May/June/July 2019 New Books
Business and AIM
- Reinventing business models : how firms cope with disruption / Henk Volberda, Frans van den Bosch, Kevin Heij.
- The Brazil reader : history, culture, politics / edited by James N. Green, Victoria Langland, Lilia Moritz Schwarcz.
- Litigating across the color line : civil cases between black and white southerners from the end of slavery to civil rights / Melissa Milewski.
- Midnight in Chernobyl : the untold story of the world’s greatest nuclear disaster / Adam Higginbotham.
- Nation branding in modern history / edited by Carolin Viktorin, Jessica C.E. Gienow-Hecht, Annika Estner, Marcel K. Will.
- Out of the ashes : an oral history of provisional Irish Republican movement (Social movements vs terrorism) / Robert W. White.
- Separate : the story of Plessy v. Ferguson, and America’s journey from slavery to segregation / Steve Luxenberg.
- The war before the war : fugitive slaves and the struggle for America’s soul from the Revolution to the Civil War / Andrew Delbanco.
Language and Literature
- Well-read black girl : finding our stories, discovering ourselves : an anthology / edited by Glory Edim.
- The world-ending fire : the essential Wendell Berry / selected and with an introduction by Paul Kingsnorth.
Math and Natural Sciences
- Close encounters with humankind : a paleoanthropologist investigates our evolving species / Sang-Hee Lee with Shin-Young Yoon.
- Guide to the geology & natural history of the Blue Ridge Mountains / Edgar W. Spencer ; designed and edited by Shawn Spencer.
- North on the wing : travels with the songbird migration of spring / Bruce M. Beehler ; illustrations by John T. Anderton.
- Survival guide to organic chemistry : bridging the gap from general chemistry / Patrick E. McMahon, Bohdan B. Khomtchouk, Claes Wahlestedt.
Religion and Philosophy
- Jah kingdom : Rastafarians, Tanzania, and pan-Africanism in the age of decolonization / Monique A. Bedasse.
- A savage order : how the world’s deadliest countries can forge a path to security / Rachel Kleinfeld.
- Can we all be feminists? : new writing from Brit Bennett, Nicole Dennis-Benn, and 15 others on intersectionality, identity, and the way forward for feminism / edited by June Eric-Udorie.
- How to be less stupid about race : on racism, White supremacy, and the racial divide / Crystal M. Fleming.
- The lies that bind : rethinking identity, creed, country, color, class, culture / Kwame Anthony Appiah.
- To face down Dixie : South Carolina’s war on the Supreme Court in the age of civil rights / James O. Heath.
- Why parties matter : political competition and democracy in the American South / John H. Aldrich, John D. Griffin.
- Killing commendatore / Haruki Murakami ; translated from the Japanese by Philip Gabriel and Ted Goossen.