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October 26, 2021

Design to Live: Everyday Inventions from a Refugee Camp

Edited by Azra Aksamija, founder, MIT Future Heritage Lab (FHL); Raafat Majzoub; and Melina Philippou, program director, FHL
MIT PRESS, 2021, $29.95

The Engaged Scholar: Expanding the Impact of Academic Research in Today’s World

By Andrew J. Hoffman, PhD ’95
STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2021, $14

ToZenzi

By Robert Shuster ’84
NEW ISSUES PRESS, UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, 2021, $18

Toxic Legacy

By Stephanie Seneff ’68
CHELSEA GREEN PUBLISHING, 2021, $24.95

Into the Anthropocosmos: A Whole Space Catalog from the MIT Space Exploration Initiative

Edited by Ariel Ekblaw, director, MIT Space Exploration Initiative
MIT PRESS, 2021, $39.95

Rethinking Market Regulation: Helping Labor by Overcoming Economic Myths

By John N. Drobak ’70
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2021, $99

Why Trust Matters: An Economist’s Guide to the Ties That Bind Us

By Benjamin Ho ’00
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2021, $34.99

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