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December 19, 2022
MIT book list

Cyberinsurance Policy: Rethinking Risk in an Age of Ransomware, Computer Fraud, Data Breaches, and Cyberattacks
By Josephine Wolff, SM ’12, PhD ’15 
MIT PESS, 2022, $35

Introduction to Linear Algebra (6th edition*)
By Gilbert Strang ’55, professor of mathematics 
WELLESLEY-CAMBRIDGE PRESS, 2022, $74
*Text goes with OpenCourseWare (ocw.mit.edu) videos for Math 18.06 

Houdini’s Fabulous Magic (new edition; first published in 1961)
By Walter B. Gibson and the late Morris N. Young ’30
VINE LEAVES PRESS, 2023, $17.99

Rebels at Sea: Privateering in the American Revolution
By Eric Jay Dolin, PhD ’95
LIVERIGHT/W.W. NORTON, 2022, $32.50

Symbionts: Contemporary Artists and the Biosphere
Edited by Caroline A. Jones, professor in the architecture department; Natalie Bell, curator at the MIT List Visual Arts Center; and Selby
Nimrod, assistant curator at the List
MIT PRESS, 2022, $44.95

Getting that Expat Job in International Development and Advancing
By John F. Loeber ’82
BoD, 2022, $22.90

Computational Imaging
By Ayush Bhandari, SM ’14, PhD ’18; Achuta Kadambi, PhD ’18; and Ramesh Raskar, associate professor at the MIT Media Lab   
MIT PRESS, 2022, $60

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