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A Message from the Editor


It is with great pleasure that, on behalf of my colleagues
at Princeton University Press, I introduce the sociology
catalog for 20142015. The books in this catalog
exemplify the quality of scholarship that we prize and
they reflect the interdisciplinary approach that we take
to publishing. This is an exciting time for the field of
sociology at the Press.
This years diverse catalog features six works that deserve
special notice. Mikoaj Jan Piskorskis A Social Strategy
offers a novel theory of why social media works and why
it is here to stay. In The Social Life of Money, Nigel Dodd
theorizes the past, present, and future of money as digital
currencies proliferate. With There Goes the Gayborhood?,
Amin Ghaziani gives us a sobering understanding of the
social significance of gay neighborhoods. The Heros Fight
is Patricia Fernndez-Kellys heartfelt exploration of the
effects of deindustrialization in West Baltimore, Maryland,
and The Art of Social Theory is Richard Swedbergs
practical guide to how to generate social theories. Finally,
for the first time ever in paperback, Paul E. Williss classic
work of cultural studies, Profane Culture, takes readers
into the worlds of the motor-bike boys and hippies of
1960s England.
But there are many other authors and subjects inside that
are not to be missed, including Martin Ruef on economic
change after the Civil War, John L. Campbell and Ove K.
Pedersen on knowledge regimes, Emily Erikson on the
English East India Company, Adam D. Reich on hospital
care, Christopher Bail on anti-Muslim fringe groups,
Richard E. Ocejo on downtown New York nightlife, and
Lydia Bean on Christian evangelicals.We look forward to
continuing to share this intellectually engaging journey
with you. Thank you for your support.
Eric I. Schwartz, Ph.D.
Senior Editor, Sociology & Cognitive Science

Cover illustration by Ben Wiseman. Design by Isometric Studio.

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A Social Strategy

The Social Life of Money

There Goes the


Gayborhood?

How We Profit from


Social Media
Mikoaj Jan Piskorski
Piskorski accessed Silicon Valleys
storied social media firms and has
returned with the keys to the kingdom for understanding what makes
social web strategies the real killer
app behind social media. Anyone
who wants to enhance the user
experience must read this book.
Brian Uzzi, Kellogg School of
Management, Northwestern
University
Almost no one had heard of
social media a decade ago, but
today websites such as Facebook,
Twitter, and LinkedIn have more
than 1 billion users and account
for almost 25 percent of Internet
use. Practically overnight, social
media seems indispensable to our
livesfrom friendship and dating
to news and business.
What makes social media so
different from traditional media?
Answering that question is the
key to making social media work
for any business, argues Mikoaj
Piskorski, one of the worlds
leading experts on the business of
social media. In A Social Strategy,
he provides the most convincing
answer yet, one backed by original
research, data, and case studies
from companies such as Nike and
American Express.

Nigel Dodd
As Bitcoin and other digital
currencies revolutionize the
twenty-first-century financial
world, we urgently need a guide
for understanding how money
works. With brilliant insight and
sparkling examples, Nigel Dodds
The Social Life of Money deciphers
past, present, and future moneys.
Bold and inspiring, the book will
instruct social scientists and also
captivate general readers.
Viviana A. Zelizer, author of The
Social Meaning of Money
Questions about the nature
of money have gained a new
urgency in the aftermath of the
global financial crisis. Even as
many people have less of it, there
are more forms and systems of
money, from local currencies and
social lending to mobile money
and Bitcoin. Yet our understanding of what money isand what
it might behasnt kept pace.
In The Social Life of Money, Nigel
Dodd, one of todays leading sociologists of money, reformulates
the theory of the subject for a
postcrisis world in which new
kinds of money are proliferating.
October 2014. 448 pages. 1 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-14142-8
$35.00 | 24.95

Amin Ghaziani
What happens to cities when gay
life moves out of the closet and
into the streets? In this important
book, Amin Ghaziani examines
the cultural politics and political
economy of the gayborhood,
charting its emergence as a safe
space in a hostile environment
and its evolving role in the
gentrifying metropolis. There Goes
the Gayborhood? is original, timely,
and provocative. Its destined to
spark a heated debate.
Eric Klinenberg, author of Going
Solo and Heat Wave
Gay neighborhoods, like the
legendary Castro District in
San Francisco and New Yorks
Greenwich Village, have long provided sexual minorities with safe
havens in an often unsafe world.
But as our society increasingly
accepts gays and lesbians into the
mainstream, are gayborhoods
destined to disappear? Amin
Ghaziani provides an incisive look
at the origins of these unique
cultural enclaves, the reasons why
they are changing today, and their
prospects for the future.
Princeton Studies in Cultural Sociology
2014. 360 pages. 5 halftones. 2 line illus.
15 tables. 6 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-15879-2
$35.00 | 24.95

2014. 288 pages. 13 line illus. 9 tables.


Cl: 978-0-691-15339-1
$29.95 | 19.95

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The Heros Fight

African Americans in West


Baltimore and the Shadow
of the State
Patricia Fernndez-Kelly
The Heros Fight examines the
lives of a web of interconnected
residents in inner-city Baltimore
with a rare combination of care,
concern, and critical reflection.
This powerful and important book
challenges us to reconsider the
most basic tenets of how a welfare
state should and could help the
most vulnerable members of our
society.
Harel Shapira, author of Waiting
for Jos: The Minutemens Pursuit of
America
Baltimore was once a vibrant
manufacturing town, but today,
with factory closings and steady
job loss since the 1970s, it is home
to some of the most impoverished
neighborhoods in America. The
Heros Fight provides an intimate
look at the effects of deindustrialization on the lives of Baltimores
urban poor, and sheds critical light
on the unintended consequences
of welfare policy on our most
vulnerable communities.
February 2015. 440 pages. 10 line illus. 2 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-16284-3
$35.00 | 24.95

