OUT OF THE CAVE: A NATURAL PHILOSOPHY OF MIND AND KNOWING
by Mark L. Johnson and Don M. Tucker
The MIT Press, August 17, 2021
From a philosopher and a neuropsychologist, a radical rethinking of certain traditional views about human cognition and behavior.
TRUSTWORTHY: HOW THE SMARTEST BRANDS BEAT CYNICISM AND BRIDGE THE TRUST GAP
by Margot Bloomstein
Page Two Books, March 2, 2021
To regain the trust of consumers and citizens, marketers talk about empathy and authenticity. But how do you get beyond those buzzwords?
THE CONSTITUTION AND AMERICAN RACISM: SETTING A COURSE FOR LASTING INJUSTICE
by David P. Madden
McFarland Press, November 30, 2020
Pernicious flaws in the Constitution, included to legalize profiting from human bondage, perpetuate systemic racism, economic inequality and the subversion of democracy.
THE SOUL’S TWINS: EMANCIPATE YOUR FEMININE AND MASCULINE ARCHETYPES
by Jean Raffa
Red Feather MBS (Schiffer Books), November 17, 2020
Drawing on Jungian psychology and wisdom traditions from world religions, Dr. Raffa offers a self-guided journey to heightened self-awareness and compassion for oneself and others
The Sudden Loss Survival Guide: 7 Essential Practices to Heal Grief
by Chelsea Hanson
Mango, May 19, 2020
Delivers the essential answers and tools needed to survive, cope, and heal from the devastating impact of sudden loss. Includes heart-lifting prompts and action steps that guide you towards reengaging in life and discovering deeper meaning.
Queen of the Mountaineers: The Trailblazing Life of Fanny Bullock Workman
by Cathryn J. Prince
Chicago Review Press, May 7, 2019
Fanny Bullock Workman navigated the male-dominated world of alpine clubs and adventure societies as nimbly as she navigated the deep crevasses and icy granite walls of the Himalayas, breaking boundaries and charting frontiers for women everywhere.
Binge Eating Disorder: The Journey to Recovery and Beyond
Amy Pershing and Chevese Turner
Routledge, August 10, 2018
Illuminates the experience of BED from the patient perspective while also exploring the disorder's etiological roots and addressing the components of treatment that are necessary for long-term recovery.
Romancing the Sperm: Shifting Biopolitics and the Making of Modern Families
Rutgers University Press, November 30, 2018
Explores the intersections between sperm donation and the broader context in which “modern families” are created and regulated. A captivating read for anyone interested in how ever-expanding assisted reproductive technologies continue to redefine what it means to be human.
MARCEL’S LETTERS: THE MOVING STORY OF A FONT AND ONE MAN’S FATE
Skyhorse Publishing, June 2017
by Carolyn Porter
A graphic designer’s search for inspiration leads to a cache of letters and the mystery of one man’s fate during World War II.
CHASING PORTRAITS: A GREAT-GRANDDAUGHTER’S QUEST FOR HER LOST ART LEGACY
September 6, 2016
by Elizabeth Rynecki
The memoir of one woman’s emotional quest to find the art of her Polish great-grandfather, lost during World War II.