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...
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....
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...
Brian Kernighan *69
(CreateSpace) In a user-friendly guide to computers, Kernighan makes computing understandable to non-programmers. Based on his popular Princeton class, Computers in Our World,...
(Posted on Dec. 7, 2011)