Forthcoming Paperback
With a new preface by the
author

Profane Culture
Paul E. Willis
A forgotten treasure trove that
needs to be recovered.
Mats Trondman, Anna Lund,
and Stefan Lund, European Journal
of Cultural Studies
Profane Culture remains a powerful emblem of both ethnographic
and cultural-sociological research
that continues to be cited
today. It has gained even greater
relevance from the passing of
timeits coupled studies can
now be viewed as quintessential
reconstructions of mid-twentiethcentury subcultures that are now
long past. They did indeed capture
the spirit of their age, and we can
recover the sense of that spirit
by rereading this book. But the
principal contribution of Profane
Culture is contemporary, not
historical. The two studies show
how ethnography can contribute
to the exploration of macro-level
cultural structures.
Jeffrey C. Alexander, Yale
University
September 2014. 304 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-16369-7
$24.95 | 16.95

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The Art of Social Theory


Richard Swedberg
This is a book about how to go
about theorizing in the social
sciences. It speaks to graduate
students preparing for a dissertation and, perhaps more, to their
mentors. It is a perfect textbook
for a graduate seminar, and offers
a stimulating challenge to any
social scientist who is curious
about how his or her own art
of theorizing compares with
Swedbergs. Ive been a theoretical
social scientist for more than half a
century, and I was captivated.
Thomas C. Schelling, winner of
the Nobel Prize in economics
In the social sciences today,
students are taught theory by
reading and analyzing the works
of Karl Marx, Max Weber, and
other foundational figures of the
discipline. What they rarely learn,
however, is how to actually theorize. The Art of Social Theory is a
practical guide to doing just that.
Concise and accessible, The Art
of Social Theory features helpful
examples throughout, and also
provides practical exercises that
enable readers to learn through
doing.
2014. 288 pages. 1 line illus. 1 table.
Cl: 978-0-691-15522-7
$29.95 | 19.95

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Between Slavery and


Capitalism

The National Origins of


Policy Ideas

Between Monopoly and


Free Trade

The Legacy of Emancipation in


the American South
Martin Ruef
Ruef has written a marvelously
clear and compelling account of
the profound transformation of
the Souths economy after the Civil
War, explaining how former slaves
and former slaveholders and other
whites navigated the uncertain
terrain left after the abolition of
slavery. This is a model for how
to triangulate among multiple
historical sourcesgovernment
censuses, credit ratings, archives
on Southern plantations, and
interviews with former slaves.
Heather A. Haveman, University
of California, Berkeley
At the center of the upheavals
brought by emancipation in the
American South was the economic and social transition from
slavery to modern capitalism. In
Between Slavery and Capitalism,
Martin Ruef examines how this
institutional change affected individuals, organizations, and communities in the late nineteenth
century, as blacks and whites alike
learned to navigate the shoals
between two different economic
worlds.

Knowledge Regimes in
the United States, France,
Germany, and Denmark
John L. Campbell &
Ove K. Pedersen

This pathbreaking book challenges how we think about contemporary politics by illuminating
the role of knowledge regimes
in determining the quality and
diversity of policy alternatives
on offer. Campbell and Pedersen
draw a surprisingand troublingpicture of how policy ideas
are hatched and why they vary
so greatly across countries. This
innovative and lucid book sets a
clear agenda for future research.
Frank Dobbin, author of Inventing Equal Opportunity
2014. 424 pages. 2 line illus. 2 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-16116-7
$29.95 | 19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15031-4
$85.00 | 59.00

The English East India


Company, 16001757
Emily Erikson

Eriksons extraordinary book


is, on the one hand, a major
contribution to the study of the
development of the British East
India Company and its role in
the formation of capitalism and
British Eastern imperial expansion,
and on the other, an exemplary
and essential work in historical
and analytic sociology. Its rigorous, multilevel analysis topples
conventional explanations of the
relation between British imperialism and capitalism. The book also
brilliantly demonstrates the full
potential of network analysis.
Orlando Patterson, Harvard
University
Princeton Analytical Sociology Series
2014. 272 pages. 12 line illus. 8 tables. 1 map.
Cl: 978-0-691-15906-5
$39.95 | 27.95

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Selling Our Souls

The Commodification of Hospital Care in the United States


Adam D. Reich

September 2014. 304 pages. 30 line illus.


27 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-16277-5
$35.00 | 24.95

Analytically sophisticated and deeply humane,


Adam Reichs Selling Our Souls takes us inside
three worlds of hospital care. No one has done
a better job showing how differences in institutions affect the moral life of American medicine
today. This is a book that needed to be written
and demands to be read.
Paul Starr, Pulitzer Prizewinning author of
The Social Transformation of American Medicine
2014. 248 pages. 11 line illus. 1 table.
Cl: 978-0-691-16040-5
$39.50 | 27.95

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Terrified

How Anti-Muslim Fringe Organizations Became Mainstream


Christopher Bail
In this important and groundbreaking book, Bail uses a rich combination of data to map the efforts of civil society organizations to shape the
popular understanding of Islam in the wake of September 11. Empirically
rich and theoretically compelling, Terrified will find a large and receptive
audience among those interested in September 11, Islam, and the
dynamics of cultural change.
Doug McAdam, Stanford University

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January 2015. 232 pages. 8 line illus. 4 tables. 3 maps.


