Journals received

The first in an occasional series listing journals received by the library for those that have the time and inclination to read more.

  • THE: Times Higher Education Supplement (n.1938, 11 March 2010) – about our ‘unloved universities’ and actor Patrick Stewart, aka Professor Patrick Stewart, on how excited he is to be in Huddersfield (the University).
  • The New York Review of Books (v.LVII:n.5, 25 March 2010) – on James Cameron’s film Avatar and how it relates to classic 1939 film The Wizard of Oz plus a short piece about cross-channel ferries in the 1960s.
  • Current Archaeology (n.241, April 2010) – includes a piece by the editor on the revamp of the Greco-Roman galleries in Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum.
  • Books for Keeps (n.181, March 2010) – a magazine covering children’s literature lists its ‘Children’s Books of the Decade’, plus ten of the best books that introduce children to art. This issue’s ‘Classics in Short’ is Eagle of the Ninth by Rosemary Sutcliff.
  • TLS: The Times Literary Supplement (n.5580, 12 March 2010) – full of reviews, including Chris Ofili at Tate Britain and new fiction by Tim Pears and Rose Tremain.
  • Wasafiri (n.61, spring 2010) – covering what I can only describe as writing’s equivalent to ‘world music’, Wasafiri announces the winners of its new writing prize and the launch of this year’s competition.

All these and more are in our reading area on the ground floor.

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