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Selected New Books at Marx Library (January 2022)

Red Roulette

"THE BOOK CHINA DOESN'T WANT YOU TO READ."--CNN​ A riveting insider's story of how the Party and big money work in China today, by a man who, with his wife, Whitney Duan, rose to the zenith of power and wealth--and then fell out of favor. She was disappeared four years ago. News of this book led to a phone call from Whitney, proof that she's alive. As Desmond Shum was growing up impoverished in China, he vowed his life would be different. Through hard work and sheer tenacity he earned an American college degree and returned to his native country to establish himself in business. There, he met his future wife, the highly intelligent and equally ambitious Whitney Duan who was determined to make her mark within China's male-dominated society. Whitney and Desmond formed an effective team and, aided by relationships they formed with top members of China's Communist Party, the so-called red aristocracy, he vaulted into China's billionaire class. Soon they were developing the massive air cargo facility at Beijing International Airport, and they followed that feat with the creation of one of Beijing's premier hotels. They were dazzlingly successful, traveling in private jets, funding multi-million-dollar buildings and endowments, and purchasing expensive homes, vehicles, and art. But in 2017, their fates diverged irrevocably when Desmond, while residing overseas with his son, learned that his now ex-wife Whitney had vanished along with three coworkers. This is both Desmond's story and Whitney's, because she has not been able to tell it herself.

Social Preferences

Michalis Drouvelis introduces students to one of the key areas of behavioural economics ¬- social preferences. He explains in clear, untechnical language how experimental research in this area has provided economists with much greater understanding of economic behaviour. Each chapter examines how a particular group of experiments have been used by behavioural economists to shed light on the processes of economic decision making. These include bargaining games, trust games and public good games. The significance of determinants such as punishment, sanctioning, emotion, cooperation, reciprocity, leadership, framing and cross-cultural differences are also explained and students will gain the understanding needed to replicate the experiments themselves.

The Monocle Book of Entrepreneurs

At a time of unprecedentedchange in the way we work,the editors of Monocle are hereto help us envision, create,and make a success of a newbusiness or reboot anexisting one. As we face a world that is undergoing unparalleled change, no area is more dynamic than business. To help us understand, navigate, and succeed in this new world, the team at Monocle brings together its unique knowledge of culture, politics, economics, and business. Featuring stories of people running enterprises on every scale, the inspirational tales in this book provide readers with insights into the challenges and joys of creativity and entrepreneurship. These unmatched case studies reveal, among many success stories, how leaders choose branding, hire teams, and design workspaces for today's needs. Whether you are planning to make a life change, start a new business, or reinvigorate an existing one, The Monocle Book of Entrepreneurs is a resource for anyone who wants to make a difference in their work and life.

The Making of Land and the Making of India

What is land and how is it made? In this path-breaking study of sites in western, eastern, and southern India, Nikita Sud argues that land is not simply the solid surface of the earth. It is best understood as a materially and conceptually dynamic realm, intimately tied to the social. As such,land transitions across porous registers of territory, property, authority, the sacred, history and memory, and contested access and exclusion. While states, markets, and politics in post-liberalization India try to make land suitable for 'growth' and 'development', the relationship between the soiland institutions is never straightforward. A state attempting to order a layered topography is frequently stretched into shadowy domains of informality and unsanctioned practices. A market may be advanced, but remains precariously embedded in sociality. Politics could challenge the land-making ofthe state and markets. It may also effect compromises. Attempts at constructing a durable landed order thus reveal our own (dis)orders. In attempting to 'make' the land, Sud's intriguing study shows how the land simultaneously 'makes' us.


