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Author of What Remains on the costs of MIA accounting and debts to the missing and their families for
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Harvard Book Store Nov 8
Next Friday @ 7:00pm! Howard Eiland commemorates the 20th anniversary of 's translation of Walter Benjamin's THE ARCADES PROJECT, in conversation with editor Lindsay Waters, co-sponsored by details:
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Anthony Jack 7h
I've celebrated many firsts recently. But today I am overjoyed at a fourth. Just heard from : has entered its fourth printing. They even sent a morning text to say hi. Thank y'all for the continued support!
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Raritan Quarterly 3h
Newly released from The Enchantments of Mammon — Eugene McCarraher
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"[A]n eye-opening volume... illuminating because Patterson carefully explores the complexity of the structural machinery behind Jamaica’s dazzling successes and dismal failures." reviews Orlando Patterson's The Confounding Island
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nilay patel Nov 13
I don't often recommend books, but I really think everyone in tech should read 's book. Loved this Vergecast conversation about why American markets have gone bad, which he started writing when he noticed cell phone plans are so expensive:
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"We're trying to question a link between a singular molecule and whole ways of being." Listen to Rebecca Jordan-Young, , and discuss and the truth about on
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What cars can teach us about new policing technologies. in the Policing the Open Road:
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Sharmila Sen 17h
“The Emperor Who Never Was (⁦⁩) by Supriya Gandhi is that rarity: a work of painstaking historical scholarship that is also a model of fine writing and clear, flowing prose.” — ⁦
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Public Books 17h
Since the invention of the automobile, police have used the dangers of America’s roads to justify their growing oversight of motorists, writes Sarah A. Seo in POLICING THE OPEN ROAD ().
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Anthony Jack 18h
Thank you and for this amazing honor for : The Mildred Garcia Award for Exemplary Scholarship. I don’t have the words to express my gratitude. Just smiles and a few tears.
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The University of Chicago Nov 11
“There's a specific kind of intelligent generalist reader who wants to know what current scholarship has to say about any number of issues. We present that in a way that brings different disciplines together...” -'s Jeff Deutsch in
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Harvard University Press Nov 13
Monopolies cost Americans $300 a month. explains why the US is no longer the land of free markets for
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PopMatters Nov 13
This Is Why the Right Is Winning the Internet. On Jen 's THE REVOLUTION THAT WASN'T: HOW DIGITAL ACTIVISM FAVORS CONSERVATIVES ()
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sxmalumni Nov 11
Wow. Must-read. Empowering. We just ordered it - not on For : "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" galvanized global debate about . He challenges us 👊🏿 to revolutionize how we think about politics, ideology, and history.
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Payal Arora Nov 11
New podcast (in English) out with on the users book . It was part of the bigger media immersion at the in Copenhagen - one of my most memorable experiences this year!
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Greg Carr Nov 11
The new collection of Umberto Eco’s La Milanesiana essays from , “On the Shoulders of Giants,” is a powerful reminder of the complexity of relationships between intellectual genealogies and creative work. Whether we know it or not, our human past is inescapable.
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Berggruen Institute Nov 11
In "Bloc by Bloc", Berggruen Fellow Steven Weber argues that global enterprises must prepare for a world increasingly made up of competing regions defined by their own rules and standards.
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Harvard University Press Nov 12
It may be a cold day in The District, but we’re bringing the Spring/Summer 2020 heat this week. We’re coming for you (in a very friendly, non-threatening way), DC media! Check out our new catalog here:
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1A Nov 11
"We're trying to question a link between a singular molecular and whole ways of being," says. "The idea that we can take away is there's a wide array of being that's not dependent on one's testosterone levels."
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