Cl: 978-0-691-15942-3
$35.00 | 24.95

Honorable Mention, 2013 PROSE Award in


Sociology and Social Work, Association of
American Publishers

Forthcoming

The New York Nobody


Knows

Upscaling Downtown

From Bowery Saloons to Cocktail Bars in New York City


Richard E. Ocejo
From the artist cabarets of Montmartre and the
juke joints of Harlem to the speakeasies of Chicago, the urban demimonde has long been integral
to city identity. In todays city, nightlife plays an
even more elevated role in places like New Yorks
downtown, where once blighted districts are now
thriving nocturnal playgrounds. Ocejos thorough
and thoroughly engaging work shines a light on
the city after dark. It is the best book yet to examine the serious business of urban frivolity.
Richard Lloyd, author of Neo-Bohemia: Art and Commerce in the
Postindustrial City

Walking 6,000 Miles in the City


William B. Helmreich
Helmreichs original and incredible book shows what every
nook and cranny of this city
looks like from the inside. . . . It
is a monumental and inspiring
achievement.
Mitchell Duneier, author of
Sidewalk
2013. 480 pages. 30 halftones. 6 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-14405-4
$29.95 | 19.95

September 2014. 272 pages. 9 halftones. 8 line illus. 1 map.


Cl: 978-0-691-15516-6
$39.50 | 27.95

Forthcoming

The Politics of Evangelical Identity

Local Churches and Partisan Divides in the United States


and Canada
Lydia Bean
The Politics of Evangelical Identity is a very
important book, a truly original and deeply
insightful exploration of why Americas white
evangelical Christians allied with the political
Right to a degree that evangelicals in other
countries have not. Writing with flair, respect,
and understanding, Bean shows how American
evangelicals have woven political conservatism
into the fabric of everyday religious life.
E. J. Dionne, Jr., author of Souled Out
September 2014. 336 pages. 2 tables. 1 map.
Cl: 978-0-691-16130-3
$35.00 | 24.95

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Come Out Swinging

The Changing World of Boxing


in Gleasons Gym
Lucia Trimbur
This book is a gem. Incisive,
deeply principled, and acutely
observed, it yields nothing to the
idea that Gleasons Gym should be
seen as an exotic place.
Paul Gilroy, author of The Black
Atlantic
2013. 224 pages. 5 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-15029-1
$27.95 | 19.95

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culture & urban life

Forthcoming
With a foreword by
Richard Florida

Atlas of Cities
Edited by Paul Knox
The Atlas of Cities is a major
contribution to our understanding
of the place of cities in todays
world. This is a new type of map. It
does what words alone cannot do;
it makes visible the thick patterns
that are cutting across old divides.
Saskia Sassen, Columbia
University
September 2014. 256 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-15781-8
$49.50 | 34.95

Co-Winner of the 2014 Robert E. Park


Award, Community and Urban Sociology
Section, American Sociological Association
Winner of the 2013 Paul Davidoff Award,
Association of Collegiate Schools of
Planning

Climbing Mount Laurel

The Struggle for Affordable


Housing and Social Mobility in
an American Suburb
Douglas S. Massey, Len
Albright, Rebecca Casciano,
Elizabeth Derickson &
David N. Kinsey

Winner of a 2013 Southwest Book Award,


Border Regional Library Association

Waiting for Jos

The Minutemens Pursuit of


America
Harel Shapira
This fascinating study is an honest, nuanced, and intimate look at
not so much a movement but the
people who make it happen.
Library Journal
2013. 208 pages. 10 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-15215-8
$27.95 | 19.95

A significant contribution to
urban community studies and the
literature on social policy related to
housing in the metropolitan U.S.
Choice
2013. 288 pages. 5 halftones. 34 line illus.
28 tables. 1 map.
Cl: 978-0-691-15729-0
$35.00 | 24.95

New Paperback
Winner of the 2012 PROSE Award,
Sociology and Social Work, Association
of American Publishers
One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2013

Keys to the City

How Economics, Institutions,


Social Interaction, and Politics
Shape Development
Michael Storper
This engaging book will play a
major role in moving theoretical
discussions forward into new territory and will find a wide audience
in economic geography and fields
engaged in urban policy.
Susan Christopherson, Cornell
University
2013. 288 pages. 15 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-14311-8
$39.95 | 27.95

With a new preface by the


author
One of Choices 20102011 Significant
University Press Titles for Undergraduates

Winning

Reflections on an American
Obsession
Francesco Duina
Duinas excellent new perspective
on chasing the American dream
offers much to reflect on.
Choice
2013. 248 pages. 9 line illus. 3 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-15964-5
$24.95 | 16.95

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Against Security

How We Go Wrong at Airports,


Subways, and Other Sites of
Ambiguous Danger
Harvey Molotch
A humane, well-researched examination of privacy and security
issues.
Kirkus Reviews
2014. 288 pages. 16 halftones. 1 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-16358-1
$19.95 | 13.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15581-4
$35.00 | 24.95

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The Moral Background

Becoming Right

The Son Also Rises

This major, innovative study of


what American businessmen
were urged to do, be, and believe
between the 1850s and 1930s reveals differing underlying assumptions that shaped how business
was viewed, and how it viewed
itself. It brings a new depth and
subtlety to the emerging field of
the sociology of morality.
Steven Lukes, author of Moral
Relativism

Trenchant . . . Becoming Right offers


a thick description of the state of
college conservatism and explains
the factors that shape the studentand, it follows, the citizen.
Elbert Ventura, New Republic

The Son Also Rises is a remarkable


challenge to conventional wisdom
about social mobility.
Ian Morris, author of Why the
West Rulesfor Now

2014. 416 pages. 14 line illus.


Cl: 978-0-691-15944-7
$39.50 | 27.95

Making Volunteers

Winner of the 2011 Ludwik Fleck Prize,


Society for the Social Studies of Science
Co-Winner of the 2011 Distinguished
Scholarly Publication Award, American
Sociological Association
Winner of the 2010 Mary Douglas Prize,
Sociology of Culture Section, American
Sociological Association
Honorable Mention, 2010 Robert K.
Merton Book Award, Science, Knowledge,
and Technology Section, American
Sociological Association
Honorable Mention, 2010 Barrington
Moore Award, Comparative and Historical
Sociology Section, American Sociological
Association
One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2009

2013. 336 pages.


