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July/August 2023

MIT book list

A Silent Fire: The Story of Inflammation, Diet, and Disease
By Shilpa Ravella ’03 
W.W. NORTON & CO., 2022, $30

The Transcendent Brain: Spirituality in the Age of Science
By Alan Lightman, professor of the practice of the humanities  
PANTHEON, 2023, $26

A Crisis Like No Other: Understanding and Defeating Global Warming
By Robert De Saro, SM ’74
BENTHAM BOOKS, 2023, $36

The Metallurgy of Zinc Coated Steels
By Arnold R. Marder and Frank E. Goodwin, SM ’76, ScD ’79
ELSEVIER, 2023, $190

Judicial Dispute Resolution: New Roles for Judges in Ensuring Justice
By Lawrence Susskind, MCP ’70, PhD ’73, professor of urban and environmental planning; William Tilleman; and Nicolás Parra-Herrera
ANTHEM PRESS, 2023, $29.95

Digitized Statecraft of Four Asian Regionalisms: States’ Multilateral Treaty Participation and Citizens’ Satisfaction with Quality of Life
By Takashi Inoguchi, PhD ’74, and Lien Thi Quynh Le

Hangry: A Startup Journey
By Mike Evans ’99, MEng ’00

Introduction to Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems
By Allan T. Kirkpatrick ’72, PhD ’81

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