In Virtual Competition: The Promise and Perils of the Algorithm-Driven Economy, Ariel Ezrachi and Maurice Stucke invite us to take a harder look at today’s app-assisted paradise of digital shopping.
In Regeneration through Empire: French Pronatalists and Colonial Settlement in the Third Republic, 1870-1940, Margaret Andersen explores the intersection between colonial lobbyists and pronatalists in France’s Third Republic.
In My Soul Is in Haiti, Bertin Louis analyzes why Protestantism has appealed to the Haitian diaspora community in the Bahamas.
In the collection Unmasking the African Dictator: Essays on Postcolonial African Literature, Gĩchingiri Ndĩgĩrĩgĩ summarizes twelve articles from scholars exploring fictional and dramatic representations of tyrannical regimes in Africa.
In his monograph Environmental Ethics for the Long Term, Philosophy Professor John Nolt considers both contemporary issues and the extent of humanity’s responsibility for distant future life.
In her book Serving the Nation: Cherokee Sovereignty and Social Welfare, 1800-1907, History Professor Julie Reed enhances our understanding of social welfare policy and services in the Cherokee Nation.