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Topics in Mathematical Biology

This book analyzes the impact of quiescent phases on biological models. Quiescence arises, for example, when moving individuals stop moving, hunting predators take a rest, infected individuals are isolated, or cells enter the quiescent compartment of the cell cycle. In the first chapter of Topics in Mathematical Biology general principles about coupled and quiescent systems are derived, including results on shrinking periodic orbits and stabilization of oscillations via quiescence. In subsequent chapters classical biological models are presented in detail and challenged by the introduction of quiescence. These models include delay equations, demographic models, age structured models, Lotka-Volterra systems, replicator systems, genetic models, game theory, Nash equilibria, evolutionary stable strategies, ecological models, epidemiological models, random walks and reaction-diffusion models. In each case we find new and interesting results such as stability of fixed points and/or periodic orbits, excitability of steady states, epidemic outbreaks, survival of the fittest, and speeds of invading fronts.  The textbook is intended for graduate students and researchers in mathematical biology who have a solid background in linear algebra, differential equations and dynamical systems. Readers can find gems of unexpected beauty within these pages, and those who knew K.P. (as he was often called) well will likely feel his presence and hear him speaking to them as they read.

Selected New Books at Marx Library (December 2021)

The $16 Taco

Having "discovered" the flavors of barbacoa, bibimbap, bánh mi, sambusas, and pupusas, white middle-class eaters are increasingly venturing into historically segregated neighborhoods in search of "authentic" eateries run by--and for--immigrants and people of color. This interest in "ethnic" food and places, fueled by media attention and capitalized on by developers, contributes to gentrification, and the very people who produced these vibrant foodscapes are increasingly excluded from them. Drawing on extensive fieldwork, geographer Pascale Joassart-Marcelli traces the transformation of three urban San Diego neighborhoods whose foodscapes are shifting from serving the needs of longtime minoritized residents who face limited food access to pleasing the tastes of wealthier and whiter newcomers. The $16 Taco illustrates how food can both emplace and displace immigrants, shedding light on the larger process of gentrification and the emotional, cultural, economic, and physical displacement it produces. It also highlights the contested food geographies of immigrants and people of color by documenting their contributions to the cultural food economy and everyday struggles to reclaim ethnic foodscapes and lead flourishing and hunger-free lives. Joassart-Marcelli offers valuable lessons for cities where food-related development projects transform neighborhoods at the expense of the communities they claim to celebrate.

The Science and Art of Interviewing

Qualitative interviewing is among the most widely used methods in the social sciences, but it is arguably the least understood. In The Science and Art of Interviewing, Kathleen Gerson and Sarah Damaske offer clear, theoretically informed and empirically rich strategies for conducting interviewstudies. They present both a rationale and guide to the science - and art - of in-depth interviewing to take readers through all the steps in the research process, from the initial stage of formulating a question to the final one of presenting the results. Gerson and Damaske show readers how todevelop a research design for interviewing, decide on and find an appropriate sample, construct a questionnaire, conduct probing interviews, and analyze the data they collect. At each stage, they also provide practical tips about how to address the ever-present, but rarely discussed challenges thatqualitative researchers routinely encounter, particularly emphasizing the relationship between conducting well-crafted research and building powerful social theories. With an engaging, accessible style, The Science and Art of Interviewing targets a wide range of audiences, from upper-levelundergraduates and graduate methods courses to students embarking on their dissertations to seasoned researchers at all stages of their careers.

Winners and Losers

The aim of this short book is to understand which countries do well on key indicators and why. After a short philosophical and historical survey of the literature to put the book into context, the Better-Place Index is developed. This is subsequently tested against a number of policy variables, such as levels of taxation, immigration, and democratic institutions, and other measures. The book provides statistical evidence that these factors are correlated with higher scores on the Better Place Index.

Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

The U.S. is home to some of the largest corporations on the planet. American entrepreneurs spawned massive companies such as Facebook, Google, Apple, Amazon, and Oracle. Founders of these companies became very wealthy. Government entities and consumers benefited from the unmarketable products entrepreneurial visionaries developed. Entrepreneurship and Economic Development: The People and their Environment provides in-depth case studies of contemporary entrepreneurs that are building the future. The author argues that the famous billionaire entrepreneurs of today such as Gates, Bezos, Zuckerberg, Bloomberg, Page, Brin, Ellison and others possessed individual drive and talent. However, it is also argued that talent may not be enough. Talent withers or thrives in its social, cultural, political and legal environment. The environment of the U.S. and its entrepreneurial "ecosystem" has been conducive to innovators and entrepreneurs of the past such as Benjamin Franklin, Levi Strauss, Henry Ford, and Andrew Carnegie and Thomas Edison. This book explores how both talent and context influence entrepreneurial development.

