I get a lot of people asking me for reading recommendations or what I’m up to in school, so I figure a virtual reading list will suffice. Plus, sharing with y’all the texts that shape my opinions offers a unique brand of transparency. Some are hyperlinked to my notes via Google Docs. Enjoy!

  • The Googlization of Everything. Siva Vaidhyanathan. Right now!

  • Speaker of the Dead. Orson Scott Card. Right now! 

  • The Chalice & the Blade. Rian Eisler. Right now! 

  • Digital Sensations. Ken Hillis. Right now! 

  • The Constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act: Ideas From the Academy.Volume 75, Number 3 (2012).

  • Party Wars: Polarization and the Politics of National Policy Making. Barbara Sinclair. 

  • Cognitive Enhancement: Ethical and Policy Implications in International Perspectives. Notes.

  • The constitutional separation of powers between the president and congress. Walter Dellinger. Notes.

  • Accumulation of Biocultural Capital. Andy Miah. Notes.

  • Is Enhancement Worthy of Being A Right? Patrick Hopkins. Notes.

  • Performance Enhancement and Legal Theory. Micheal Shapiro. Notes.

  • Inequality Matters: the Growing Economic Divide in America and Its Poisonous Consequences.

  • Greece, Austerity, Brexit and Europe’s other darlings. Mark Blyth. Notes.

  • The Disappearing Center. Alan Abramowitz.

  • Our Blood: Prophecies and discourses on sexual politics. Andrea Dworkin. Notes.

  • Democracy’s Third Wave. Samuel P Huntington. Notes.

  • Facing Up to the Democratic Recession. Larry Diamond. Notes.


  • Free Culture. Lawrence Lessig.

  • Freedom of Expression. Kembrew McLeod.

  • The Gift: Imagination and the Erotic Life of Property. Lewis Hyde.

  • Perspective on Plagarism and Intellectual Property in a Postmodern World. Alice Roy, Lise Buranen.

  • Republic Lost. Lawrence Lessig.

  • Right-Ring Women. Andrea Dworkin.

  • The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the Birth of American Empire. Stephen Kinzer.

  • The Wealth of Nations. Adam Smith.

  • Winner-Take-All-Politics. Jacob Hacker and Paul Pierson.

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