What’s the Use of Race: Modern Governance and the Biology of Difference
Edited by Ian Whitmarsh and David S. Jones, associate professor of history and culture of science and technology
MIT Press, 2010, $22.00
Defending Copernicus and Galileo: Critical Reasoning in the Two Affairs
By Maurice A. Finocchiaro ‘64
Springer, 2010, $139.00
Learning to Communicate in Science and Engineering: Case Studies from MIT
By Mya Poe, director of technical communication; Neal Lerner, director of training in communication instruction; and Jennifer Craig, lecturer in writing across the curriculum in MIT’s program in writing and humanistic studies
MIT Press, 2010, $35.00
In Time of War: Understanding American Public Opinion from World War II to Iraq
By Adam J. Berinsky, associate professor of political science
University of Chicago Press, 2009, $23.00
Bridginess: More of the Civil Engineering Life
By Brian Brenner ‘82, SM ‘84
American Society of Civil Engineers Press, 2010, $32.00
The Field: A Story about the Future (fiction)
By Lionel Goulet ‘74
Computer Help Company, 2009, $15.95
The Lawyer’s Guide to Working Smarter with Knowledge Tools
By Marc Lauritsen ‘74
American Bar Association, 2010, $79.95
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