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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


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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