November 2010 Entries
The new subject librarian for Philosophy is Philip Abela, replacing Jennifer Graham who is taking up a new position in the library, Research Outputs Client Support.
This thesis is an exercise in foundational theology written by an indigenous Māori theologian of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Pa Henare taught for many years at the CIT, and as lecturer of the School of Theology. The thesis is a Phd thesis of the Melbourne College of Divinity, available from their research repository.
Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy (REP Online) coverage has been recently improved with the addition of 48 full article revisions and 4 biographical updates to reflect current research.
London Low Life: Street Culture, Social Reform and the Victorian Underworld is a rich digital collection that brings to life the teeming streets of Victorian London. Explore the gin palaces, brothels and East End slums of the nineteenth century’s greatest city.
Five award-winning war photographers examine up-close the suffering and dignity of people affected by war in Our World At War. Accompanied by a second exhibition, Wars of Dignity in the Pacific, in which 22 images of warfare in the Pacific show how over centuries, behaviour and rituals developed to protect women, children and prisoners.
Opens on 11 November.