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Recent books from the MIT community

July/August 2024


Sparking Creativity: How Play and Humor Fuel Innovation and Design
By Barry Kudrowitz, SM ’06, PhD ’10
ROUTLEDGE, 2023, $39.95

Open Building for Architects: Professional Knowledge for an Architecture of Everyday Environment
By Stephen H. Kendall, PhD ’90, and N. John Habraken 
ROUTLEDGE, 2023, $44.99

Measurements-Based Radar Signature Modeling: An Analysis Framework
By Joseph T. Mayhan, senior staff member at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, and the late John A. Tabaczynski ’60, former leader of the Ballistic Missile Defense Analysis Division at MIT Lincoln Laboratory  
MIT PRESS, 2024, $125

Molecular Mechanisms in Materials: Insights from Atomistic Modeling and Simulation
By Sidney Yip, professor emeritus of nuclear science and engineering and materials science 
MIT PRESS, 2023, $50

Algorithmic High-Dimensional Robust Statistics
By Ilias Diakonikolas and Daniel M. Kane ’07

Private Equity: A Memoir
By Carrie Sun ’07
PENGUIN PRESS, 2024, $29

African Cinema in a Global Age
By Kenneth W. Harrow ’64
ROUTLEDGE, 2023, $48.95

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