Readings


Miscellaneous

  • Rich, Free, and Miserable, by John Brueggemann.
  • The Irrationals, by Julian Havil.
  • Organizing Enlightenment, by Chad Wellmon.
  • The Privacy Advocates, by Colin J. Bennett.
  • Bombs and Bandwidth, Ed. by Robert Latham.
  • The Winds of Freedom, by Gerhard Casper.
  • The Eureka Myth, by Jessica Silbey.
  • American School Reform, by Joseph P. McDonald.
  • The Moral Panics of Sexuality, by Breanne Fahs, Mary L. Dudy and Sarah Stage.
  • Weeds in the Garden of Words, by Kate Burridge.
  • Grape vs. Grain, by Charles Bamforth.
  • Lies, Damned Lies, and Drug War Statistics, by Matthew B.Robinson and Renee G. Scherlen.
  • New Frontiers in the Philosophy of Intellectual Property, by Annabelle Lever.
  • The Enlightenment and the Intellectual Foundations of Modern Culture, by Louis Dupre.
  • Europe 1715 - 1919, by Shirley Elson Roessler and Reny Miklos.
  • Rage Company, by Thomas P. Daly.
  • The Price of Everything, by Eduardo Porter.
  • Wasted: Why Education Isn't Educating, by Frank Furedi.
  • Chasing Daylight, by Eugene OíKelly.
  • Dirty Rotten Strategies, by Ian I. Mitroff and Abraham Silvers.
  • Sing Not War, by James Marten.
  • Out of Bounds, by Jeff Benedict.
  • Sex, Bombs, and Burgers, by Peter Nowak.
  • Taking Shots, by Keith Glass.
  • Complicity in the Holocaust, by Robert P. Ericksen.
  • Wasting Minds, by Ronald A. Wolk.
  • Jerusalem in Medieval Narrative, by Suzanne M. Yeager.
  • The Assumptions Economists Make, by Jonathan Schlefer.
  • Intellectual Character, by Ron Ritchhart.
  • The French Way, by Richard F. Kuisel.
  • X-Rated!, by Marcel Danesi.
  • Milton and the Idea of the Fall, by William Poole.
  • Sex Offender Laws, Ed. by Richard Wright.
  • The Reform of Time, by Richard H. Popkin.
  • Copyright's Paradox, by Neil Weinstock Netanel.
  • Nazi Germany and the Jews: Volume 1, by Saul Friedlander.
  • Why Things Matter to People, by Andrew Sayer.
  • Fred Clarke, by Ronald T. Waldo.
  • Love and Other Technologies, by Dominic Pettman.
  • A Hedonist in the Cellar, by Jay McInerney.
  • A History of Iran, by Michael Axworthy.
  • Humanitarian Reason, by Didier Fassin.
  • Listening in the Silence, Seeing in the Dark, by Ruthann Knechel Johansen.
  • Future Babble, by Dan Gardner.
  • This Is Not a President, by Diane Rubenstein.
  • Brotherhood of Corruption, by Juan Antonio Juarez.
  • Farewell to the Last Golden Era, by Bill Morales.
  • The Bee Eater, by Richard Whitmire.
  • Academically Adrift, by Richard Arum and Josipa Roksa.
  • Defeating Lee, by Lawrence A. Kreiser Jr.
  • The Death Marches, by Daniel Blatman.
  • The Beauty Bias, by Deborah L. Rhode.
  • Conspiracy Rising, by Martha F. Lee.
  • Authors of the Storm, by Gary Alan Fine.
  • Waterloo, by Andrew Roberts.
  • Pretty, Pretty, Pretty Good, by Josh Levine.
  • Freedom, Inc., by Brian M. Carney and Isaac Getz.
  • The Billionaire's Vinegar, by Benjamin Wallace.
  • Among the Truthers, by Jonathan Kay.
  • The Press Effect, by Kathleen Hall Jamieson and Paul Waldman.
  • Outcasts United, by Warren St. John.
  • The Boys of Summer, by Roger Kahn.
  • Explaining Crime, by Hugh D. Barlow and David Kauzlarich.
  • A Season of Night, by Ian McNulty.