Pa: 978-0-691-16207-2
Cl: 978-0-691-14709-3

An Inquiry into the History of


Business Ethics
Gabriel Abend

Economists and Societies


Discipline and Profession in
the United States, Britain, and
France, 1890s to 1990s
Marion Fourcade

A masterpiece.
Frank Dobbin, Harvard University
2010. 384 pages. 17 halftones. 6 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-14803-8
$29.95 | 19.95

How Campuses Shape Young


Conservatives
Amy J. Binder & Kate Wood

January 2015. 424 pages. 1 line illus. 13 tables.


Pa: 978-0-691-16366-6
$19.95 | 13.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14537-2
$29.95 | 19.95

Surnames and the History of


Social Mobility
Gregory Clark

The Princeton Economic History of the Western


World
2014. 384 pages. 15 halftones. 111 line illus.
50 tables. 7 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-16254-6
$29.95 | 19.95

Now Available in Paperback


Winner of a 2014 Phi Kappa Phi Faculty
Recognition Award

Civic Life after Welfares End


Nina Eliasoph
$26.95 | 18.95
$46.95 | 32.95

Winner of the 2011 C. Wright Mills Award,


Society for the Study of Social Problems
Honorable Mention, 2012 Distinguished
Book Award, Race, Gender and Class
Section, American Sociological
Association

Privilege

The Making of an Adolescent


Elite at St. Pauls School
Shamus Rahman Khan
[A]n exemplary ethnographic
investigation. . . . [T]his book is
beautifully written and filled with
important insights into processes
of socialization among the elite.
Wendy Leo Moore, American
Journal of Sociology
2012. 248 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15623-1

$18.95 | 12.95

6 princeton studies in cultural sociology

The Emergence of
Organizations and
Markets
John F. Padgett &
Walter W. Powell
The scholarship, analytical focus,
and sheer energy of this work are
nothing short of admirable. It will
change the way historians and
social scientists study large-scale
economic and political transformations.
Jon Elster, Collge de France
and Columbia University
2012. 608 pages. 176 color illus. 46 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-14887-8
$45.00 | 30.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14867-0
$120.00 | 82.50

Shaping Jazz

Economic Lives

Shaping Jazz combines a deep


love for the music, a comprehensive historical understanding
of what happened across two
continents as it developed, and an
inventive use of sociological ideas
and tools, to shape a wonderful
contribution to the story of jazz.
Howard S. Becker, author of Art
Worlds

Economic Lives reveals . . . Zelizers


brilliant craftsmanship in knitting
together innovative narratives
about the ceaseless interplay
between money and social
relations, means and meaning,
objective and subjective, material
and symbolic.
Marion Fourcade, Sociological
Forum

2013. 232 pages. 4 halftones. 24 line illus.


22 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-15088-8
$35.00 | 24.95

2013. 496 pages.


Pa: 978-0-691-15810-5
Cl: 978-0-691-13936-4

Cities, Labels, and the Global


Emergence of an Art Form
Damon J. Phillips

Forthcoming Paperback

How Culture Shapes the


Economy
Viviana A. Zelizer

$24.95 | 16.95
$42.00 | 28.95

Winner of the 2011 Max Weber Book


Award, Organizations, Occupations, and
Work Section, American Sociological
Association

The Entrepreneurial
Group

Social Identities, Relations,


and Collective Action
Martin Ruef
This is a must-read for anyone
who wants to understand how
entrepreneurs build businesses
and why growing an enterprise is
a team sport.
Philip Anderson, INSEAD,
director of the Rudolf and Valeria
Maag International Centre for
Entrepreneurship
The Kauffman Foundation Series on Innovation
and Entrepreneurship
September 2014. 312 pages. 29 line illus.
46 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-16394-9
$24.95 | 16.95
Cl: 978-0-691-13809-1
$42.00 | 28.95

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Complexity and the Art


of Public Policy
Solving Societys Problems
from the Bottom Up
David Colander &
Roland Kupers

Colander and Kupers show how


complexity is relevant to policymaking and present a rich menu
of ideas for governments wanting
to function better.
Peter Ho, Centre for Strategic
Futures, Singapore
2014. 320 pages. 2 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-15209-7
$29.95 | 19.95

Forthcoming Paperback

Codes of Finance

Engineering Derivatives in a
Global Bank
Vincent Antonin Lpinay
This is must reading for economic
sociologists as well as for anyone
interested in the forefront of new
research on organizations and
technology. A wonderful book.
David Stark, author of The Sense
of Dissonance: Accounts of Worth in
Economic Life
January 2015. 304 pages. 25 line illus. 1 table.
Pa: 978-0-691-16395-6
$29.95 | 19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15150-2
$42.00 | 28.95

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One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2012

Banding Together

How Communities Create


Genres in Popular Music
Jennifer C. Lena
2014. 256 pages. 4 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-16338-3
Cl: 978-0-691-15076-5

$24.95 | 16.95
$37.50 | 26.95

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Forthcoming Paperback

New Paperback

New Revised Edition

Winner of the 2014 Joseph J. Spengler Best


Book Prize, History of Economics Society
One of Bloomberg Businessweeks Best
Books of 2013
One of the Guardians Best Books of 2013
One of Financial Times Alphachats Econ
Books of the Year for 2013

