Thursday, November 18, 2004

Books I would read if I had nine lives:

The Well-Educated Mind: A Guide to the Classical Education You Never Had by Susan Wise Bauer

History of Reading in the West by Chartier and Cavallo

Conspicuous criticism : tradition, the individual, and culture in American social thought, from Veblen to Mills by Christopher Shannon (more)

Time in History: Views of Time from Prehistory to the Present Dayby G.J. Whitrow

Rome Is Love Spelled Backward: Enjoying Art and Architecture in the Eternal Cityby Judith Anne Testa

Public Life in Renaissance Florence

Taboo, Truth, and Religion: Selected Writings (Methodology and History in Anthropology , Vol 2) by Steiner et al.

Medieval Civilization, 400-1500 by Jacques Le Goff

Missing Persons: A Critique of the Social Sciences (Wildavsky Forum , No 1)
by Mary Douglas

Is the Market Moral?: A Dialogue on Religion, Economics, and Justice (The Pew Forum Dialogues on Religion and Public Life) by Rebecca M. Blank and William McGurn (
also: The Mind and the Market)

Anthropology of Media (Blackwell reader) by Askew et al.

The National Gallery of Canada: Ideas, Art, Architecture by Douglas Ord

Source Book of American Architecture: 500 Notable Buildings from the 10th Century to Present by G.E. Kidder Smith

You Have to Pay for the Public Life: Selected Essays of Charles W. Moore

Utopia and Reality: Modernity in Sweden 1900-1960 by Windenheim and Rudberg

• Amazon list: Reformation Theology

The Greatest Stories Never Told by Rick Beyer

• Amazon list: books on Indiana

History of Listening
Intro to Italian Poetry
Literary Book of Economics
Simpsons and Society
Writing Material : Readings from Plato to the Digital Age

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