Marching forth towards the cruelest month and crossing the Rubicon of Spring Break means time to buckle down for the finals battle coming up in May. And now that Spring Break is over, Graduate Services is back up and open for buisness–If there are strikes, we’re a business then, and it’s always all business here all the time. This means you can stay here all day reading and writing–but no arithmetic allowed, sorry folks. What’s more, we got new books in from the very best writers, including the recipient of this year’s UC Berkeley Avenali Lecture, Wole Soyinka, and the latest book from Giorgio Agamben, who is putting his stamp on more of all things once again. We also got the Italian/American dynamic duo of Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri unleashing the third part of their Empire/Multitudes project, Commonwealth, as well as new books from UCB professors Jeffery Knapp and Massimo Mazzotti, taking on Shakespeare and Maria Gaetana Agnesi, Mathaematician of God–all right, so maybe there is a bit of arithmetic here–while Julia Kristeva explains This Incredible Need to Believe, as her title suggests. But that’s not all, there is more. You just need to scroll down to see what that more is. On that note, I’m sad to say that no Irish Authors made it to our shelves this month. I think St. Patrick (and maybe the drink) had something to do with that. Happy scrolling, and Enjoy.
The Signature of All Things by Giorgio Agamben
Leavings by Wendell Berry
The Bachelors’ Ball: The Crisis of Peasant Society in Bearn by Pierre Bourdieu
Odes by Francesco Filelfo edited and translated by Diana Robin
Commonwealth by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri
Majic Ring by H.D.
The Mystery by H.D.
Shakespeare Only by Jeffrey Knapp
This Incredible Need to Believe by Julia Kristeva
The World of Maria Gaetana Agnesi, Mathematician of God by Massimo Mazzotti
Goodbye Mr. Socialism by Antonio Negri
Conversations With Wole Soyinka edited by Biodun Jeyifo
The Invention & The Detainee by Wole Soyinka
You Must Set Forth at Dawn by Wole Soyinka
Cracks in the Universe by Charles Tomlinson
The Vineyard Above the Sea by Charles Tomlinson
Bunker Archeology by Paul Virilio