David Vogel *74
(Princeton University Press) Vogel examines the shift in the politics of consumer and environmental risk regulation in the United States and Europe over the past several decades. He analyzes risks such as ozone depletion, beef and milk...
Nathan Brown *87
(Cornell University Press) In this work, Brown examines the role that Islamist political movements are playing in the electoral process in Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, and Palestine. He argues that while elections have become freer in these countries, they also...
Harold Langsam ’83 *94
(MIT Press) In this book, Langsam examines the phenomenon of consciousness, arguing that the intelligibility of consciousness is what makes it so interesting to the public and philosophers alike. He relies on empirical facts to reveal the physical nature of...
Brian Kernighan *69
(Posted on Dec. 7, 2011)