Financialisation in the Automotive Industry

"Where presidents or members of affluent families were previously seen, it is increasingly the case that car manufacturers are owned by banks and investment funds which have taken control of the entire economic life of these firms. This has significant impact on the terms of employment and layoffs, wages and precarious work, growing inequalities in income strata, compensation levels for executives, and the implementation of short-termist strategies across business operations. This book explores this increasing financialization - the predominance of the financial sector over the productive sector - in the automotive industry. In particular it is shown that the financial operations of these companies through leasing, insurance, loans, and other financial instruments is now much more profitable than the manufacturing aspects of the business, which was originally the raison dêtre for these firms. The chapters demonstrate how there are great demands to increase the return to shareholders as a main concern, despite other metrics and/or other stakeholders. The work studies the impact of financialization at the worlds five largest automakers which together represent almost 50% of car production, providing an exploratory analysis of profitability, shareholder composition, compensation to executives, workers salaries, dividend payments to shareholders, and employment. Encouraging debate on contemporary economy, this book marks a significant addition to the literature on financialization, contemporary forms of capitalism, labour and economic sociology more broadly. Marcelo José do Carmo has a PhD in Production Engineering at the Federal University of São Carlos, São Paulo, Brazil. Mário Sacomano Neto is an Associated Professor of Organizational Theory at Federal University of Sao Carlos, UFSCar, Brazil. Julio Cesar Donadone is currently Full Professor at the Federal University of São Carlos, Brazil, and coordinator of the Center of Studies on Economic Sociology and Finance NESEFI -UFSCar"--

Growing Good

Anger and hopelessness can overwhelm communities. So what can everyday people do to actually grow some good in their own hometown? Growing Good: A Beginner's Guide to Cultivating Caring Communities shows how ordinary people have transformed themselves into volunteers and activists. Centered mostly in the Midwest, this collection of essays brings together the stories of normal people who have rolled up their sleeves to make their community a better place by serving nonprofits such as Gleaner Food Bank in Indianapolis, Indiana; Migration and Refugee Services in Louisville, Kentucky; and Patchwork Central in Evansville, Indiana, along with national organizations like CASA. For instance, a teacher and his student started a native plant garden to help local insects thrive in a disused corner of their school property. A woman saw a billboard and was moved to become a voice for children in need. A professional photographer offered his services to people experiencing homelessness in order to help others witness their humanity. Editor Bill Hemminger also writes of his own extensive experience with community gardening to feed hungry neighbors. Filled with simple actions, clear steps, and useful lists, including how to care for and nurture your own inner peace and creativity, Growing Good will help readers of all ages plant seeds of hope and cultivate communities where everyone thrives.

The Purpose Gap

In The Purpose Gap, Patrick Reyes reflects on a family member's death after a long struggle with incarceration and homelessness. As he asks himself why his cousin's life had turned out so differently from his own, he realizes that it was a matter of conditions. While they both grew up in the same marginalized Chicano community in central California, Patrick found himself surrounded by a host of family, friends, and supporters. They created a different narrative for him than the one the rest of the world had succeeded in imposing on his cousin. In short, they created the conditions in which Patrick could not only survive but thrive. Far too much of the literature on leadership tells the story of heroic individuals creating their success by their own efforts. Such stories fail to recognize the structural obstacles to thriving faced by those in marginalized communities. If young people in these communities are to grow up to lives of purpose, others must help create the conditions to make that happen. Pastors, organizational leaders, educators, family, and friends must all perceive their calling to create new stories and new conditions of thriving for those most marginalized. This book offers both inspiration and practical guidance for how to do that. It offers advice on creating safe space for failure, nurturing networks that support young people of color, and professional guidance for how to implement these strategies in one's congregation, school, or community organization.

