Jesse A. Lambertson

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Race After Technology: Abolitionist Tools for the New Jim Code

Fascinating reading from start to finish. Benjamin’s work is ideal for anyone who is unafraid to look at the historical intersections of racial injustice, technology, and where these topics inform possible solutions for the future.

Speech Police: The Global Struggle To Govern the Internet

Insightful for readers who have tracked the history of expression on the Internet and who enjoy connecting that history to law and culture.


The Crime of Aggression: The Quest for Justice in an Age of Drones, Cyberattacks, Insurgents, and Autocrats

Informative and well written, this work is ideal for those who enjoy exploring the intersection of politics, sociocultural history, and war

Industry of Anonymity: Inside the Business of Cybercrime

Lushaus's solid journalistic account of global cybercrime in 2018 is best suited for readers who appreciate a matter-of-fact style in their crime histories.

Censored: A Literary History of Subversion & Control

This book employs a thematic literary approach—balancing polemic and sheer learning—that will appeal to readers of the classics as they revel in the exploration of all life's aspects.

A World Without "Whom": The Essential Guide to Language in the BuzzFeed Age

A smart and amusing work that will appeal to those who enjoy the fun point of contact between language's inherent ambiguity and its cultural and technological biases.

Kahlil Gibran: Beyond Borders

Recommended for readers who have a soft spot for granular, upbeat literary narratives of writers.

TED Talks: The Official TED Guide to Public Speaking

For readers who appreciate TED's mantra of "ideas worth spreading" and those who are inspired to improve their own performances, no matter their line of work.

Track Changes: A Literary History of Word Processing

For readers interested in the history of the production of writing as well as those who appreciate the finer tech-related facts that have fallen out of popular memory.

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