Donations 2016/2017

Past years' donations:2015/2016 2014/20152013/2014, 2012/2013, 2011/2012, 2010/2011, 2009/2010, 2008/2009, 2007/2008, 2006/2007, 2005/2006, 2004/2005, 2003/2004, 2002/2003, 2001/2002, 2000/2001.

The following members of the College have presented their own works to the College Library:

PROF. JOHN ARNOLD

  • The Oxford handbook of women and gender in medieval Europe (Contributor)

PROF. CHARLES BARR

  • Hitchcock lost and found: the forgotten films (Co-author)

PROF. PATRICK BATESON

  • Behaviour, development and evolution

PROF. PETER BELLWOOD

  • The global prehistory of human migration (Editor)
  • First migrants: ancient migration in global perspective

MR JONATHAN BENTHALL

  • Gulf charities and Islamic philanthropy in the “Age of terror” and beyond (Co-editor and contributor)
  • Islamic charities and Islamic humanism in troubled times
  • A smile that catches: Album verse

MR CHARLES BRETT

  • Charles Brett’s Baroque anthology for counter-tenor – 2 vols (Editor)

DR TEJ BUNNAG

  • Report regarding some aspects of the situation in Nanking (Contributor)

PROF. MARIO CARAVALE

  • Una incerta idea: stato di diritto e diritti di libertà nel pensiero italiano tra età liberale e fascismo

MR HUMPHREY CLUCAS

  • The Gospel according to Dot: stories, and a few verses

DR ROB COOPER

  • Practising public health: a guide to examinations and workplace application (Co-editor)

SIR TAM DALYELL

  • The question of Scotland: devolution and after

MR NICHOLAS DIMSDALE

  • British financial crises since 1825 (Co-editor)

PROF. IAIN FENLON

  • Early Music History 35 (Editor)

PROF. MATTHEW GANDY

  • The fabric of space: water, modernity, and the urban imagination
  • Moth
  • The acoustic city (Co-editor)
  • Urban constellations (Editor)

DR PETER GREENHALGH

  • English speech & pronunciation: the complete course (Co-author)
  • English speech and pronunciation – Chinese edition, 3 vols. (Co-author)
  • Audiobook gems: best-loved verse and short stories from the home of good English (Editor)

MR HUGH JOHNSON

  • On wine: good bits from 55 years of scribbling

PROF. ROBERT KIRK

  • Robots, zombies and us: understanding consciousness

DR STANLEY E. LAZIC

  • Experimental design for laboratory biologists: maximising information and improving reproducibility

PROF. CHRISTOPHER MACGOWAN

  • The Cambridge companion to William Carlos Williams (Editor)

PROF. MALCOLM MACCULLUM

  • General relativity and gravitation: a centennial perspective (Co-editor)

PROF. MICHAEL MANDELBAUM

  • “That used to be us”: what went wrong with America – and how it can come back (Co-author)
  • Democracy’s good name: the rise and risks of the world’s most popular form of government
  • The fate of nations: the search for national security in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
  • Mission failure: America and the world in the post-cold war era
  • The frugal superpower: America’s global leadership in a cash-strapped era
  • The nuclear future
  • The case for Goliath: how America acts as the world’s government in the 21st century
  • The ideas that conquered the world: peace, democracy, and free markets in the twenty-first century
  • The global rivals (Co-author)
  • The road to global prosperity
  • The dawn of peace in Europe
  • The meaning of sports: why Americans watch baseball, football, and basketball and what they see when they do
  • The nuclear question: the United States & nuclear weapons 1946-1976
  • The nuclear revolution: international politics before and after Hiroshima

DR MICHÈLE MENDELSSOHN

  • Alan Hollinghurst: writing under the influence (Co-editor)

MR GARRY O’CONNOR

  • The vagabond lover: a father-son memoir

PROF. ROBIN OSBORNE

  • Theologies of ancient Greek religion (Co-editor)
  • M.I. Finley: an ancient historian and his impact (Co-editor)

DR ROBERT PERRIN

  • Ugborough Parish heritage appraisal 2016 (Editor)
  • Workings of the Earth: a geological supplement to “Ugborough Parish heritage appraisal 2016”

PROF. CHRISTOPHER PRENDERGAST

  • A history of modern French literature: from the sixteenth to the twentieth century (Editor)

MR MICHAEL PURSGLOVE
A nest of the gentry (Translator)

DR MICHAEL REYNOLDS

  • Creating Der Rosenkavalier: from chevalier to cavalier 

MR FRANCIS ROUTH

  • To the evening star: for unaccompanied choir SATB op. 11 (1967 rev. 2016)

MR KARL SABBAGH

  • A rum affair: a true story of botanical fraud – new edition

DR LAURA SLATER (and Dr Joanna Bellis)

  • Representing war and violence: 1250-1600 (Co-editor)

MR JONATHAN STEFFEN

  • Good nutrition: perspectives for the 21st century (Technical editor)

MR MERLIN WATERSON

  • Light into lemonwood: wood engravings of mountains and monuments

MR NIGEL WENBAN-SMITH
Chagos: a history: exploration, exploitation, expulsion (Co-author)

PROF. ANTHONY WOODMAN

  • The annals of Tacitus: Books 5 and 6 (Editor)

Other gifts to the Library are gratefully acknowledged from the following:

Rev. R. Ames-Lewis

Prof. J. Arnold

Mr I. Barens

Mr A. Barnes

Mrs M. Barradell – books and prints from the library of the late Mr Trevor Martin, K.C.C.

Prof. R. Beadle

Brepolis publishers

Ms J. Brimmer

Mr G. Burgess

Prof. M. Burden

Dr B. Burgwinkle
 
Mrs S. Cerf
 
Choir of King’s College Chapel

Prof. B.J. Copeland

Dr R.A. Cord

Ms H. Cozens

Mr N. Curcio

Eton College Archivist

Prof. I. Fenlon

The Fitzwilliam Museum

The Friends of the Forster Country

Sir N. Goodison

Mr B. Gutt

Mr A. Hesami

Mr P. Hirshorn

Mr R.G. Hoffman

Ms L. Hubbert

Prof. J.D. Hunt

Mr P. Jones

Mr S. Keynes

Ms H. Largentaye

Dr N. Marston

Prof. JM Massing

Mr E. Mendez

Mrs L. Miller-Bernal – books from the library of the late Prof. Martin Bernal, K.C.C.

Ms A. Minns

Prof. C. Misak

Prof. C. Molesworth

Mr P. Monteith

Mr F. Porter

Mr K. Prasad

Ms E. Rainey

Re-Act Scotland

Dr S. Reynolds

Mrs E. Russell – The Capriol Society for Early Dance

Mr L. Sims

Mr A. Sisman
 
The Society of Authors

Dr M. Sonenscher

Ms R. Starace

Major A.R. Tavener and Canon T. Hurle

Mr P. Wills

Winchester College Archivist

Ms A. Wood

Prof. D. Wooff

Dr C.E.M. Yates