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Period Period: The Real Story of Menstruation Kate Clancy

A bold and revolutionary perspective on the science and cultural history of menstruation

Code Work Code Work: Hacking across the US/México Techno-Borderlands Héctor Beltrán

How Mexican and Latinx hackers apply concepts from coding to their lived experiences

Making a Mindful Nation Making a Mindful Nation: Mental Health and Governance in the Twenty-First Century Joanna Cook

How mindfulness came to be regarded as a psychological support, an ethical practice and a component of public policy

American Afterlives American Afterlives: Reinventing Death in the Twenty-First Century Shannon Lee Dawdy

A mesmerizing trip across America to investigate the changing face of death in contemporary life

What a Mushroom Lives For What a Mushroom Lives For: Matsutake and the Worlds They Make Michael J. Hathaway

How the prized matsutake mushroom is remaking human communities in China—and providing new ways to understand human and more-than-human worlds

Horizon Work Horizon Work: At the Edges of Knowledge in an Age of Runaway Climate Change Adriana Petryna

A new way of thinking about the climate crisis as an exercise in delimiting knowable, and habitable, worlds

The New Science of the Enchanted Universe The New Science of the Enchanted Universe: An Anthropology of Most of Humanity Marshall Sahlins

One of the world’s preeminent cultural anthropologists leaves a last work that fundamentally reconfigures how we study most other cultures

The Human Evolutionary Transition The Human Evolutionary Transition: From Animal Intelligence to Culture Magnus Enquist, Stefano Ghirlanda, and Johan Lind

A major new theory of why human intelligence has not evolved in other species

Running Out Running Out: In Search of Water on the High Plains Lucas Bessire

Finalist for the National Book Award
An intimate reckoning with aquifer depletion in America's heartland