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April 27, 2021
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The Empathy Diaries: A Memoir

By Sherry Turkle, professor of the social studies of science and technology and founding director of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self
Penguin press, 2021, $28

The Memory Thief and the Secrets Behind How We Remember (A Medical Mystery)

By Lauren Aguirre ’86
Pegasus Books, 2021, $28.95

Digital Body Language: How to Build Trust and Connection, No Matter the Distance

By Erica Dhawan, MBA ’12
St. Martin’s Press, 2021, $28.99

Make Shift: Dispatches from the Post-Pandemic Future (Twelve Tomorrows series)

By Gideon Lichfield, former editor in chief of MIT Technology Review
MIT Press, 2021, $19.95

Brains Explained: How They Work and Why They Work That Way

By Alison (McKenzie) Caldwell ’11 and Micah Caldwell
Weldon Owen, 2021, $25

Risk Is an Asset: Turning Commodity Price Uncertainty into a Strategic Advantage

By Wayne Penello and Andrew P. Furman ’85
ForbesBooks, 2020, $29.99

Stanley Jaki Foundation International Congress

Edited by Paul Haffner and Joseph Laracy, SM ’07  
Gracewing Publishing, 2020, $22.50

Measurement Demystified: Creating Your L&D Measurement, Analytics, and Reporting Strategy

By David Vance ’74 and Peggy Parskey 
Association for Talent Development, 2020, $38.99

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