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(September 05, 2015 - October 05, 2015)

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Literacy and education : policy, practice and public opinion by Papen, Uta, (Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2016)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) P40.5.L58 P37 2016
Language across languages : new perspectives on translation (Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) P306 .L36 2015
Humor in the classroom : a guide for language teachers and educational researchers by Bell, Nancy, 1969- (New York, NY : Routledge, 2016-2016)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) P53.43 .B25 2016
Rethinking heritage language education (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014-2014)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) P40.5.L56 R48 2014
Language and society in the Greek and Roman Worlds by Clackson, James, (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) P40.45.G8 C53 2015
Semantics of colour : a historical approach by Biggam, C. P. (Carole Patricia), 1946- (New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) P305.19.C64 B54 2012
Teaching languages online by Meskill, Carla, (Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, 2015)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) P53.28 .M48 2015
Political literacy in composition and rhetoric : defending academic discourse against postmodern pluralism by Lazere, Donald. (Carbondale, Illinois : Southern Illinois University Press, 2015)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) P301.5.P67 L39 2015
Early modern cultures of translation (Philadelphia : [Washington, D.C.] : University of Pennsylvania Press ; Folger Shakespeare Library,
Bailey/Howe Cataloging P306.2 .E17 2015
Cambridge handbook of endangered languages (Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011)
Bailey/Howe Books (3rd Floor) P40.5.L33 C36 2011

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