Grace O'Hanlon

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Foundations of Intellectual Freedom

Knox offers a primer on intellectual freedom for library students and librarians alike, succinctly revealing the complexity of this timely topic.

Suzuki: The Man and His Dream To Teach the Children of the World

A Suzuki biography will surely interest music educators and historians, but Hotta’s book (which encapsulates a century of Japanese history) will also appeal to general audiences seeking a musical lens on history.

The Book of Minds: How To Understand Ourselves and Other Beings, from Animals to AI to Aliens

This extensive tome will be a must-read for those with a keen interest in psychology, philosophy, and cognitive science, and for those who want to embark on a deep dive into the significance of the mind.

Internet for the People: The Fight for Our Digital Future

Tarnoff’s politically infused history and critical analysis of the privatized internet is a useful, brief primer for readers with no prior knowledge on the subject.

The Whole Truth: A Cosmologist’s Reflections on the Search for Objective Reality

Peebles thoroughly outlines the history of cosmological study and connects it to broader issues (such as the relationship between science and society); would be of interest to physics students as a foundational history of the field, or to anyone interested in the history of science.

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