Finalist for the 2011 C. Wright Mills Award,


Society for the Study of Social Problems

The Bounds of Reason

Worldly Philosopher
The Odyssey of Albert O.
Hirschman
Jeremy Adelman

Adelman brilliantly and beautifully brings Hirschman to life,


giving us an unforgettable portrait
of one of the twentieth centurys
most extraordinary intellectuals.
Malcolm Gladwell, New Yorker

Dead Ringers

How Outsourcing Is Changing


the Way Indians Understand
Themselves
Shehzad Nadeem
[Nadeem] offers concrete and
important insight into the world
of outsourcing.
Andrew Robinson, Nature
2013. 288 pages. 3 halftones. 3 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-15965-2
$24.95 | 16.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14787-1
$42.00 | 28.95

Game Theory and the


Unification of the
Behavioral Sciences
Herbert Gintis

The Bounds of Reason is Gintiss


most ambitious project to date, one
that draws upon all of his extraordinary originality and learning.
Peter Vanderschraaf, Journal of
Economics and Philosophy
2014. 288 pages. 36 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-16084-9
$29.95 | 19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14052-0
$65.00 | 44.95

November 2014. 760 pages. 39 halftones.


Pa: 978-0-691-16349-9
$24.95 | 16.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15567-8
$39.95 | 27.95

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The Essential Hirschman


Albert O. Hirschman
Edited and with an introduction
by Jeremy Adelman
Afterword by Emma Rothschild
& Amartya Sen
This book glistens with insights,
surprises, and paradoxes.
Cass R. Sunstein, coauthor of
Nudge: Improving Decisions about
Health, Wealth, and Happiness
2013. 408 pages. 2 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-15990-4

New
With a foreword by Amartya
Sen and a new afterword by
Jeremy Adelman

Forthcoming Paperback

The Passions and the


Interests

The Chosen Few

Winner of the 2012 National Jewish Book


Award in Scholarship, Jewish Book Council
One of Jewish Ideas Dailys Best Jewish
Nonfiction Books for 2012

Political Arguments for


Capitalism before Its Triumph
Albert O. Hirschman

How Education Shaped Jewish


History, 701492
Maristella Botticini &
Zvi Eckstein

A fresh and exciting argument of


a fascinating thesis.
Nannerl O. Keohane, Journal of
Interdisciplinary History

This is a trailblazing, original,


illuminating and horizonbroadening book.
Manuel Trajtenberg, Haaretz

Princeton Classics

The Princeton Economic History of the Western


World

2013. 192 pages. 1 halftone.


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8 economics & organizations

November 2014. 344 pages. 4 line illus.


29 tables. 11 maps.
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New

Forthcoming

New

After Civil Rights

Caught

Why Government Fails


So Often

Racial Realism in the New


American Workplace
John D. Skrentny
John Skrentnys new realism
about job discrimination makes a
fundamental contribution to conventional understandings of the
problem. The book will be a key
resource for a new generation.
Bruce Ackerman, Yale University
2014. 416 pages. 2 halftones. 5 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-15996-6
$35.00 | 24.95

The Prison State and the


Lockdown of American Politics
Marie Gottschalk
Caught constitutes a searing
critique of current incarceration
policies and prevailing approaches to prison reform. It is brilliantly
argued, breathtakingly capacious
in its informational reach, and
intellectually bold.
Mary Fainsod Katzenstein,
Cornell University

And How It Can Do Better


Peter H. Schuck

An urgent call for reform, Why


Government Fails So Often is
essential reading for anyone
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2014. 488 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-16162-4

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The Hidden Agenda of


the Political Mind

How Self-Interest Shapes Our


Opinions and Why We Wont
Admit It
Jason Weeden &
Robert Kurzban
Weeden and Kurzban are brilliant
thinkers who provide a broader,
deeper, and occasionally unsettling
new perspective on how our selfinterest influences our choices.
Douglas T. Kenrick, coauthor of
The Rational Animal
November 2014. 288 pages. 2 line illus. 3 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-16111-2
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Forthcoming

Confronting Political
Islam

Six Lessons from the Wests Past


John M. Owen IV
Combining scholarship with
important policy proposals,
Confronting Political Islam successfully puts forth a set of recommendations for U.S. grand strategy
toward Islamism.
Daniel Nexon, Georgetown
University
December 2014. 264 pages. 4 line illus.
6 tables. 1 map.
Cl: 978-0-691-16314-7
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Child Migration and


Human Rights in a
Global Age
Jacqueline Bhabha
This is an important book on
a much neglected subject. . . .
We have reason to be grateful
to Jacqueline Bhabha for bringing this powerfully informed,
clear-headed analysis to a global
problem of extreme urgency.
Amartya Sen, coauthor of An
Uncertain Glory
Human Rights and Crimes against Humanity
2014. 392 pages. 20 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-14360-6
$35.00 | 24.95

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Forthcoming

American Insecurity

Why Our Economic Fears Lead


to Political Inaction
Adam Seth Levine
One of the most important books
in decades.
James N. Druckman, Northwestern University
Scrutinizing the foundations
of political behavior, American
Insecurity offers a new perspective
on collective participation.
February 2015. 248 pages. 22 line illus. 30 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-16296-6
$29.95 | 19.95

Forthcoming

Paradoxes of Liberal
Democracy

Islam, Western Europe, and the


Danish Cartoon Crisis
Paul M. Sniderman, Michael
Bang Petersen, Rune
Slothuus & Rune Stubager
The paradox of liberal democracy
is that, at the height of the Danish
cartoon controversy, the Danes
did not launch a broadside attack
against the civil liberties of their
Muslim minority. . . . This is a splendid work of scholarship.
James L. Gibson, Washington
University in St. Louis

New

In the Interest of Others


Organizations and Social
Activism
John S. Ahlquist &
Margaret Levi

The product of sustained


imagination, this important book
probes the conditions under
which people transcend narrow
economic calculations to opt for
social justice.
Ira Katznelson, author of Fear
Itself: The New Deal and the Origins
of Our Time
2013. 336 pages. 31 line illus. 14 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-15857-0
$29.95 | 19.95
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September 2014. 208 pages. 14 line illus.


