Deirdre McCloskey's new book, Bourgeois Dignity has been released by U of Chicago Press. This is the second volume of a now proposed 6 volume work that McCloskey has undertaken.
Here she is discussing the work recently at the University of Richmond.
Many years ago I reviewed her How to Be Human, Though an Economist. I concluded that review with words that continue to right true to me about McCloskey's overwhelming achievement as a person, an intellectual and as a scholar of economics, history, politics, and social philosophy.
"Praise is due to Deirdre McCloskey for the work she has done and continues to do on behalf of reinvigorating the scholarly vocation in economics. She is a bold and courageous individual, a champion of intellectual integrity and effective communication, and–it just so happens–a damn good economist, historian, and social philosopher."