The Migration-Development Regime: How Class Shapes Indian Emigration
By Rina Agarwala
Explores how India has used its poor and elite emigrants to further Indian development.
The Biggest Ideas in the Universe: Space, Time, and Motion
By Sean Carroll
Physics and Philosophy
Introduces a way of seeing that will resonate across cultural and generational boundaries.
Collateral Damages: Landlords and the Urban Housing Crisis
By Meredith Greif
Investigates how local laws and practices perpetuate disadvantage among marginalized populations and communities.
City on the Edge: Hong Kong Under Chinese Rule
By Ho-fung Hung
Offers insight into the fraught economic, political, and social forces that led to the 2019 uprising in Hong Kong.
On the Path to the Place of Rest: Demotic Graffiti Relating to the Ibis and Falcon Cult from the Spanish Mission at Dra Abu El-naga
Co-authored by Richard Jasnow
Near Eastern Studies
A holistic study of the twilight of Pharaonic history that represents a true collaboration between archaeologists and philologists.
The Last Revolutionaries: The Conspiracy Trial of Gracchus Babeuf and the Equals
By Laura Mason
A retelling of the trial of Gracchus Babeuf, who fought to revive the French Revolution.
Polygamy: A Very Short Introduction
By Sarah M.S. Pearsall
Explores what plural marriages reveal about the inner workings of marriage and describes the controversies surrounding it.
Elements of ∞-Category Theory
Co-authored by Emily Riehl
Develops the theory of ∞-categories from first principles in a model-independent fashion.
The Critique of Nonviolence: Martin Luther King, Jr., and Philosophy
By Mark Christian Thompson
Reveals the depth of King’s political-theological critique of police violence as the illegitimate appropriation of the racialized state of exception.