The End of Bias: a Beginning

The End of Bias is a transformative, groundbreaking exploration into how we can eradicate unintentional bias and discrimination, the great challenge of our age. Unconscious bias: persistent, unintentional prejudiced behavior that clashes with our consciously held beliefs. We know that it exists, to corrosive and even lethal effect. We see it in medicine, the workplace, education, policing, and beyond. But when it comes to uprooting our prejudices, we still have far to go. With nuance, compassion, and ten years' immersion in the topic, Jessica Nordell weaves gripping stories with scientific research to reveal how minds, hearts, and behaviors change. She scrutinizes diversity training, deployed across the land as a corrective but with inconsistent results. She explores what works and why: the diagnostic checklist used by doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital that eliminated disparate treatment of men and women; the preschool in Sweden where teachers found ingeniousways to uproot gender stereotyping; the police unit in Oregon where the practice of mindfulness and specialized training has coincided with a startling drop in the use of force. Captivating, direct, and transformative,The End of Bias: A Beginning brings good news. Biased behavior can change; the approaches outlined here show how we can begin to remake ourselves and our world. Includes illustrated charts

War No More

In the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, nonviolent movements for justice have succeeded where violent campaigns have failed. This book examines fourteen cases-eleven movements that succeeded and three that have, until now, failed-and shows why nonviolent strategies work, drawing on the thought of practitioners and theorists. Later chapters examine violent U.S. interventions abroad and at home, as well as citizen movements for nonviolent conflict resolution. As an introduction to nonviolent movements, this text engages students in recent events from the news as well as the history of modern warfare. Bringing in philosophical and religious texts from a diverse set of traditions, author Michael K. Duffey offers a multifaceted argument for embracing nonviolent solutions to conflict.

New Books at Marx in the Past Week Jan. 7, 2022

All roads lead north : Nepa's turn to China / Amish Raj Mulmi. 
Mulmi, Amish Raj, 
Chennai : Context, an imprint of Westland Publications Private Limited, 2021. 
DS494.8.C6 M85 2021 (LC)

Red roulette : an insider's story of wealth, power, corruption and vengeance in today's China / Desmond Shum. , First Scribner hardcover edition. 
Shum, Desmond, 
New York : Scribner, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, Inc, 2021. 
MARX Library
DS779.49.S495 A3 2021 (LC)

Atlas of the invisible : maps & graphics that will change how you see the world / James Cheshire, Oliver Uberti. , First American edition. 
Cheshire, James, 
New York, NY : W. W. Norton & Company, 2021. 
G1046.E1 C4 2021 (LC)

We're all climate hypocrites now : how embracing our limitations can unlock the power of a movement / Sami Grover. 
Grover, Sami, 
Gabriola Island, BC : New Society Publishers, 2021. 
MARX Library
GE195.7 .G76 2021 (LC)

Teaching social studies to multilingual learners in middle school : connecting inquiry and visual literacy to promote progressive learning / Xiaoning Chen and Mark Newman. 
Chen, Xiaoning, 1974- 
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2022] 
MARX Library
H62.5.U5 C54 2022 (LC)

Macroeconomics / David G. Tuerck. , Third edition. 
Tuerck, David G., 
New York, NY : Business Expert Press, LLC, 2021. 
HB172.5 .T83 2021 (LC)

Entrepreneurship, institutional framework and support mechanisms in the EU / edited by Nikolaos Apostolopoulos, Konstantinos Chalvatzis and Panagiotis Liargovas. , First edition. 
Bingley : Emerald Publishing, 2021. 
MARX Library
HB615 .E68 2021 (LC)

Masters of scale : surprising truths from the world's most successful entrepreneurs / Reid Hoffman ; with June Cohen and Deron Triff. , First edition. 
Hoffman, Reid, 
New York : Currency, an imprint of Random House, a division of Penguin Random House LLC, [2021] 
HB615 .H6248 2021 (LC)

