Summer Reading, 2009

I recently found this in an old file…



Annping Chin, The Authentic Confucius: A Life of Thought and Politics
David Hinton, Selected Poems of Wang Wei
D.C. Lau, trans. Mencius
Andrew Plaks, trans., Chung Yung
Ivan Morris, Madly Singing in the Mountains: An Appreciation and Anthology of Arthur Waley
Stephen Ruppenthal, The Path of Direct Awakening
Simon Winchester, The Man Who Loved China
Mao Zedong, Little Red Book


Noam Chomsky, American Power and the New Mandarins
Noam Chomsky, What We Say Goes: Conversations on U.S. Power in a Changing World–Interviews with David Barsamian
Donaldo Macedo, ed., Chomsky on Mis-Education
Peter Mitchell and John Schoeffel, eds., Understanding Power: The Indispensable Chomsky
Assaf Khoury, ed. Inside Lebanon: Journey to a Shattered Land with Noam and Carol Chomsky


Alfie Kohn, What Does It Mean to be Well Educated? And More Essays on Standards, Grading, and Other Follies
Natalie Goldberg, Old Friend from Far Away
William James, Talks to Teachers
Colman McCarthy, I‘d Rather Teach Peace
Herbert Spencer, Education
Suzanne C. Toton, Justice Education: From Service to Solidarity

Bertolt Brecht, Mother Courage
Heinrich Heine, Songs of Love and Grief
Thomas Mann, Death in Venice

Joan V. Bondurant, Conquest of Violence: The Gandhian Philosophy of Conflict
Eknath Easwaran, Conquest of Mind
Eknath Easwaran, trans. Dhammapada
Eknath Easwaran, The End of Sorrow: The Bhagavad Gita for Daly Living, v. 1
Eknath Easwaran, With My Love & Blessings
Mohandas Gandhi, Constructive Programme
Mohandas Gandhi, For Pacifists
Mohandas Gandhi, Hind Swaraj


Olivier Besancenot & Michael Löwy, Che Guevara: His Revolutionary Legacy
Pedro Casaldaliga, Prophets in Combat
Pedro Casaldaliga, I Believe in Justice and Hope
Pedro Casaldaliga & Jose María Vigil, Political Holiness
Pedro Casaldaliga, In Pursuit of the Kingdom
Enrique Dussel, History and the Theology of Liberation
Enrique Dussel, Philosophy of Liberation
Enrique Dussel, Ethics and the Theology of Liberation
Eduardo Galeano, The Book of Embraces
Eduardo Galeano, We Say No: Chronicles 1963-1991
Che Guevara, Che Guevara Talks to Youth
Marc Zimmerman, Nicaragua in Reconstruction and at War: The People Speak
Mark Zimmerman, Nicaragua in Revolution: The Poets Speak


Uri Avnery, Israel’s Vicious Circle:Ten years of Writings on Israel and Palestine
Guy Davenport, The Logia of Yeshua
Jeff Halper, An Israeli in Palestine: Resisting Dispossession, Redeeming Israel
Jeff Halper, Obstacles to Peace:A Re-Framing of the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
Rashid Khalidi, The Iron Cage: The Story of the Palestinian Struggle for Statehood
Michael Ratner, The Trial of Donald Rumsfeld: A Prosecution by Book
Edward Said and Jean Mohr, After the Last Sky: Palestinian Lives


King Lear
Titus Andronicus
Timon of Athens
A.C. Bradley, Shakespearean Tragedy
Marjorie Garber, Shakespeare after All


Dave Albert, People Power: Applying Nonviolence Theory
Saul Alinsky, Professional Radical
Saul Alinksy, Reveille for Radicals
Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals
Robert Coles, The Call to Service
Ram Dass and Paul Gorman, How Can I Help: Stories and Reflections on Service
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Open Eye, Open Heart
Philip Lopate, Notes on Sontag
George Steiner, At the New Yorker


Douglas Allen & Ngo Vinh Long, Coming to Terms: Indochina, the United States, and the War
John Balaban, trans., Spring Essence: The Poetry of Ho Xuân Huong
Lady Borton, Sensing the Enemy: An American Woman among the Boat People of Vietnam
Mark Philip Bradley, Vietnam at War
Ho Chi Minh, Down with Colonialism!
Betty Jean Lifton & Tom Fox, Children of Vietnam
Robert Lifton, Home from the War: Learning from Vietnam Veterans

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