looking for information about art? The Timeline of Art History from the Metropolitan Museum of Art provides a chronological, geographical, and thematic exploration of the history of art from around the world. The Timeline contains chronologies, essays, maps and images from the museum collection. The collection is searchable and is indexed by subject, special topic, artist and object accession number.

Visit this excellent resource for in depth information about art history.

Monday, November 08, 2004

New Books: November 8-14

Title: World religions in America : an introduction
Call Number: BL2525 .W67 2003

Author: Davis, James C. (James Cushman)
Title: Human story : our history, from the Stone Age to today
Call Number: D23 .D38 2004

Author: Pellegrino, Charles R.
Title: Ghosts of Vesuvius : a new look at the last days of Pompeii, how towers fall, and other strange connections
Call Number: DG70.P7 P44 2004

Author: Bradford, Sarah, 1938-
Title: Lucrezia Borgia : life, love, and death in Renaissance Italy
Call Number: DG797.83 .B73 2004

Author: Horton, James Oliver.
Title: Slavery and the making of America
Call Number: E441 .H73 2005

Author: Price, David, 1961-
Title: Love and hate in Jamestown : John Smith, Pocahontas, and the heart of a new nation
Call Number: F234.J3 P68 2003

Author: Mandelbaum, Michael. Title: Meaning of sports : why Americans watch baseball, football, and basketball, and what they see when they do
Call Number: GV706.5 .M345 2004

Author: Endlich, Lisa, 1959-
Title: Optical illusions : Lucent and the crash of Telecom
Call Number: HD9696.T444 L834 2004

Author: Weiner, Mark Stuart.
Title: Black trials : citizenship from the beginnings of slavery to the end of caste
Call Number: KF4757 .W45 2004

Author: Cruz, Celia.
Title: Celia : my life
Call Number: ML420.C957 A3 2004

Author: Sawyer-Laucanno, Christopher, 1951-
Title: E.E. Cummings : a biography
Call Number: PS3505.U334 Z84 2004

Author: Leach, Laurie F.
Title: Langston Hughes : a biography
Call Number: PS3515.U274 Z676 2004

Author: Dawkins, Richard, 1941-
Title: Ancestor's tale : a pilgrimage to the dawn of evolution
Call Number: QH361 .D39 2004

Author: Parson, Ann B.
Title: Proteus effect : stem cells and their promise for medicine
Call Number: QH588.S83 P37 2004

Author: Evans, Harold.
Title: They made America : from the steam engine to the search engine: two centuries of innovations
Call Number: T39 .E83 2004

Author: Owen, David, 1955-
Title: Copies in seconds : how a lone inventor and an unknown company created the biggest communication breakthrough since Gutenberg : Chester Carlson and the birth of the Xerox machine
Call Number: TR1045 .O94 2004

See New Titles in GIL for more new arrivals.

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Terry Kay Reading

Townsend Award winning author Terry Kay will be speaking on Wednesday, November 10th at 11am in the Gallery outside the Decatur Campus Library.

Terry Kay is the internationally renowned author of To Dance With The White Dog, The Runaway and Taking Lottie Home. Mr. Kay's latest novel, The Valley of Light, received the 2004 Best Georgia Fiction Award from the Georgia Writers Association.

Mr. Kay's appearance is part of the Visiting Writer in Residence Program sponsored by the GPC Writers Institute. The event is free and open to the public.

Come out and hear this informative and entertaining talk from one of Georgia's premier authors.

Monday, November 01, 2004

New Book: November 1-7

Author: Wolfson, Evan, 1957-
Title: Why marriage matters : America, equality, and gay people's right to marry
Call Number: HQ1034.U5 W65 2004

See New Titles in GIL for more new arrivals from all GPC Libraries.