Summer reading list

It sure feels like summer vacation. Eventhough I’ll be working on my thesis research, the SSHRC study, and various papers, I yearn to indulge in summer reading that isn’t research-related. This is what I usually do at the cottage, in between bbq’s and dips in the lake.

For interesting, if not light reading, have a peek at the “Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th and 20th Centuries” list by Human Events, the U.S. conservative weekly. Ever since Rebecca Bloodblogged about it on June 6/05, I’ve been wanting to blog about it. I guess they wouldn’t like my library very much!! Who would ever have thought that Dewey’s Democracy and Education would be included in the top five of such a list, which also listsMein Kampf??


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