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GlobalistsThe End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism Quinn Slobodian A Guardian “Best Summer Books 2018, as Picked by Writers” Selection “Decisively establishes

[neoliberalism] as a coherent project, tracing it back to the political and intellectual synergies of the 1920s.”—Literary Review £25.95

Nemesis Alcibiades and the Fall of Athens David Stuttard “A lively, fast-paced and eminently readable attempt to bring the insolent young monster back to life.” —Literary Review £21.95

A Cold Welcome The Little Ice Age and Europe’s Encounter with North America Sam White “White offers fascinating scientific asides”. —London Review of Books

£21.95

Pious Fashion How Muslim Women Dress Elizabeth Bucar “[Bucar] comes across as warm, engaging and funny. The women she studies trust her and she has an eye for minute details: the book is packed with them, and this is where Bucar comes into her own.” —Literary Review £21.95

Bring the War Home The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America Kathleen Belew A Times Literary Supplement Summer Reading Choice 2018 £21.95

The People vs. Democracy Why Our Freedom Is in Danger and How to Save It Yascha Mounk A Financial Times Summer books of 2018: Politics Selection £21.95

Changing the Subject Philosophy from Socrates to Adorno Raymond Geuss “A bracing and approachable book.” —Times Literary Supplement £21.95

Hearing Things The Work of Sound in Literature Angela Leighton A Guardian “Best Summer Books 2018, as Picked by Writers” Selection “Terrific ... illuminates a great deal about the sound effects of poetry that cannot be disentangled from its page-sense.” —Andrew Motion, The Guardian Belknap Press | £25.95

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