Leila Kawar, the author of Contesting Immigration Policy in Court, explains how the concept of "borderless Europe" is a complicated aspiration that may do little to change immigration policy.

Robert Adelson, the co-editor of The History of the Erard Piano and Harp in Letters and Documents, 1785–1959, describes the unique way that studying the correspondence Sébastien and Jean-Baptiste Erard carried on with customers and suppliers offers insight into the way they worked.

Raphael Cohen-Almagor, the author of Confronting the Internet's Dark Side, explains his motivation for exploring the dangerous side of the world wide web. His new book is the first comprehensive book on social responsibility on the Internet.

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