September 2021

Freedomville by Laura T. Murphy “A must-read for anyone wanting to understand modern slavery, the fragility of ideas of freedom, the place of violence in bringing about progressive change, and modern India.” —Alpa Shah, professor of anthropology, London School of Economics, and author of Nightmarch

Upcoming Event

FREEDOMVILLE: Laura T. Murphy at Octavia Books

FREEDOMVILLE: Laura T. Murphy at Octavia Books

Friday, September 17, 2021
6:00pm — 7:00pm CT

Octavia Books

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Upcoming Event

FREEDOMVILLE: A Conversation with Laura T. Murphy at The Commonwealth Club

FREEDOMVILLE: A Conversation with Laura T. Murphy at The Commonwealth Club

Thursday, September 23, 2021
10:00am — 11:00am PT

virtual event

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Coming October 2021

In the Camps by Darren Byler “A book full of harrowing revelations of systematic injustice in China and the disturbing involvement of its foreign enablers.” —Kirkus

May 2021

The Politics of Our Time by John B. Judis “Mr. Judis writes, as usual, with clarity and wit, and his knowledge of modern politics in Europe and North America is vast. As in his volume on populism, also collected here, he makes a strong economic case for the nationalist impulse.” —The Wall Street Journal

April 2021

Reading Our Minds by Daniel Barron “Psychiatry needs innovation. Daniel Barron takes us through the possibilities of this brave new world where technology, often cited as the problem, can become part of the solution for our mental health. With clarity and clinical relevance, he shows us that the future of psychiatry may be already in our hands (or our pockets).” —Tom Insel, former director, National Institute of Mental Health