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August 24, 2022

Should You Believe Wikipedia? Online Communities and the Construction of Knowledge 
By Amy Bruckman, SM ’87, PhD ’91 
CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2022, $19.99

Theoretical Investigations: Philosophical Foundations of Group Cognition
By Gerry Stahl ’76
SPRINGER, 2021, $199.99

Great Discoveries in Psychiatry
By Ronald Chase, PhD ’69
LOGOS VERLAG BERLIN, 2021, $51

Business Innovation: A Case Study Approach
By Vijay Pandiarajan, MBA ’15
ROUTLEDGE, 2022, $66.95

The Immersive Enclosure: Virtual Reality in Japan
By Paul Roquet, associate professor of media studies and Japan studies in the Comparative Media Studies/Writing program 
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2022, $35

Reimagining Sustainable Cities: Strategies for Designing Greener, Healthier, More Equitable Communities
By Stephen Wheeler and Christina D. Rosan, MCP ’02, PhD ’07
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS, 2021, $26.95

Until We Have Won Our Liberty: South Africa after Apartheid
By Evan Lieberman, professor of political science and contemporary Africa, director of MIT’s Global Diversity Lab, and director of MISTI
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2022, $29.95

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