Artificial intelligence and machine learning in business management : concepts, challenges, and case studies / edited by Sandeep Kumar Panda, Vaibhav Mishra, R. Balamurali, Ahmed A. Elngar. , First edition. 
Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2022. 
MARX Library
HD30.2 .A775 2022 (LC)

Handbook of management communication / edited by Fraṅois Cooren and Peter St|cheli-Herlach. 
Boston ; Berlin : De Gruyter Mouton, [2021] 
MARX Library
HD30.3 .H36 2021 (LC)
Do we have to work? : a primer for the 21st century / Matthew Taylor. 
Taylor, Matthew, 1960- 
London : Thames & Hudson, 2021. 
MARX Library
HD4904 .T399 2021 (LC)

Work, society, and the ethical self : chimeras of freedom in the neoliberal era / edited by Chris Hann. 
New York : Berghahn, 2021. 
MARX Library
HD4905 .W666 2021 (LC)

Make bosses pay : why we need unions / Eve Livingston. 
Livingston, Eve, 
London : Pluto Press, 2021. 
HD6483 .L58 2021 (LC)

Space business : from hotels in orbit to mining the moon : how private enterprise is transforming space / Andrew May. 
May, Andrew (Andrew James), 
London : Icon Books, 2021. 
MARX Library
HD9711.75.A2 M39 2021 (LC)

From sweatshop to fashion shop : Korean immigrant entrepreneurship in the Argentine garment industry / Jihye Kim. 
Kim, Jihye, 1979- 
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2021] 
MARX Library
HD9940.A72 K56 2021 (LC)

R.E.D. marketing : the three ingredients of leading brands / Greg Creed & Ken Muench. 
Creed, Greg, 
[Nashville, Tenn.] : HarperCollins Leadership, an imprint of HarperCollins, [2021] 
MARX Library
HF5415.13 .C734 2021 (LC)

Passion killers : the art of passion killing in the age of stress and anxiety / by Phillip Walden Bowen. 
Bowen, Phillip Walden, 
Wilmington, Delaware : Vernon Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
HF5548.8 .B69 2021 (LC)

Examining and exploring the shifting nature of occupational stress and well-being / edited by Peter D. Harms, Pamela L. Perrewé, and Chu-Hsiang (Daisy) Chang. , First edition. 
Bingley, UK : Emerald Publishing, 2021. 
MARX Library
HF5548.85 .E93 2021 (LC)

Hipster culture : transnational and intersectional perspectives / edited by Heike Steinhoff. 
New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, 2021. 
MARX Library
HM647 .H55 2021 (LC)
Global issues in business and organization studies / edited by Erhan Aydin and Mushfiqur Rahman. 
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021. 
MARX Library
HM711 .G56 2021 (LC)

Unintended consequences of technology : solutions, breakthroughs, and the restart we need / Chris Ategeka. 
Ategeka, Chris, 
Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, Inc., [2022] 
MARX Library
HM846 .A79 2022 (LC)

Sweet spot : the pleasures of suffering and the search for meaning / Paul Bloom. , First edition. 
Bloom, Paul, 1963- 
New York, NY : Ecco, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2021] 
MARX Library
HM1033 .B56 2021 (LC)

Power of strangers : the benefits of connecting in a suspicious world / Joe Keohane. , First edition. 
Keohane, Joe, 
New York : Random House, [2021] 
HM1106 .K465 2021 (LC)

Social psychology of gender : how power and intimacy shape gender relations / Laurie A. Rudman, Peter Glick. , Second Edition. 
Rudman, Laurie A., 
New York, NY : The Guilford Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
HM1106 .R83 2021 (LC)

Right across the world : the global networking of the Far Right and the Left response / John Feffer. 
Feffer, John, 
London : Pluto Press, 2021. 
MARX Library
HN49.R33 F44 2021 (LC)

Representing the contemporary North American family : family portraits / edited by Sophie Chapuis and Marie Moreau. 
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021. 
MARX Library
HQ533 .R47 2021 (LC)

Data dating : love, technology, desire / edited by Ania Malinowska and Valentina Peri. , New Edition. 
Bristol : Intellect Books, 2021. 
MARX Library
HQ801.82 .D38 2021 (LC)

