Works by UCI faculty span the social sciences

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From a deep dive into the importance rest plays in our overall health and wellness to an examination of the role politics play in peoples' recognition and response to democratic threats, faculty books published this year span the social sciences.


Long Bui

Model Machine

Book by Long Bui, UCI global and international studies, details stereotypes, representations of Asians and Asian Americans throughout history

Eve Darian-Smith

Global Burning: Rising Antidemocracy and the Climate Crisis

Book by Eve Darian-Smith, global and international studies, examines role of politics, economic decisions in global warming

Sara Mednick

The Power of the Downstate

New book by Sara C. Mednick, UCI cognitive scientist and sleep expert, breaks down upstate and downstate biological rhythms and activities that improve health and well-being

Sara Wallace Goodman

Citizenship in Hard Times

Book by Sara Wallace Goodman, UCI political science, examines the role politics play in peoples' recognition, response to democratic threats

Justin Richland

Cooperation Without Submission

Book by UCI anthropologist Justin Richland explores complicated relationship between Native American Tribes and the U.S. government

Greg Hickok

Greg Hickok, Beyond Mirror Neurons (Podcast)

Greg Hickok, cog sci, New Books in Psychology, Dec. 13, 2021 (Podcast)

David Theo Goldberg

A global scholar

UCI critical race theorist David Theo Goldberg, anthropology and comparative literature Distinguished Professor, pens book about global perspectives on dread

Cailin O'Connor

The Origins of Unfairness

Book by UCI logic and philosophy of science associate professor Cailin O'Connor explores how inequities emerge and why they persist

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