Friday, May 1, 2009

currently reading

A couple of people asked me this week what I am currently reading (or rereading). Here is a list:
Orhan Pamuk Istanbul
Orham Panuk Other Colours
James Galbraith (2009) The Predator State: How Conservatives abandoned the free market and why liberals should too
Sheldon Wolin (2008) Democracy Inc; Managed Democracy and the specter of Inverted totalitarianism
Herve Kempf (2009) How the rich are destroying the earth
John Berger (2007) Hold Everything Dear Dispatches on Survival and Resistance
Pierre Bourdieu (1999) The Weight of the World: Social Suffering in Contemporary Society
James Speth (2008) The Bridge at the Edge of the World: Capitalism, the Environment and crossing from crises to sustainability
Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartman (2009) Legacy of Secrecy: The long Shadow of the JFK Assassination
Harvey Braodbent (2009) Gallipoli
Warwick Funnell (20009) In Government we trust: Market Failure and the Delusions of Privatization
William Hitchcock (2009) Liberation: The Bitter Road to Freedom: Europe 1944-1945
Artciles by Chris Hedges on Truth Dig (www.truthdig)
David Harvey (2005) A brief History of Neoliberalism
Judith Wright The Collected Poems
Anne Whiston Spirn (2008) Daring to Look Dorothea Lange's photographs and Reports from the Field

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