The Great Polarization: How Ideas, Power, and Policies Drive Inequality
Edited by Rudiger L. von Arnim and Joseph E. Stiglitz, PhD ’66
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2022, $70
Diversity and Satire: Laughing at Processes of Marginalization
By Charisse L’Pree Corsbie-Massay ’03
WILEY, 2022, $59.95
The Place of the Mosque: Genealogies of Space, Knowledge, and Power
By Akel Isma’il Kahera, SM ’87
LEXINGTON BOOKS, 2022, $105
The Magic Conveyor Belt: Supply Chains, AI, and the Future of Work
By Yossi Sheffi, PhD ’78, professor of civil and environmental engineering
TRANSOFT, 2023, $24.99
Strategy in the Digital Age: Mastering Digital Transformation
By Michael Lenox, PhD ’99
STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2023, $26
Mockito Made Clear: Java Unit Testing with Mocks, Stubs, and Spies
By Ken Kousen ’84
PRAGMATIC BOOKSHELF, 2023, $9.99
Cybersecurity for Main Street: Cyber Fit in 21 Days
By Ann Westerheim ’86, SM ’89, PhD ’92
EKARU, 2023, $14.95
By Paul Dawalibi, MBA ’08, and Gregory Landegger
ASSOULINE, 2023, $105
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