29 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-16110-5
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Forthcoming

The Loneliness of the


Black Republican
New Paperback
One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2012

Still a House Divided

Race and Politics in Obamas


America
Desmond S. King &
Rogers M. Smith
Essential reading for scholars of
race, politics and policy.
Mark Sawyer, Ethnic and Racial
Studies
Princeton Studies in American Politics
2014. 392 pages. 5 halftones. 36 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-15962-1
$24.95 | 16.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14263-0
$37.50 | 26.95

Pragmatic Politics and the


Pursuit of Power
Leah Wright Rigueur
Wright Rigueur has produced an
extraordinary political and social
history of the experiences of
African Americans in the modern
Republican Party and her book is
the first to take seriously the role
black elites played in the partys
internecine politics. . . . [T]his book
makes a major contribution to
history, African American studies,
and political science.
Alvin B. Tillery, Jr., Northwestern
University
Politics and Society in Twentieth-Century America
January 2015. 400 pages. 15 halftones. 6 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-15901-0
$35.00 | 24.95

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New

Who Votes Now?

Demographics, Issues,
Inequality, and Turnout in
the United States
Jan E. Leighley &
Jonathan Nagler
Who Votes Now? provides a fresh
and valuable look at questions
basic to the functioning of a
democratic society.
Dan Balz, Washington Post
2013. 232 pages. 44 line illus. 26 tables.
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$28.95 | 19.95
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The Color of Success

Asian Americans and the


Origins of the Model Minority
Ellen D. Wu

Social Trends in
American Life

Findings from the General


Social Survey since 1972
Edited by Peter V. Marsden

The Asian American journey provides a crucial angle of vision for a


nation whose understanding of its
own history tends toward colorblind denials or the white-black
binary. Through this lens, Ellen Wu
has written an important analysis
of mid-twentieth-century struggle
and racial liberalism.
Matthew Jacobson, Yale
University

Social Trends in American Life


provides a comprehensive examination of the dynamics and roots
of some of the most contested
issues in U.S. society. . . . Focusing
on connections and conditions,
this volume offers a nuanced look
at what we have thought, felt, and
done over the last forty years.
Bernice A. Pescosolido, Indiana
University

Politics and Society in Twentieth-Century America

2012. 408 pages. 86 line illus. 66 tables.


Pa: 978-0-691-15590-6
$35.00 | 24.95
Cl: 978-0-691-13331-7
$75.00 | 52.00

2013. 376 pages. 19 halftones.


Cl: 978-0-691-15782-5
$39.50 | 27.95

New Paperback
With a new afterword by the
author

Jane Austen, Game


Theorist

Now Available in Paperback

Credit and Blame


Charles Tilly

[B]lends two very different


subjectsgame theory and
literaturedelightfully.
Siddarth Singh, Mint

With his trademark clarity of exposition and synthesis, [Tilly] lays


bare the simple central mechanisms of social interaction.
Adam Ashforth, author of
Witchcraft, Violence, and Democracy in South Africa

2014. 296 pages. 5 line illus. 9 tables.


Pa: 978-0-691-16244-7
$22.95 | 15.95
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2014. 200 pages. 1 halftone. 3 tables.


Pa: 978-0-691-16464-9
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Michael Suk-Young Chwe

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New Paperback
One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2012

Creating a New Racial


Order

How Immigration,
Multiracialism, Genomics,
and the Young Can Remake
Race in America
Jennifer L. Hochschild, Vesla
M. Weaver & Traci R. Burch
This is a wide-ranging exploration of how America looks, thinks,
and lives in terms of race as we go
into this new millennium.
Henry Louis Gates Jr., Harvard
University
2014. 280 pages. 19 halftones. 14 line illus.
10 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-16093-1
$19.95 | 13.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15299-8
$30.95 | 21.95

A Mathematics Course
for Political and Social
Research
Will H. Moore & David A. Siegel
Moore and Siegel provide an
exceptionally clear exposition
for political scientists with little
formal training in mathematics.
Jan Box-Steffensmeier, Ohio
State University
2013. 456 pages. 57 line illus. 18 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-15917-1
$39.95 | 27.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15995-9
$95.00 | 65.00

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Big Gods

New

How Religion Transformed


Cooperation and Conflict
Ara Norenzayan
Does God make us good? In this
fascinating new book, Ara Norenzayan explores how the invention
of Big Godspowerful and omniscient moralizing deitieshas
transformed the world. Replete
with insights about morality,
cooperation, faith, atheism, and
much more, Big Gods will change
the way we think about human
nature and human society.
Paul Bloom, author of Just
Babies: The Origins of Good and Evil
2013. 264 pages. 10 halftones.
Cl: 978-0-691-15121-2
$29.95 | 19.95

The Modern Spirit of Asia


The Spiritual and the Secular
in China and India
Peter van der Veer

This wonderful book traces the


way interactions with Western
imperial power have shaped
aspects of nationalism in the two
emerging Asian giants, China and
India. Peter van der Veer knows
these two societies intimately,
which is one reason why his
study is so perceptive and so
informative.
Talal Asad, Graduate Center, City
University of New York
2013. 296 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-12815-3
Cl: 978-0-691-12814-6

$24.95 | 16.95
$75.00 | 52.00

Winner of the 2014 Distinguished Book


Award, Sociology of Religion Section,
American Sociological Association
One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2013

Confucianism as a World
Religion
Contested Histories and
Contemporary Realities
Anna Sun

