I am currently working on an introduction to the sociology of risk and uncertainty and wondering what you feel is most needed. There are already some books out there for example from John Adams, Roy Boyne, Deborah Lupton and recently from Jakob Arnoldi (not to forget my own attempt) but when I prepared my classes to teach an introduction into the subject I always felt that they are not good enough to introduce undergraduate students into the subject. One or the other bit is missing. They are to focused, to biased or have examples not well enough developed. I would very much like to know what your experiences are with teaching or learning about risk and uncertainty. What books you found most helpful (and which not) and what you feel is needed. I am looking forward to all critical comments.