When divorces fail : disillusionment, destructivity, and high-conflict divorce / Arthur Leonoff. 
Leonoff, Arthur, 1947- 
Lanham : Rowman & Littlefield, [2021] 
MARX Library
HQ814 .L46 2021 (LC)

Survival of the city : living and thriving in an age of isolation / Edward Glaeser and David Cutler. 
Glaeser, Edward L. (Edward Ludwig), 1967- 
New York : Penguin Press, 2021. 
HT123 .G563 2021 (LC)
Illicit money : financing terrorism in the twenty-first century / Jessica Davis. 
Davis, Jessica, 1980- 
Boulder, Colorado : Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc., [2021] 
MARX Library
HV6431 .D295 2021 (LC)

Making a killing : states, banks, and terrorism / Ian Michael Oxnevad. 
Oxnevad, Ian M., 
Montreal ; Kingston ; London ; Chicago : McGill-Queen's University Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
HV6768 .O96 2021 (LC)

Leo Strauss on democracy, technology, and liberal education / Timothy W. Burns. 
Burns, Timothy, 1958- 
Albany : State University of New York Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
JC251.S8 B87 2021 (LC)

Amidst the debris : humanitarianism and the end of liberal order / Juliano Fiori, Fernando Espada, Andrea Rigon, Bertrand Taithe and Rafia Zakaria (editors). 
London : Hurst & Company, 2021. 
MARX Library
JC574 .A437 2021 (LC)

Apocalypse and the end of history : modern jihad and the crisis of liberalism / Suzanne Schneider. , First edition hardback. 
Schneider, Suzanne, 1983- 
London ; New York : Verso, 2021. 
MARX Library
JC574 .S356 2021 (LC)

Tensions between culture and human rights : emancipatory social work and Afrocentricity in a global world / edited by Vishanthie Sewpaul, Linda Kreitzer, and Tanusha Raniga. 
Calgary, Alberta : University of Calgary Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
JC599.A35 T46 2021 (LC)

Statelessness, governance, and the problem of citizenship / edited by Tendayi Bloom and Lindsey N. Kingston. 
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2021. 
MARX Library
JF801 .S736 2021 (LC)

EU and crisis response / edited by Roger Mac Ginty, Sandra Pogodda, and Oliver P. Richmond. 
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2021. 
MARX Library
JN30 .E8144 2021 (LC)

Rebuilding European democracy : resistance and renewal in an illiberal age / Richard Youngs. 
Youngs, Richard, 1968- 
London : I.B. Tauris, 2022. 
MARX Library
JN40 .Y68 2022 (LC)

Odyssey for democracy : embracing the vision of hope and change in Bosnia and Herzegovina / by Clark Curtis ; edited by Amanda Loeffert. 
Curtis, Clark, 
Charlotte : J. Murrey Atkins Library at UNC Charlotte, [2021] 
MARX Library
JN2203.A95 C87 2021 (LC)
Language of political incorporation : Chinese migrants in Europe / Amy H. Liu. 
Liu, Amy H., 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania : Temple University Press, 2021. 
MARX Library
JV6477 .L58 2021 (LC)

Proscribing peace : how listing armed groups as terrorists hurts negotiations / Sophie Haspeslagh. 
Haspeslagh, Sophie, 
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2021. 
MARX Library
JZ6368 .H38 2021 (LC)

Capitalising on constraint : bailout politics in eurozone countries / Catheine Moury, Stella Ladi, Daniel Cardoso, and Angie Gago. 
Moury, Catherine, 
Manchester : Manchester University Press, 2021. 
MARX Library
KJE2188 .M68 2021 (LC)

Algorithms for convex optimization / Nisheeth K. Vishnoi. 
Vishnoi, Nisheeth K., 1976- 
Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2021. 
MARX Library

On tyranny : twenty lessons from the twentieth century / Timothy Snyder ; illustrated by Nora Krug. , First graphic edition. 
Snyder, Timothy, 
California : Ten Speed Press, [2021] 
MARX Library