  • Elston and Me, by Arlene Howard.
  • Economics as Religion, by Robert H. Nelson.
  • Empire of the Summer Moon, by S. C. Gwynne.
  • Darwinís Conjecture, by Geoffrey M. Hodgson and Thorbjorn Knudsen.
  • Too Simple to Fail, by R. Barker Bausell.
  • How the Economy Works, by Roger E. A. Farmer.
  • Counterinsurgency, by David Kilcullen.
  • Under the March Sun, by Charles Fountain.
  • Lincoln on Trial, by Burrus M. Carnahan.
  • The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin, by Gordon S. Wood.
  • Darwin's Plots, by Gillian Beer.
  • Nothing Less than Victory, by John David Lewis.
  • The Prohibition Hangover, by Garrett Peck.
  • Intellectuals, by Paul Johnson.
  • Army of Shadows, by Hillel Cohen.
  • First Family, by Joseph J. Ellis.
  • The Making of Salem, by Robin Derosa.
  • Bottled and Sold, by Peter H. Gleick.
  • The Global Auction, by Phillip Brown, Hugh Lauder, and David Ashton.
  • The Great Curriculum Debate, Ed. by Tom Loveless.
  • Red Families v. Blue Families, by Naomi Cahn and June Carbone.
  • The Nine, by Jeffrey Toobin.
  • American Swastika, by Pete Simi and Robert Futrell.
  • Safe by a Mile, by Charlie Metro with Tom Altherr.
  • Damn Senators, by Mark Gauvreau Judge.
  • Guns, Democracy, and the Insurrectionist Idea, by Joshua Horwitz and Casey Anderson.
  • Truth Machine, by Michael Lynch, Simon A. Cole, Ruth McNally, and Kathleen Jordan.
  • Women and Authority in Early Modern Spain, by Allyson M. Poska.
  • Last Man Down, by Daniel Paisner, with Daniel Paisner.
  • Identity Crises, by Robert G. Dunn.
  • Who's in Charge of America's Research Universities?, by Thomas J. Tighe.
  • Liberty and Authority in Free Expression Law, by Karla K. Gower.
  • Altered States, by Jeremy Black.
  • God Save the Fan, by Will Leitch.
  • Perspectives on Keynesian Economics, Ed. by Arie Arnon, Jimmy Weinblatt, and Warren Young.
  • The Corporation that Changed the World, by Nick Robins.
  • Modern Love, by David R. Shumway.
  • Storming Heaven, by Jay Stevens.
  • OK, by Allan Metcalf.
  • Corruption and Reform, Ed. by Edward L. Glaeser and Claudia Goldin.
  • The Shiloh Campaign, Ed. by Steven E. Woodworth.
  • The Lincoln Assassination Conspirators, Ed. by Edward Steers, Jr., and Harold Holzer.
  • Fair or Foul, by Christopher S. Kudlac.
  • The General & Mrs. Washington, by Bruce Chadwick.
  • Winning, by Francesco Duina.
  • The Empire Project, by John Darwin.
  • Sex, Power and Consent, by Anastasia Powell.
  • The Unknown Battle of Midway, by Alvin Kernan.
  • Exploring the Sociology of Europe, by Maurice Roche.
  • The Flight of the Century, by Thomas Kessner.
  • The Secrets of Happily Married Men, by Scott Haltzman.
  • Built to Serve, by Dan Sanders.
  • Blundering Leadership, by Tamara Arnott and Gayla Holmgren-Hoeller.
  • Socrates and Jesus, by Michael E. Hattersley.
  • Liberating Learning, by Terry M. Moe and John E. Chubb.
  • Constitutional Illusions and Anchoring Truths, by Hadley Arkes.
  • Jerusalem, by Roberto Mazza.
  • Conscience and Community, by Daniel Stoljar.
  • No University Is an Island, by Cary Nelson.
  • The Soul in the Brain, by Michael R. Trimble.



























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