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Lateness and Longing On the Afterlife of Photography George Baker
The Chieftain and the Chair The Rise of Danish Design in Postwar America Maggie Taft
James Joyce and the Irish Revolution The Easter Rising as Modern Event Luke Gibbons
The Philosopher of Palo Alto Mark Weiser, Xerox PARC, and the Original Internet of Things John Tinnell
Nietzsche and Race Marc de Launay, Sylvia Gorelick
Democracy for Busy People Kevin J. Elliott
The Apple II Age How the Computer Became Personal Laine Nooney
Country and Midwestern Chicago in the History of Country Music and the Folk Revival Mark Guarino, Robbie Fulks
Metaracial Hegel, Antiblackness, and Political Identity Rei Terada
The Ends of Freedom Reclaiming America's Lost Promise of Economic Rights Mark Paul
Reactionary Mathematics A Genealogy of Purity Massimo Mazzotti
How to Think like a Philosopher Twelve Key Principles for More Humane, Balanced, and Rational Thinking Julian Baggini
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