Imperiled reef : the fascinating, fragile life of a Caribbean wonder / Sandy Sheehy. 
Sheehy, Sandy, 
Gainesville, FL : University of Florida Press, [2021] 
QH541.5.C7 S544 2021 (LC)

Tigers are our brothers : anthropology of wildlife conservation in Northeast India / Ambika Aiyadurai. 
Aiyadurai, Ambika, 
New Delhi, India : Oxford University Press, 2021. 
MARX Library
QL85 .A39 2021 (LC)
Our oldest companions : the story of the first dogs / Pat Shipman. 
Shipman, Pat, 1949- 
Cambridge, Massachusetts : The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2021. 
QL737.C22 S5375 2021 (LC)

United States Navy and Marine Corps readiness : hearing before the Subcommittee on Seapower and Subcommittee on Readiness and Management Support of the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, One Hundred Fifteenth Congress, second session, Dece
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Seapower, 
Washington : U.S. Government Publishing Office, 2021. 
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New Books at Marx in the Past Week Dec. 17, 2021

Armadura del rey / Ana Pardo de Vera, Albert Calatrava, Eider Hurtado. , Primera edici�n en este formato, Segunda reimpresi�n. 
Pardo de Vera, Ana, 1974- 
Barcelona : Rocaeditorial, abril de 2021. 
DP272.4.J8 P36 2021 (LC)

Making of land and the making of India / Nikita Sud. , First edition. 
Sud, Nikita, 1978- 
New Delhi : Oxford University Press, 2021. 
HD875 .S83 2021 (LC)

Concentration and power in the food system : who controls what we eat? / Philip H. Howard. , Revised edition. 
Howard, Philip H., 1971- 
London ; New York : Bloomsbury Academic, 2021. 
MARX Library
HD9005 .H69 2021 (LC)

Listening to people : a practical guide to interviewing, participant observation, data analysis, and writing it all up / Annette Lareau. 
Lareau, Annette, 
Chicago ; London : The University of Chicago Press, 2021. 
HM517 .L37 2021 (LC)

¿Quién hablará en europeo? : el desafío de construir una unión política sin lengua común / Arman Basurto, Marta Domínguez Jiménez. , Primera edición. 
Basurto, Arman, 
Madrid Clave Intelectual 2021. 
P115.5.E85 B378 2021 (LC)

Routledge international handbook of mad studies / edited by Peter Beresford and Jasna Russo. 
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022. 
RC456 .R66 2022 (LC)

New Books at Marx in the Past Week Dec.10, 2021

Red, white, and black : rescuing American history from revisionists and race hustlers / Robert L. Woodson Sr., editor. 
[New York?] : Emancipation Books, [2021] 
E185 .R43 2021 (LC)

Who really makes environmental policy? : creating and implementing environmental rules and regulations / edited by Sara R. Rinfret. 
Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2021. 
MARX Library
GE180 .W47 2021 (LC)

Evaluating and valuing in social research / Thomas A. Schwandt, Emily F. Gates. 
Schwandt, Thomas A., 
New York : The Guilford Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
H62 .S357 2021 (LC)

Social preferences : an introduction to behavioural economics and experimental research / Michalis Drouvelis. 
Drouvelis, Michalis, 
Newcastle upon Tyne : Agenda Publishing, 2021. 
MARX Library
HB74.P8 D76 2021 (LC)

Monocle book of entrepreneurs : how to run your own business and find a better quality of life / Tyler Brûlé, Andrew Tuck, Joe Pickard. 
Brûlé, Tyler, 
London : Thames and Hudson, 2021. 
HB615 .B78 2021 (LC)

Shutdown : how COVID shook the world's economy / Adam Tooze. 
Tooze, Adam, 1967- 
[New York, New York] : Viking, [2021] 
HB3722 .T655 2021 (LC)
We never expected that : a comparative study of failures in national and business intelligence / Avner Barnea. 
Barnea, Avner, 
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2021] 
MARX Library
HD38.7 .B3675 2021 (LC)

