Reading Lists

Went by the local used bookstore tonight, and picked up a few things to read this summer.

Heilbroner's The Worldly Philosophers. This was my introduction to economic theory many years ago, but I haven't re-read it since I was a teenager.

Wippel and Wotler, O.F.M. Medieval Philosophy. I don't expect surprises in this volume, but it'll be interesting to read another perspective of the topic in summary.

Lupack, Alan and Barbara, eds. Arthurian Literature by Women. I bought this one because it was mostly Medieval and 19th century, but there is a substantial section of 20th century contributions.


douglas said...

Tangential to the topic- I heard today that Carly Fiorina majored in Medieval History at Stanford. Interesting.

Grim said...

Wow, really? That's outstanding.

Joel Leggett said...

You might enjoy this book as well: "The Edge of the World: A Cultural History of the North Sea and the Transformation of Europe"

Grim said...

Thank you, Joel. I'll add it to my list.