Book by Eleana Kim, UCI anthropology professor, explores how nature has flourished where human diplomacy has failed


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New book by UCI sociologist Edwin Amenta analyzes more than a century of digitized news to highlight how journalists reported on hundreds of causes, and the consequences of their coverage


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New book by Sara Wallace Goodman, UCI political science professor, examines role, consequences of politics in America's pandemic response


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Book by Jeanett Castellanos, UCI social sciences professor of teaching, presents framework to help students - particularly underrepresented and first-generation undergrads - thrive


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New book by Anita Casavantes Bradford, UCI Chicano/Latino studies and history professor, examines history of U.S. policy toward unaccompanied children from around the globe


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


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


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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


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


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


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


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


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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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Book by UCI sociologist Francesca Polletta explains how we can find our way back from political polarization without having to become friends first


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UCI professor Héctor Tobar pens novel about real-life world traveler and would-be-writer


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