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Influx and Efflux: Writing Up with Walt Whitman  
By Jane Bennett
Political Science
Explores how we think about human agency in a world with powerful nonhuman influences. 

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Advances in Noncommutative Geometry: On the Occasion of Alain Connes’ 70th Birthday
Co-edited by Caterina Consani
Illustrates new concepts and methods in the subject of noncommutative geometry.

Israel Under Netanyahu: Domestic and Foreign Affairs
Edited by Robert Freedman
Political Science
Evaluates domestic politics and foreign policy under Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Birth of Intelligence: From RNA to Artificial Intelligence 
By Daeyeol Lee  
Psychological and Brain Sciences 
Addresses differences between biological and artificial intelligence to prepare for future society and technology.

Bastards and Believers: Jewish Converts and Conversion from the Bible to the Present 
Co-edited by Pawel Maciejko  
Highlights the histories behind the concepts of the convert and conversion. 

By Dora Malech
The Writing Seminars
A collection of poetry with themes of thriving, growth, innovation, and survival. 

The Shore 
By Christopher Nealon
Five poem-essays that explore the complexity of contemporary life.

Badges Without Borders: How Global Counterinsurgency Transformed American Policing
By Stuart Schrader
Offers a new account of the War on Crime, “law and order” politics, and global counterinsurgency, revealing connections between foreign and domestic racial control.

The Divine in Modern Hebrew Literature: Conceptions of the Divine  
By Neta Stahl 
Modern Languages and Literatures  
Explores the qualities that 20th-century Hebrew writers attributed to the divine. 

Never Trump: The Revolt of the Conservative Elites 
Co-authored by Steven Teles   
Political Science  
Provides a window into the motivations of committed partisans who chose to break ties with their longtime comrades in arms. 

On Being Me: A Personal Invitation to Philosophy 
By J. David Velleman 
Explores how we can better understand the most fundamental parts of ourselves by relying on our own powers of thought. 

Static in the System: Noise and the Soundscape of American Cinema Culture 
By Meredith Ward  
Film and Media Studies  
Analyzes the relationship between aural cultural history and cinema’s sound theory.