Lit that's "good to think with"

Itching for a good read? Some Duke faculty members are recommending critical, eye-opening works for the Center of International Studies' Inaugural Reading List 2009—based off the theme of works that are "good to think with."

Some literature making the list includes Connie Rice's "Rethinking the National Interest" (recommended by Professor of Political Science Peter Feaver), John Howard Yoder's "The Politics of Jesus" (Dean of the Chapel Sam Wells) and the documentary episode "Bridge to Freedom" (Judith Kelley, professor of political science and public policy).

Faculty members will continue posting their recommendations over the next few months. Here's to a great conversation starter during office hours.

Click here for the current list.


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