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New Books for Fall 2019

cover of book MoonbitNot only has the King Arthur Café reopened for fall term, but fall term brings a new batch of books to the display of New Books by Dartmouth Authors.  Don’t miss it!  Take a look at the books on display, and reach out to the authors to let them know what you think of their book.  In addition, please mark your calendars for the Fall 2019 book talk, on November 7, 2019, at 4:30 PM, featuring Rena Mosteirin and Jed Dobson, authors of Moonbit.  Part poetry, part essay, Moonbit delves into the computer code that made space travel possible.

List of Fall 2019 books (and authors):

A Hetero-functional Graph Theory for Modeling Interdependent Smart City Infrastructure.  Wester C.H. Schoonenberg (Ph.D. Thayer), Inas S. Khayal (TDI), and Amro M. Farid (Thayer)

Not Working: Where Have All the Good Jobs Gone?  David G. Blanchflower (Economics)

Hammer and Anvil: Nomad Rulers at the Forge of the Modern World.  Pamela Crossley (History; Asian Societies, Cultures, and Languages)

Rediscovering U.S. Newsfilm: Cinema, Television, and the Archive.  Mark Williams (Film & Media Studies)

Moonbit. Rena Mosteirin (MALS) and Jed Dobson (Institute for Writing and Rhetoric, MALS) -- also available open access

War and Chance: Assessing Uncertainty in International Politics.  Jeffrey Friedman (Government)

Quatro cavaleiros no Brasil.  Camila Feltrin ’20, Jordan McGriff ’20, Libby Decker ’20, Shawn Kim ’20, Carlos Minchillo; Jarely López ’19  (Spanish & Portuguese)

Postcolonial Hauntologies: African Women’s Discourses of the Female Body.  Ayo Coly (Comparative Literature; African and African-American Studies)

Divine currency: The Theological Power of Money in the West.  Devin Singh (Religion)

Devotions and Desires: Histories of Sexuality and Religion in Twentieth-Century United States.  Bethany Moreton (History)

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