William James Correspondence
The correspondence of William James set was just recently added to our electronic collections. This 12-volume set contains a vast majority of known letters between William James, a renowned American philosopher, and his novelist brother, Henry James, over the course of 2 decades. From career exploits, travel stories, and even gossip — the series will appeal to the research community and those who enjoy immersing themselves with a good historical, biographical story.
Atkins Library recently acquired a handful of handbooks and research works from Edward Elgar Publishing. Along with the titles we acquired, there are also a number of Open Access titles available to be accessed. These titles cover subjects across the social sciences including Business & Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Political Science, Public Policy, and more.
Here are a few titles that can be found:
- Research Handbook on Motivation in Public Administration by Edmund Stazyk and Randall Davis
- How to be a Reflexive Researcher by Paul Hibbert
- Research Handbook on Entrepreneurial Behavior, Practice and Process edited by William Gartner and Bruce Teague
- Experiential Exercises in the Classroom by Mary Foster, Vicki Fairbanks Taylor, and Jennie Walker
These new titles are hosted on their content platform, Elgaronline, and are ready for you to browse at your convenience!