What SPEA Is Reading, Part 2

 

Faculty and others associated with SPEA continue to tell me what they are reading this summer.  Here are the latest revelations:

Alexander Alexeev:

Khrushchev Lied, by Grover Furr

Daniel Grundmann:

Sound-Bite Saboteurs: Public Discourse, Education, and the State of Democratic Deliberation, by Bill Lyons, Julie Drew, and Lance Svehla

Ron Hites:

John Sandford’s Prey novels (IU Libraries own 6 of the 23 titles in the series.)

Bob Kravchuk:

The Volatility Machine:  Emerging Economics and the Threat of Financial Collapse, by Michael Pettis

The Great Rebalancing:  Trade, Conflict, and the Perilous Road Ahead for the World Economy, by Michael Pettis

Endgame:  The End of the Debt Supercycle and How it Changes Everything, by John Mauldin and Jonathan Tepper

Donald Petkus:

The Imperial Cruise:  A Secret history of Empire and War, by James Bradley

Maureen Pirog:

The Way to Paradise, by Mario Vargas Llosa

Now you know what SPEA is reading.  What are you reading this summer?

 

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