The New Crusades

The New Crusades is an intersectional milestone. It lucidly illustrates how converging systems of subordination, power, and violence related to Islamophobia are experienced across the globe.”—Kimberlé Crenshaw, from the foreword 

The first book to examine global Islamophobia from a legal and ground-up perspective, from renowned public intellectual Khaled A. Beydoun.

Think Bigger

In Think Bigger, Sheena Iyengar—an acclaimed author and expert in the science of choice—answers a timeless question with enormous implications for problems of all kinds across the world: “How can I get my best ideas?”

Not What I Meant But Anyway

Not What I Meant But Anyway reveals the methods and processes behind Revital Cohen and Tuur Van Balen’s work and working, prioritizing long and multidimensional research and production over its eventual outcomes.

Alain Badiou – Images of the Present Time

Images of the Present Time presents nearly three years of Alain Badiou’s seminars, held from 2001 to 2004, partly against the backdrop of the war in Iraq.
Featuring some of the philosopher’s most inspiring and approachable work, Images of the Present Time is an important book for all readers interested in the practical as well as conceptual possibilities of Badiou’s thought.

Joan Brown Exhibition at SF MOMA

This rich, colorful retrospective celebrates the offbeat, inspired, and highly original artistic career of San Francisco–born painter Joan Brown.
This exhibition catalog accompanies a retrospective exhibition of prolific San Francisco–born painter Joan Brown (1938–1990), the first significant survey of her work in more than twenty years.