This brilliant new book tells us


how Confucianism became a
world religion, and shows us how
Western and Chinese scholars
responding to thousands of years
of history and the pressures of the
modern worldhave understood
this idea.
Robert N. Bellah, author of
Religion in Human Evolution
2013. 272 pages. 5 line illus. 1 table.
Cl: 978-0-691-15557-9
$35.00 | 24.95

Forthcoming Paperback
Winner of the 2012 Best Book Award, College Theology Society
Winner of the 2013 History Book Award, Catholic Press Association
Winner of the 2013 Paul J. Foik, C.S.C. Award, Texas Catholic Historical Society
One of Choices Outstanding Academic Titles for 2012

Latino Catholicism

Transformation in Americas Largest Church


Timothy Matovina
In this fine work, [Matovina] has succeeded in
mapping out a radically new understanding of
Latino Catholicism. For those concerned with
pastoral work among Latino Catholics, this
thoughtful, comprehensive study will serve as a
point of reference for a long time to come.
Ana Maria Pineda, Theological Studies
November 2014. 328 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-16357-4
$24.95 | 16.95
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$45.00 | 30.95

Now Available in Paperback


Winner of the 2008 Distinguished Book
Award, Society for the Scientific Study of
Religion
Honorable Mention, 2009 Distinguished
Book Award, Sociology of Religion Section,
American Sociological Association

Vatican II

A Sociological Analysis of
Religious Change
Melissa J. Wilde
I find Vatican II to be a pathbreaking work, one that will influence the field of the sociology of
religion for many years to come.
Patricia Wittberg, Church History
2013. 224 pages. 1 line illus. 15 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-16172-3
$19.95 | 13.95
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New Paperback
Finalist, 2013 Christianity and Culture
Book Award, Christianity Today

Honorable Mention, 2011 PROSE Award


for Excellence in Sociology & Social Work,
Association of American Publishers

Red State Religion

Remaking the Heartland

Wuthnow has penned a must


read book for those who would
understandand not just caricaturered state religion and how it
intertwines with politics.
John A. Coleman, America

Robert Wuthnow paints a


compelling portrait of the enduring vitality of this special part of
America and offers a provocative
narrative of how it is changing.
Robert D. Putnam, author of
Bowling Alone and American Grace

Faith and Politics in Americas


Heartland
Robert Wuthnow

Middle America since the 1950s


Robert Wuthnow

2014. 504 pages. 13 line illus.


Pa: 978-0-691-16089-4
$27.95 | 19.95
Cl: 978-0-691-15055-0
$37.50 | 26.95

2013. 376 pages. 23 tables.


Pa: 978-0-691-15802-0
$27.95 | 19.95

New Paperback
With a new introduction by
the author

Now Available in Paperback

The Secular City

Secularization and Urbanization


in Theological Perspective
Harvey Cox
I can think of few books in the
past forty years that so thoroughly broke down so many walls
between and among the sects,
denominations, and churches
that mark the religiously tangled
American scene.
Michael Novak, First Things
2013. 408 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15885-3

Getting Saved in America


Taiwanese Immigration and
Religious Experience
Carolyn Chen

[A]n engaging , insightful, and


well-written book about immigrants
and their religious conversion.
Rebbeca Y. Kim, Journal for the
Scientific Study of Religion
2014. 248 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-16466-3
Cl: 978-0-691-11962-5

$24.95 | 16.95
$49.95 | 34.95

One of Choices Outstanding Academic


Titles for 2013

Small-Town America

Finding Community, Shaping


the Future
Robert Wuthnow
[A] rich tapestry depicting the
pleasures and difficulties of life in
small-town America, the histories
and the promises of these places,
and the hopes and fears of the
people who choose to live there.
Elizabeth Dilley, Christian
Century
2013. 520 pages. 40 line illus. 11 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-15720-7
$35.00 | 24.95

Winner of the 2012 Christianity and


Culture Book Award, Christianity Today

American Religion
Contemporary Trends
Mark Chaves

American Religion promises to


become the book of record for
people interested in religious
trends in American society.
Michael Hout, coauthor of
Century of Difference
2013. 160 pages. 24 line illus. 1 table.
Pa: 978-0-691-15966-9
$17.95 | 12.50
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$23.95 | 16.95

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New

Forthcoming

Forthcoming

Falling Behind?

The Future of the Brain

Do Zombies Dream of
Undead Sheep?

Boom, Bust, and the Global


Race for Scientific Talent
Michael S. Teitelbaum
Teitelbaum presents an insightful
and engaging history of the
events and forces behind the
boom-and-bust cycles experienced by Americas scientific
workforce, while analyzing the
policies and politics behind them
and the connection to contemporary debates over high-skilled
immigration. Falling Behind?
makes it clear there has been
scant evidence to support the
alarming claims of labor shortages
in scientific occupations made
over the past six decades.
Daniel Costa, Economic Policy
Institute
2014. 280 pages. 17 line illus. 7 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-15466-4
$29.95 | 19.95

Essays by the Worlds Leading


Neuroscientists
Edited by Gary Marcus &
Jeremy Freeman
This is a wonderful way to launch
yourself into the exciting world of
twenty-first-century neuroscience,
whether you are a scientist or an
intellectually curious layperson.
The power in this sampler is that
the coverage is not just technical
but conceptual: the essays probe
the ways in which an understanding of the brain will and wont
illuminate the mind, and they do
so with depth and balance rather
than the usual breathless hype.
Steven Pinker, author of How
the Mind Works

A Neuroscientific View of the


Zombie Brain
Timothy Verstynen &
Bradley Voytek
Verstynen and Voytek have written an entertaining and accessible
book that uses the zombie brain
to illustrate some of the key principles of neuroscience. Get your
teeth into it!
Mo Costandi, neuroscience
blogger for the Guardian
October 2014. 272 pages. 16 line illus.
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$19.95 | 13.95

December 2014. 264 pages. 9 color illus.


