Home > New Book Tuesday New Book Tuesday! A Light in Dark Times, Sacred Cesium Ground and Isa’s Deluge, The Experience of Injustice, and More! Our weekly list of new releases is now available. A Light in Dark TimesThe New School for Social Research and Its University in ExileJudith Friedlander Sacred Cesium Ground and Isa’s DelugeTwo Novellas of Japan’s 3/11 DisasterKimura Yūsuke. Translated by Doug Slaymaker The Experience of InjusticeA Theory of RecognitionEmmanuel Renault. Translated by Richard A. Lynch Morphing IntelligenceFrom IQ Measurement to Artificial BrainsCatherine Malabou. Translated by Carolyn Shread International Policy Rules and InequalityImplications for Global Economic GovernanceEdited by José Antonio Ocampo New in Paper! Carceral FantasiesCinema and Prison in Early Twentieth-Century AmericaAlison Griffiths New From ibidem Press Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society3:2 (2017)Edited by Julie Fedor, Samuel Greene, Andre Härtel, Andrey Makarychev, and Andreas Umland Ukraine after MaidanRevisiting Domestic and Regional SecurityEdited by George Soroka and Tomasz Stepniewski Multilingual Construction of IdentityGerman-Turkish Adolescents at SchoolIsil Erduyan Categories:New Book Tuesday Tags:A Light in Dark TimesAlison GriffithsAndre HärtelAndreas UmlandAndrey MakarychevCarceral FantasiesCarolyn ShreadCatherine MalabouDoug SlaymakerEmmanuel RenaultGeorge SorokaInternational Policy Rules and InequalityIsil ErduyanJosé Antonio OcampoJournal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and SocietyJudith FriedlanderJulie FedorKimura YūsukeMorphing IntelligenceMultilingual Construction of IdentityNew ReleasesSacred Cesium Ground and Isa's DelugeSamuel GreeneThe Experience of InjusticeTomasz StepniewskiUkraine after Maidan Related Posts Book Giveaway / Translation / Women in Translation Book Giveaway! Women in Translation Month 2020 New Book Tuesday New Book Tuesday: Eating Ethically, Fracking Debate, Merchant’s Tale, and More! New Book Tuesday New Book Tuesday: Social Acceleration, Donna Haraway, Shivers, and More American History / New York City Media Roundup: Books About New York City History Authored by Women, or Includes Essays by Women Art and Architecture / Literary Studies / Philosophy Columbia University Press Authors at dOCUMENTA 13 New Book Tuesday New Book Tuesday! American Immanence, From Selma to Moscow, The Auschwitz Concentration Camp and More! New Book Tuesday New Book Tuesday! At Home in the World, Ethics Challenges in Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology Practice, and More! Literary Studies / Philosophy / Translation / Women in Translation Women in Translation Month 2020! A Celebration of Philosophy and Literature Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Prev Post A Decade of Columbia Business School Publishing Next Post Book Giveaway! Columbia Business School Publishing!