Rethinking value chains : tackling the challenges of global capitalism / edited by Florence Palpacuer and Alistair Smith. 
Bristol, UK : Policy Press, an imprint of Bristol University Press, 2021. 
MARX Library
HF1359 .R479 2021 (LC)

Global logistics : new directions in supply chain management / edited by Edward Sweeney and Donald Waters. , 8th edition. 
London ; New York, NY : Kogan Page, 2021. 
MARX Library
HF5415.6 .G55 2021 (LC)

Icarus : the life and death of the Abraaj group / Brain Brivati. 
Brivati, Brian, 
London : Biteback Publishing, 2021. 
MARX Library
HG172.A2 B75 2021 (LC)

Cryptocurrencies : money, trust and regulation / Oonagh McDonald. 
McDonald, Oonagh, 
Newcastle upon Tyne : Agenda Publishing, 2021. 
MARX Library
HG221 .M33 2021 (LC)

Global perspectives on motherhood, mothering and masculinities / edited by Tólá Olú Pearce and Andréa Moraes. 
Bradford, Ontario : Demeter Press, [2021] 
HQ759 .G56 2021 (LC)

Politics, money, and persuasion : democracy and opinion in Plato's Republic / John Russon. 
Russon, John, 1960- 
Bloomington, Indiana : Indiana University Press, [2021] 
JC71 .R87 2021 (LC)
Learning policy, doing policy : interactions between public policy theory, practice and teaching / edited by Trish Mercer, Russell Ayres, Brian Head and John Wanna. 
Acton, ACT : ANU Press, 2021. 
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JF1525.P6 L42 2021 (LC)

Introduction to modern cryptography / Jonathan Katz, Yehuda Lindell. , Third edition. 
Katz, Jonathan, 1974- 
Boca Raton, Florida : Chapman & Hall / CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2021] 
QA76.9.A25 K36 2021 (LC)

1H NMR handbook of natural products. Volume 6, Steroids, tropolones, cerebrosides, marine natural products, amino acids, and sugars / Hailin Qin, Dequan Yu. 
Qin, Hailin (Biochemist), 
Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter ; [Beijing?] : Chemistry Industry Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
QD257.7 .Q36 2021 (LC)

�H NMR handbook of natural products. Volume 4, Monoterpenoids and sesquiterpenoids / Hailin Qin, Dequan Yu. 
Qin, Hailin (Biochemist), 
Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter ; [Beijing, China?] : Chemistry Industry Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
QD416.7 .Q36 2021 (LC)

1H NMR handbook of natural products. Volume 1, Alkaloids / Hailin Qin, Dequan Yu. 
Qin, Hailin (Biochemist), 
Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter ; [Beijing?] : Chemistry Industry Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
QD421.7 .Q36 2021 (LC)

Super volcanoes : what they reveal about Earth and the worlds beyond / Robin George Andrews. , First edition. 
Andrews, Robin George, 
New York, NY : W.W. Norton & Company, [2022] 
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QE522 .A56 2022 (LC)
Mosquitopia : the place of pests in a healthy world / edited by Marcus Hall and Dan Tamïr. 
Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2022. 
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QL536 .M696 2022 (LC)

Tiger beetles of the southeastern United States : a field guide / Giff Beaton, R. Stephen Krotzer & Brian D. Holt. 
Beaton, Giff, 1959- 
Tuscaloosa : The University of Alabama Press, [2021] 
MARX Library
QL596.C56 B43 2021 (LC)

�H NMR handbook of natural products. Volume 5, Diterpenoids, triterpenoids, sesterterpenoids, tetraterpenoids, and carotenoids / Hailin Qin, Dequan Yu. 
Qin, Hailin (Biochemist), 
Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter ; [Beijing, China?] : Chemistry Industry Press, [2021] 
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QP752.T47 Q362 2021 (LC)

To end a plague : America's fight to defeat AIDS in Africa / Emily Bass. , First edition. 
Bass, Emily, 
New York : PublicAffairs, 2021. 
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RA643.83 .B37 2021 (LC)


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