2 halftones. 18 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-16276-8
$24.95 | 16.95

Forthcoming

Looking Inside the Brain

The Power of Neuroimaging


Denis Le Bihan
Translated by Teresa Lavender Fagan
Written by the inventor of diffusion MRI, Looking Inside the Brain is a well-informed and accessible book that explores the major outcomes
and breakthroughs of brain imaging.
Jean-Pierre Changeux, coauthor of The Good,
the True, and the Beautiful and What Makes Us
Think?
December 2014. 216 pages. 59 color illus.
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Neuro

The New Brain Sciences and


the Management of the Mind
Nikolas Rose &
Joelle M. Abi-Rached
Neuro makes a significant and
original contribution to our
understanding of the impact of
the brain sciences on social and
cultural processes.
Emily Martin, author of Bipolar
Expeditions
2013. 352 pages.
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New

New Paperback

The Alzheimer
Conundrum

Agent_Zero

Winner of the 2013 Sharon Stephens First


Book Prize, American Ethnological Society
One of the Atlantics Best Books of 2013
Honorable Mention, 2013 Gregory Bateson
Prize, Society for Cultural Anthropology

Entanglements of Dementia
and Aging
Margaret Lock
Locks birds-eye view and mix of
diverging sources of information
is refreshing. . . . For its wide scope
and balanced critical evaluation,
The Alzheimer Conundrum is an
inspiring read.
Eus Van Someren, Nature
2013. 328 pages. 12 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-14978-3
$29.95 | 19.95

Toward Neurocognitive
Foundations for Generative
Social Science
Joshua M. Epstein
Agent_Zero offers a solution to
some of social sciences great
puzzles. Its behavioral basis is the
interplay of emotion, cognition,
and network contagion effects. It
elegantly explains why so many
human actions are so manifestly
dysfunctional, and why some are
downright evil.
George A. Akerlof, Nobel Laureate in Economics
Princeton Studies in Complexity

Addiction by Design

Machine Gambling in Las Vegas


Natasha Dow Schll
A stunning portrayal of technology and the inner life. Searing,
sobering, compelling: this is
important, first-rate, accessible
scholarship that should galvanize
public conversation.
Sherry Turkle, Massachusetts
Institute of Technology
2014. 456 pages. 29 halftones.
Pa: 978-0-691-16088-7
$24.95 | 16.95
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$35.00 | 24.95

2013. 272 pages. 113 color illus. 3 tables.


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New Paperback
One of the Financial Times Best Books on
Science for 2011
One of the Boston Globes Best Books on
Science for 2011

Reinventing Discovery
The New Era of Networked
Science
Michael Nielsen

Nielsen believes that mass collaboration is the future of science.


Anthony Doerr, Boston Globe
2014. 272 pages. 6 halftones. 8 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-16019-1
$19.95 | 13.95
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$24.95 | 16.95

New Paperback

Understanding Autism
Parents, Doctors, and the
History of a Disorder
Chloe Silverman

A balanced, sensitive social


history of autism that unflinchingly covers many controversial
byways.
Nature
2013. 352 pages.
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$37.50 | 26.95

Introduction to
Mathematical Sociology
Phillip Bonacich & Philip Lu
A first-rate introduction. . . . This
book brings mathematics to life
for students who may entertain
doubts about the role of math in
sociology.
Peter Abell, professor emeritus,
London School of Economics and
Political Science
2012. 240 pages. 83 line illus. 30 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-14549-5
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Forthcoming

Now Available in Paperback

The History of American


Higher Education

Winner of the 2011 Pierre Bourdieu Book


Award, Sociology of Education Section,
American Sociological Association

Learning and Culture from the


Founding to World War II
Roger L. Geiger
The thoroughness, judiciousness,
and clarity of this book make it
the gold standard on the subject.
Encyclopedic in coverage, The
History of American Higher Education commands more information,
scholarship, and analysis than any
other work of its kind. Geiger is the
acknowledged leader in the field.
James Axtell, author of The Making of Princeton University: From
Woodrow Wilson to the Present
Breathtaking in scope and rich
in narrative detail, The History
of American Higher Education is
the most comprehensive singlevolume history of the origins and
development of American higher
education.
December 2014. 584 pages. 1 table.
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$35.00 | 24.95

No Longer Separate,
Not Yet Equal

Race and Class in Elite College


Admission and Campus Life
Thomas J. Espenshade &
Alexandria Walton Radford
The most important study to
date of race and class in college
admission.
Nicolaus Mills, Guardian
2013. 568 pages. 55 line illus. 81 tables.
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$29.95 | 19.95
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$45.00 | 30.95

Higher Education in
America
Derek Bok
A detailed progress report on
the challenges and opportunities
facing our nations colleges and
universities.
Michael S. Roth, Washington
Post
2013. 496 pages. 5 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-15914-0

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category

Exam Schools

Inside Americas Most


Selective Public High Schools
Chester E. Finn, Jr. &
Jessica A. Hockett
A cogent exploration of the
struggle to balance equity and
excellence in Americas most
academically selective public high
schools.
Kirkus Reviews
2012. 264 pages. 6 line illus. 21 tables. 1 map.
Cl: 978-0-691-15667-5
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Winner of the 2013 O. L. Davis, Jr.


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Winner of the 2013 Gold Medal in
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Education, Association of American
Publishers

With a new preface by the


author

College

What It Was, Is, and Should Be


Andrew Delbanco
Andrew Delbanco offers an eloquent and persuasive argument
for the importance of a liberal arts
education.
Robin Tatu, Prism
2013. 256 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-15829-7

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