• How do they support the argument? (ie. engaging with theoretical debates,

Select and read one of the following books:• Wendy Brown. 2019. In the Ruins of Neoliberalism: The Rise of Antidemocratic Politics in the West. New York: Columbia University Press.• Rauna Kuokkanen. 2019. Restructuring Relations: Indigenous Self- determination, Governance and Gender. Oxford: Oxford University Press.• Fintan O’Toole. 2018. Heroic Failure: Brexit and the Politics of Pain. London: Head of Zeus.• Anita von Schnitzler. 2016. Democracy’s Infrastructure: Techno-politics After Apartheid. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. No independent research is required for this assignment. Your book review should show substantive engagement with four assigned course readings that we will have read and discussed before this assignment due date. This paper will be five pages double- spaced, which is approximately 1250 words. The book review will be evaluated based on the grading rubric provided in this syllabus and your responses to the following questions:• What is the author’s central argument in the book?• How do they support the argument? (ie. engaging with theoretical debates,institutional history, jurisprudence, a transnational political movement, etc.)• What is your main criticism of this book?• What contribution does the book make to understanding globalization and worldorders today?• Rinaldo Walcott. 2021. The Long Emancipation: Moving Toward Black Freedom. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.