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October 25, 2022

My Deniversity: Knowing Denise Levertov
By Mark Pawlak ’70 
MADHAT PRESS, 2021, $21.95

“Well, Doc, You’re In”: Freeman Dyson’s Journey though the Universe
Edited by David Kaiser, professor of physics and the history of science 
MIT PRESS, 2022, $29.95

A Guide to Career Resilience for Women and Under-Represented Groups
By Eve Sprunt ’72, SM ’73, and Maria Angela Capello
SPRINGER, 2022, $29.99

Quantitative Equity Portfolio Management: An Active Approach to Portfolio Construction and Management (Second Edition)
By Ludwig B. Chincarini, PhD ’95, and Daehwan Kim
MCGRAW HILL, 2022, $80

The Customer-Base Audit: The First Step on the Journey to Customer Centricity
By Peter Fader ’83, SM ’85, PhD ’87, Bruce Hardie, and Michael Ross 

New Industrial Urbanism: Designing Places for Production
By Tali Hatuka and Eran Ben-Joseph, professor of landscape architecture and planning
ROUTLEDGE, 2022, $39.95

Shapes of Imagination: Calculating in Coleridge’s Magical Realm
By George Stiny ’67, professor of design and computation 
MIT PRESS, 2022, $45

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