Jim Hahn

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When Islam Is Not a Religion: Inside America’s Fight for Religious Freedom

This book will resonate with those looking for an accessible exploration of public policy with a sprinkling of legal drama. It will be in demand by those seeking to understand the erosion of religious freedom in America.

Are We There Yet? The American Automobile Past, Present, and Driverless

An extremely engaging work of narrative nonfiction for those who enjoy popular historical and technology reads.


Tim Cook: The Genius Who Took Apple to the Next Level

A solid and compelling biography that is recommended for readers who enjoy pop technology titles and business profiles.

No One at the Wheel: Driverless Cars and the Road of the Future

For readers interested in learning more about technology and transportation policy, especially those contemplating the uses, drawbacks, and future possibilities of emerging technology on society writ large.—Jim Hahn, Univ. Lib., Univ. of Illinois, Urbana

Outside Agitator: The Civil Rights Struggle of Cleveland Sellers Jr

Readers of historical biography, especially related to civil rights and social justice, will enjoy this informative work.

Acid West

For lovers of a good postmodern romp through the Old West.

War in 140 Characters: How Social Media Is Reshaping Conflict in the Twenty-First Century

For political science and media studies readers interested in a deep dive on the ways in which social media are being used by state and nonstate actors for disseminating information in the digital era.

Bit Rot: stories + essays

This work will ultimately be of most interest to die-hard Coupland fans. [See Prepub Alert, 10/3/2016.]

Hacked: A Radical Approach to Hacker Culture and Crime

This welcome addition to the canon of hacker studies will particularly engage readers of academic criminology and sociology at the intersections of technology and policy.

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